DS #4425: Learn Math (USA)

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Nov 16, 2009

DS #4425: Learn Math (USA) by dice at 3:35 PM (1,859 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. dice
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  2. Don't even bother buying this for your kids. Just give them a PC program that atleast did some research on how children learn this kinda stuff the best. thats not on a ds
     
  3. Hachibei

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    Or, you know, just teach your kids yourself. That's not too difficult, is it?
     
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  5. Blue Zoidberg

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    Blasphemy!
    Embrace the electronic revolution! Don't touch your children or teach them, let the Computer do it!
     
  6. Rayder

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    I remember as a kid (25+ years ago) I had a couple of these calculator type math learning gadgets. One was called Quiz Kid and the other was called Mr. Professor....or L'il Professor or something like that. I thought the Quiz Kid one was the better unit, but the L'il Professor one was more popular. The Quiz Kid used to eat batteries quickly too.

    I rem in early grade-school, I was fascinated when we learned long division. I'd actually go home and make up my own problems to figure out.

    These kinds of programs on the DS though.....they're probably the most dreaded carts a kid can receive. You know, they ask for Phantasy Star Zero or something similar and get an educational game instead. Gah!
     
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    tell yer kid improve your grades or you only buy em boring crap like this
     
  8. Trademark3001

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    I have been waiting for this one!!!.....*rolls eyes followed by a facepalm* wow i hope this rots in hell with the other brain training crap!
     
  9. ifenix

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    I´d tested it.
    It´s in Spanish too.
     
  10. GameWinner

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    i have an F in math ._.
     
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    "No mom, I'm not playing videogames, I'm studying math."
     
  12. Anj

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    Does this come with a calculator? [​IMG]
    Just in time for Christmas. What every kid will want instead of rock band for DS [​IMG]
     
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    it does seem like a good way to encourage some very young kids to study through games and make it more fun but how well do these game do? its questionable but definitely people (kids) will buy this game
    it's better than wasting time with games
     

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