For children 5-8, your kids will love freeing the Wuzzits while painlessly strengthening their ability to think mathematically. You may be surprised at how sophisticated your little ones' critical thinking and problem-solving skills can be when they experience math the Wuzzit way!
Backed by control group research, Wuzzit Trouble Math Jr develops critical thinking, problem-solving skills and number sense essential to 21st century success!
Parents and teachers around the world are helping children develop their number sense, problem solving and creative and critical thinking skills using Wuzzit Trouble.
Aligned to the Common Core, Wuzzit Trouble is designed from the ground up to specifically develop players’ ability to think mathematically, using creative, critical and problem-solving skills to develop strategies to solve each puzzle. By playing Wuzzit Trouble, you’ll “play” math for the very first time!
In Wuzzit Trouble, your job is to free the lovable Wuzzits from the traps they’ve inadvertently wandered into inside the castle. Use your problem-solving and critical thinking skills to unlock the Wuzzits’ cages by gathering keys. Along the way you can also give the Wuzzits treats and collect special items from each of the rooms you explore.
*Fun for everyone in the family to play
*Designed to develop mathematical conceptual, problem-solving and creative thinking skills relevant to success in the 21st century
*75 different puzzles and three different star ratings per puzzle
*Innovative gear-based gameplay
*Lovable new characters
*Special collectibles to store in your Trophy Room
*No third-party advertising
*No in-app purchases
Learn more at www.brainquake.com!
*Fixed shader bug from iOS 9 update
Ratings and Reviews
Solid conceptual learning
I’m a former math teacher, professor in a school of Education, and work for a leading assessment company. Wuzzit trouble is one of the best games I’ve seen that is actually fun but also teaches the Number sense kids need to understand math. Patterns are everything in mathematics so the entire Brainquake suite of products comes highly recommended in this house! (2 toddlers!)
Very nice game
Unlike most math games for kids this one is actually good. The dots and cog teeth are a bit small on an iPhone 6 but still works for my 6 year old. Play on an iPad if possible.
My 5 year old wanted a video game!
So I complied with this one- she loves it!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.