Thursday, January 3, 2013

Speed! is in the iPad App Store


I'm so excited this day has finally arrived.


To find Speed! in the App Store switch the category to education and then search on

  • Speed, math
  • Speed, highhill
  • Speed, multiplication

Then download it and have fun playing!

Speed! makes skip-counting loads of fun, and mastery of skip-counting makes multiplication easy. Compete against the computer to be the first to get rid of your cards, but watch-out...... if the number in the middle is the same you must be fast to tap the Speed! button, otherwise you will get all the played cards added to your stack.

Skip-count by 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 7's, 8's and 9's. Begin as a Trainee and advance to Legend. With five levels to pick from and eight numbers to skip-count this game will keep you entertained for hours.

The Lite version is free and contains the Two Speed deck of cards at all levels while the Full version costs only 99 cents and contains card decks Two Speed through Nine Speed.

Speed! is an educational app for all ages that is a lot of fun to play.

The physical version Speed! is available at Amazon.








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17 comments:

  1. My daughter shrieked with delight and started jumping up and down when I told her that Speed was an iPad app now. :-) I'm heading to download it right now!

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  2. I downloaded it last night and had fun playing it, I can only managed the hotshot level, man Ace is fast:) Kids are going to play it Monday. Congrats to you both for making it happen!!!

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    1. I can do well on Trainee, Rookie and Hotshot. Ace and Legend are too fast for me. I told my husband he should slow them down a bit and he said I should practice more. Him, his mother and my daughter can beat those levels. - I'm glad you liked it! What did the kids think? I think it's fun for adults too.

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  3. Thanks, I have been looking for some new classroom apps. Will head over to the app store now and check it out! Hope your sister is well!

    ~Traci
    The Bender Bunch

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  4. Now that is a winner! Going to download right now.

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  5. Thanks for posting at love2learn2day. I look forward to trying this! :)
    Cindy

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  6. I'm heading over to the App Store to check this out. I love educational apps for my kids :0)

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  7. Awesome! I'm very happy for you =) I don't have an ipad or anything like that, or else I'm sure I'd get it! Thanks for sharing your resource with us at Trivium Tuesdays!

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  8. I don't have a iPad so I can't play it on there, but we love the card game. You should put a link in the post directly to the app at the store because I know others would be interested in trying it out!

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    1. I did it. Thanks for point out the obvious. I should have added the link a long time ago.......

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  9. Thank you for linking up this week at my Thursday's Tech Tips for Teachers and showing my follower such a terrific tip!
    ~Fern
    Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas!
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  10. Are you going to get the app for Android? I would love to have it for my girls

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  11. This app looks like a lot of fun. My 4th graders always need lots of multiplication practice and I'm sure they would love this. Thanks for linking up with us.:)

    Kristin
    iTeach 1:1

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  12. My daughter loves this game so much that I've decided to make a review in my math blog (it's in Spanish).
    Do you mind me to use some of your pictures in the review?

    On the other hand, I'm happy to know that you are planning an Android version. Apple is too expensive in Europe, so most people uses Android devices.

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