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Hit the Button Maths
Great Range of Content
In Hit the Button you play minute-long games where you answer as many questions as possible. Questions are randomly generated which means it is very replayable. The game has been carefully designed for children, with large, widely spaced buttons.
Hit the Button is very flexible, with 97 different maths game modes of varying difficulties and across six topics.
These topics cover the four standard arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
You can create up to 15 player profiles per device to track individual players’ high scores. If you prefer there’s also the option to play as a guest.
We’ve made it very easy for children to quickly switch profile after playing a game, if they’re sharing a device.
All pupil data is stored locally on your device so you don’t have to worry about privacy issues.
Trophies and High Scores
After each game, the score achieved is displayed along with the player’s high score.
Bronze, silver or gold stars and trophies are awarded depending on the score achieved in each game.
More Topic Details
You can select an individual times table up to 12 or mixed tables. There are two different options ‘Hit the Answer’ or ‘Hit the Question’ which can help consolidate multiplication facts in a fun way that kids enjoy.
This topic includes number bonds, addition and subtraction facts, up to 10, 20, 100. The addition facts include three single digit addition, decimal number bonds to 1 and 10 and missing number problems (addends).
This topic has 12 games beginning with doubles to 10 and progressing in difficulty from 2 digit to 3 digits numbers and doubles involving decimal numbers to 10.
This topic has 12 games beginning with halves to 10 and progressing in difficulty from 2 digit to 3 digits numbers and halves involving decimal numbers to 10.
You can select division facts on an individual times table up to 12 or mixed tables. There are two different options ‘Hit the Answer’ or ‘Hit the Question’ and this topic is ideal for use in conjunction with the Times Tables topic.
Using the Square Numbers topic provides a fun way for children to learn all the square numbers up to 10 × 10 or 12 × 12. Again, there are two different options ‘Hit the Answer’ or ‘Hit the Question’.