iLiveMath Key Differentiators

iLive Series Key Differentiators:

  • Automated Grading: Teachers and Parents use auto-generated email and blogs to keep track of student progress.  Examples of recorded grammar app tests and math app tests show how questions are randomly compiled and how the test captures the student's correct, incorrect answers, the final percentage/count scores, and answer key.
  • Universal Apps: Most all of the educational apps for the iPad also run on the iPhone and iPod Touch as universal apps however we are starting to experiment with dedicated Educational iPad Apps which will allow us to maximize the features and functions of the iPad.

iLiveMath Animals of Asia features three levels of difficulty will help target 1st through 6th graders on basic concepts of reading time, days, weeks, kg/week, lbs/week, minutes/day and years. Leveraging Chinese Year of the Tiger, Year of the Snake, etc... questions will help students calculate differences between years.


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Teacher's Quote: "I wanted to share iLiveMath with my students at school, but did not want to give them access to my iPad. My school has a Promethean Board so after collaborating with iHomeEducator we can now share the teaching content with all my kids using the projector! I teach several units wrapped around the theme of a continent. At this time we are studying Asia and have iLiveMath Animals of Asia as well as Entomology."
Lisa White, 2nd Grade Teacher, LaSalle II World Language Academy, Chicago, IL

As an educator do you have students who struggle with word math problems? Our children found word problems to be challenging and therefore we wanted to help remedy that with fun topics and multi-media to help in teaching these critical concepts by developing the iLiveMath series of apps. This includes iLiveMath Animals of Africa, Animals of Asia, Winter Sports, and soon Oceans. "The apps will not only ask the question but also check your answers automatically."

"Each of these three iLiveMath apps are engaging and succeed in making mathematical connections to real world scenarios thus allowing math to 'come alive' for students. This is a great alternative to traditional practice while still providing meaningful problems to further develop concepts." Hyperhomeschool

"Anything that makes my 8 year old want to do math, especially word problems, is great in my book. The animal theme really appeals to her, and sneaks in learning about animal groups." Our Busy Homeschool

In the iLiveMath Animals of Asia release you will find over 30 animal photos, over 30 educational and fun family friendly animal videos, and over 30 educational links combined with over 100 thousand possible questions in applied math focusing on years, months, weeks, days, hours, and minutes as well as related topics.  This educational app drills various math word problems which are randomly asked to students. There are three levels of difficulty set by the student and/or educator for 1st to 6th grade.
  • Level 1: Addition and Subtraction across beginning concepts in time such as hours and minutes as well as basic math
  • Level 2: Includes Multiplication concepts across mins, hrs, weeks, months
  • Level 3: Includes difference between years using the Chinese zodiac animals

General Instructions:

  • Review word problems which are dynamically and randomly generated.
  • Share your question and answer summaries on our community blogsite
  • Email the questions and answers to your educator for review
  • Explore education links
  • Watch educational and family friendly fun videos after a certain # of correct answers are answered. Educator can set thresholds of 1, 5, 10, 15, and 20 as a threshold. The default is 10 correct answers before this feature is enabled.