Doodle Maths / English

Doodle Maths / English

My 9 year old son has just starting using these and so far, he’s doing really well.  The apps work well on his iPad and they seem quite engaging.  Once you’ve logged in, there is a short assessment so the program can analyse the level your child is at and provide the right level work for them.  It then gives a new set of questions each week and then provides him with ‘7 a day’ questions to reinforce what he has learnt.  There’s a couple of games he can play on each one too.

With DoodleMaths, you also get DoodleMultiply and with DoodleEnglish, you get DoodleSpell.  On top of this, there is a parent app called DoodleConnect where you can track their progress and see how they are improving.  After the initial assessment, your child is given a Doodle age which the level that the program thinks your child is at. My son is enjoying it, he collects stars as he completes questions and then you can use the stars to ‘buy’ parts for your robot. Designing and building his robot has been a big motivator for earning stars.

You can monitor how their Doodle age improves on the DoodleConnect app.  It goes up to Year 9 in Maths and Year 6 in English. Just Doodle Maths is £12.99/month as is just Doodle English, however if you buy a subscription for them both is costs £16.99/month.

  • 5-7 years | 8-10 years | 10-12 years | 12+ years
  • https://www.doodlelearning.com/
  • £12.99/month each or £16.99 for Maths & English
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Conquer Maths

Conquer Maths

My 11 year son has been using Conquermaths for three months and has already worked his way through the Year 6 syllabus.  He does around 3-4 hours a week broken into small sections.  The website works really well and has videos that explain the topic and then questions for the child to answer to make sure they understand.  As a parent, you can get weekly reports to keep track of what your child has been doing and many other features too.  This is the first online program that my son has actively engaged with that hasn’t led to him having his ‘maths face’ as we call it!!  If you have a problem or a question then the team at Conquermaths are really quick to reply. They have family plans for payment so it gets cheaper with more children. It starts at £19/month one child, £32/month two children etc but is cheaper if you pay for an annual subscription.

  • 8-10 years | 10-12 years | 12+ years
  • https://conquermaths.com/
  • cost varies depending on how many children and if you pay monthly/annually
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