|The Fun Way to Learn Algebra - FREE - Hands-On Equations 1 Lite by Hands On Equations|
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Current version: 1.4
Release date: 2012-08-07
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|Teach your children the joys of learning algebra with Hands-On Equations 1 Lite – the fun, FREE algebra app for children as young as eight! |
Algebra can be a tricky subject to master but with the help of Hands-On Equations 1 Lite, equations like 4x+2=3x+9 become child’s play! The app takes advantage of the iPad’s visual and touch features to demystify complex algebraic concepts.
The original Hands-On Equations program, using physical game pieces, has already helped more than a million students gain confidence with algebra. Now that same, proven method is available virtually in the palm of your hand__ for FREE!
A short, helpful introductory video by Dr. Borenson, the inventor of Hands-On Equations, assures and encourages young students that algebra is fun and easy to master.
This FREE app gives students a taste of the same in-depth algebraic experience they will have with the paid version of Hands-On Equations 1.
The app works like this –
•The unknown X variable is represented by a blue pawn on the iPad screen while the constants are represented by number cubes.
•The game pieces can be moved by the player and placed on a balance scale to represent the two sides of the equation.
•The student simplifies the equation by moving the game pieces to solve for the unknown X.
•The student resets the problem to conduct the check.
•Simple touch features are used to move the pieces around.
•An expert instructional video is included
•An intuitive user interface makes the app easy to use.
Hands-On Equations 1 Lite is perfect for introducing algebra to kids (or adults) in an entertaining and fun way. The app will boost their self-esteem and give them the confidence to take on even more complicated equations! Download the FREE app today and see how much fun and how easy algebra can be!
For more information on Hands-On Equations, visit http://www.borenson.com.
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