Introducing Math Buddy Question of the Day App for Android Tablets and Smart Phones

Introducing Math Buddy Question of the Day App for Android Tablets and Smart Phones

Tired of Math Buddy “Question of the Day” mails filling up your mailbox?

Now you can answer Question of the Day directly from any android smart phones or tablets using the Math Buddy Question of the Day app for Android platform.


  • Answer the questions right from your phone or tablet anytime, anywhere
  • Access questions for all grades (1 to 8) from a simple to use interface
  • Track your performance and see overall statistics.

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Introducing Math Buddy Composite Score

Introducing Math Buddy Composite Score

As you all know, Math Buddy has been designed to be a complete system to learn math concepts through activities, get lots of practice through interactive smart sheets, and an assessment database with which teachers can create instant worksheets or assessments. Teachers can assign any of these to students and monitor their performance in real-time. There is also a question of the day published every day to make students think.

Many a times, we have noticed students spending many hours playing with activities in order to get their name on to the wall of fame or ensuring that their name stays on the top week after week. While this is a wonderful to see, students will get the real benefit of Math Buddy if they use all the different features instead of playing only with activities that are easy to score points from.

We are happy to introduce Math Buddy Composite Score, which has been designed to reward students that utilize all the features of Math Buddy. Students can score points from activities, smart-sheets, assessments and by answering the daily Question of the day.

How does this work?

  • Composite score is calculated by giving a weightage of 40% for activities, 40% for smart-sheets/assessments and the remaining 20% for answering the daily Question of the day.
  • In order to ensure that students do not keep playing with the same activity, a maximum limit of 1000 points has been imposed for each activity in a 7 day period. This means that if a student scores 5000 points in an activity over the last 7 days, only 1000 points will be taken for calculating the composite score.
  • Scores of smart sheets and assessments will be multiplied by 10 while calculating the composite score.
  • Each correct answer for the daily Question of the Day will get 50 points to the student.

We believe this will encourage the students to get maximum benefit out of Math Buddy by utilizing all the available features.

As always, we are happy to hear your feedback and ideas. Please share your thoughts by writing to


The Math Buddy Team

Latest updates @ Math Buddy

Latest updates @ Math Buddy

Change is the only constant thing. Yes, we thoroughly believe in that. The team at Math Buddy is constantly engaged in developing new features that facilitate the students and teachers according to their needs.

The latest features are aimed at providing even more flexibility to the teachers and help them assign activities, smart sheets or assessments according to the needs of individual students.

  • The new feature “Assign to selected students” can be a boon for teachers when they want to assign different items to different types of students according to their level of understanding. Teachers can assign basic activities, smart sheets and assessments to weaker students to bring them up to the level of the rest of the class and assign more challenging items to brighter students to keep them motivated and challenged. In a way, this feature enables a fair chance of competition to students.
  • For those teachers who are teaching multiple classrooms in the same grade, you have the ability to select students across multiple classes from a single screen, saving a lot of your valuable time. Isn’t that wonderful?
  • Teachers can add or remove students anytime for any of the assigned activities, worksheets or assessments.

We hope these enhancements will make Math Buddy even more useful for teachers. As always, we look forward to your suggestions and will be happy to hear from you anytime.

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Team Math Buddy

Visual Math Learning

Visual Math Learning

visual Math learning happens to be among the most complex subjects for majority of students in schools. Understanding the logic and fundamental concepts seems like an uphill task for these students. Even the students who seem to enjoy mathematics in primary grades begin developing some kind of an aversion towards Math as they get to higher classes. One of the possible reasons for this could be that the concepts become more complex at higher levels of education and learning with understanding becomes more challenging for many students.

With technology, visualizing such concepts and understanding them has become much easier. There are several visual and interactive technologies that not only help in understanding the fundamentals of math, but also enhance the interest of children to a great extent. When children are able to visualize and understand the concepts, there is no reason to have any fear or hatred for mathematics. Children then start to enjoy learning math.

Our objective with visual Math Buddy has been to create visual interactive tools that help teachers to illustrate mathematics concepts in the classroom and for students to visualize and understand the concepts better. There are over 1000 interactive activities and manipulatives covering all the topics from grades 1 to 8 to help enhance math skills in children. In addition to activities, there are also smart sheets and ability to create customized assessments to help children practice math concepts.

The biggest advantage of learning with Math Buddy is to help your kid learn math with understanding and practice math concepts while having some fun.

So let us start enjoying math.

Get rid of the thought that math is a monster.

Hit the math, just do it.


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Tablets have captured the imagination of customers. It is one of the most popular products in the market these days and has taken portable computing technology to new heights. Tablets have indeed become one of the best selling gadgets of all time in the shortest period.

A Tablet offers most of the advantages of the notebook PCs used in the classroom and some more. They in fact have become a tool on the other side of the desk as a way for teachers to use multimedia content as a learning aide in a classroom. According to recent trends in education, Tablet has a lot to offer in the context of student behavior. Let us explore some of the ways tablets can impact the way students learn.

  • Tablets can add a lot of power to textbooks – Tablet can offer a better look for books in the form of ebooks with additional features of audio and video. For example, look at the picture of Martin Luther King, Jr. and hear his “I Have a Dream” speech. The result is a wonderful integrated learning experience. That’s the power of technology. Also, reading through ebooks through tablet can save so much of paper and in turn trees. It has recently been announced that by 2015, South Korean students will replace textbooks with tablets.
  • Tablets fit students’ lifestyle – They’re lightweight and thin, carrying them is so easy. Tablets allow students to listen to previous lectures or lessons that they have missed, highlight text, take notes in the margin and a complete access to dictionary. Tablets match almost everything that a traditional classroom offers.
  • Availability and content readiness – Tablet manufacturers are mushrooming everywhere. There are so many options available in the market now with varied prices and features. Increased competition will drive the prices down in the near future. In addition, content developers are scrambling to adapt their content for the tablet platform. Over the coming years, expect to see more and more tablets popping up in the schools.
  • Mobile tablet trolleys – Some schools have started using mobile tablet trolleys with 30 – 40 tablets that move from classroom to classroom in a bid to save space that will otherwise be required for a computer lab. Students can sit in their own desks and access interactive content to learn concepts.

 Great, so are there any things to be worried about tablets?

While tablets can be a boon for education, it can also impact negatively unless sufficient care is taken.

  • Most importantly, there needs to be good access control software that helps to control the content accessed by the children to ensure that they do not get exposed to undesirable sites.
  • With the advent of calculators, many students stopped applying their minds for calculations and started depending on calculators for simple arithmetic results. Similarly, tablets could take a toll on students using their hands to write things with pen and paper.

However, with proper controls and with the right guidance, tablets will add a lot of value in the way our children learn.

We always look to the upcoming and ask “What’s next?”. The technology that we have right now can help create better, smarter and more informed students with so much resource.