***THIS IS THE LITE VERSION OF THE GAME AND CONTAINS ADS***
Tens Frame Snap is an educational card game aimed at early primary aged children.
The object of the game is similar to the game of snap in that children must "snap" pairs of cards, however, unlike normal snap, the cards used are tens-frame cards,
There are three (3) separate modes, each with sub-modes. Each of these game types are available in both Single-Player and Multi-player:
The first mode is Pairs. This plays the same as a regular game of snap, where children must snap if the two cards on the table have the same value. The sub-modes for pairs determine what range of cards will be available.
The second mode is Add. In this mode the children must snap when the two cards on the table add up to the given value. The two sub-modes determine what number children must add up to.
The third mode is Difference. In this mode children must snap when the two cards on the table have a difference that equals the given value. The sub-modes determine what the given value is, three of them being set, and the fourth being random.
The game also gives you the options of customising what cards are available. This way you can change the possible patterns that the children will need to decipher. You can then save your favourite deck layouts to save them for later use.
For the paid version we hope to soon add the ability to upload/download these layouts from an online server, so that you will be able to share your favourite deck layouts with others around the world, and also won't have to manually input deck layouts across multiple devices.
This game has been tested on iPhone 3gs and iPod Touch 4 and will run on these systems, however it can lag in some menus, and so later systems are recommended.
Updated to support iOS 11.
Ratings and Reviews
Great maths game using ten frames and visualising as a basis for recognising quantities, adding and calculating difference (subtraction). The game can be played with one or two players. One of the best features of the game is the range of options. You can select the style of dot arrangements and numbers to increase/decrease the complexity of the game. The addition and subtraction options are also very useful.
The update is a good improvement for the one player version.
Great for kids
Love the ten frames and pace of the app. The kids love it and are eager to win. Good use of visuals. Heaps of fun while learning!!
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.