May 12, 2010

Vic Mahfood

Coin Crazy

COST: 99 cents
CATEGORIES: Education, Elementary School, Entertainment, Games, Math, Native
..UPDATED: 5/12/10, VERSION: 3.2.3 -- RATING: 4 Stars..

Developer Snapshot: "Coin Crazy makes it fun for kids to learn how to count change!"

Counting change and recognizing the various coins can be a daunting task for many kids. There are so many different coins in our monetary system, and putting all the different denominations together can be difficult. Yet you have to learn to do this accurately in Elementary School. Coin Crazy is the perfect helper that is fun and educational at the same time, thus practically guaranteeing your kids will learn quickly. You certainly won't hear your kids complaining about learning math while they are playing this game. Some of the fun features of Coin Crazy are:

  • Each game lasts 60 second!
  • Five random Quarters, Dimes, Nickels and Pennies are displayed along with 8 answers. Pick the correct answer so you can move on to the next round!
  • Get 10 points for each correct answer and a 5 second penalty for a wrong answer.
  • Game keeps track of the number of games played and the current high score.
It's simple to work through this app. Neat, clean graphics are perfect for learning. Give your kids a head start on mastering their knowledge of coins and let Coin Crazy help them with their homework assignments. It's never too early to know your money.

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires OS 2.2.1 or later. OS 3.0 Tested. Rated 4+.
--Device: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
--Languages: English
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