Educational Apps | Times Tables: Squeebles Multiplication
Whizz needs help! The Math Monster has locked up all the Squeebles and you will be the hero! Just keep working through those times tables and every time you complete a session you free one of them! Bright colorful squeebles and a very colorful monster will energize you!
Your scores will be saved if you need to stop and you can pick 3 other players to help get the Squeebles free! Earn medals, trophies, background themes and much more.
Don’t Let the Monster Throw you – Just Focus!
Free a Squeeble!
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This app is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
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Meet The Developer!
What was the initial inspiration for Squeebles TT?
When my daughter was starting to learn her times tables at school I looked for apps to help her practice, but I couldn’t find anything that I thought would be really fun and interactive for a child of her age. So, I decided to create an app myself to help her learn which incorporated the things I felt children liked – cute characters, a bad guy (the Maths Monster), a strong reward system and a fun storyline. Both my children helped come up with ideas for the Squeebles characters, which they really enjoyed.
What is your favorite aspect of your app?
I think my favourite aspect is the way the app is always encouraging to children, whatever their level of ability. Having watched my own children extensively when using educational apps I am very aware that if a child gets frustrated or feels criticized they will very quickly lose interest. I also really like the Squeebles characters with their individual personalities – children respond really well to them and want to unlock more and more, so they keep playing.
Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?
The one thing I’d really like to say to anyone using educational apps to help with their children’s learning is to get in touch with the developers if you have any feedback, positive or negative. Many of the improvements I’ve made to my apps have been because parents or teachers have written to me with suggestions. Likewise, if you have a problem with an app, contact the developers and ask for their help. Most people developing apps for kids are doing so because they’re passionate about children’s education and many are parents themselves, so they will want to help. ~ Ian