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Mischievous elves have kidnapped the Tree Queen, and she can only be rescued if you, her best mathematician, unlock the charms that are keeping her hidden. Kids 6-8 use early elementary math facts, solve word problems, and stretch their imaginations and vocabularies in a quirky tree house castle full of surprises and kid-friendly humor.
With thousands of possible combinations, kids can play again and again without encountering the same game twice.
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This is a fantastic and creative choose-your-own-adventure game in which you must navigate through a variety of math challenges (rec. for ages 6-8) to ultimately save the Queen. There are plenty of non-math choices to determine the course of your adventure, meaning you'll likely never have the same adventure twice. (Really well designed!) My 4.5-year-old can't do all the math yet, but she begs to do this adventure together every evening. Pro tip: if you need more time to solve a problem, just ask Alexa to "repeat". Otherwise, she will time out, thinking that the game has been abandoned.
This is the most engaging and cool thing! There are sound effects and fun surprises wrapped into an adventure in the queen's castle, richly described. As the mathematician, the child solves simple math problems to work through the adventure. The child also chooses directions and options along the way. This has to be th most enchanting skill on Alexa!
My 7 year old daughter just loved this Alexa skill! She hasn't yet been introduced to the "choose your own adventure" genre that I loved so much as a kid. We enjoyed the mix of math, fun and storytelling which keeps my daughter both engaged and attentive. Her only request - ducks. Weird, I know, but that's our life.
Really enjoyed this game. It's a combination of choose-your-own-adventure and math skills. I played it initially on my own and then later with a 7 year old (who then wanted to play again). The story follows you, a mathematician, as you attempt to save your queen from crafty elves. Making decisions as you go, you find your way through a rich environment, passing mathematical barriers in an effort to rescue the queen. Really well done, with good replay-ability thanks to the variety of paths and the randomization of the puzzles. The story is told very well, and the sound effects are perfect (this skill makes excellent use of Alexa's voice, adding inflection and tones that I haven't heard before). We actually turned the lights out for the second playing and the experience was even better. Very enjoyable - I highly recommend it.
This Alexa skill is a lot of fun! Not only are you challenged with math problems, there is a lot of fun descriptive language. Seriously, who doesn't like to lollygag and bee bop across a room or wear a clown nose for a month? I haven't been between the ages of 6-8 in a very long time, but if I were, I would want to try every combination and solve every problem. Thank you, Miracle Tonic, for a fun way to master math skills while giggling.
A creative and fun game that requires the kids to solve math problems to proceed through a magical castle and save the Queen. My 7 year old son really loved the game, and the math challenges were great for this age group. He had so much fun listening to the narration and the amusing comments after answering questions correctly that I don’t think he realized he was doing math! The story is really creative and captivating for young imaginations.