According to the website Understood.org, math games are a fun way to practice math skills. A fun math game typically has set rules, goals, and competition—either against other players or an individual score. Clear rules and goals are important because they let kids know exactly what to do. Competition matters because it gives kids a challenge. The best math games have just the right level of challenge. Kids have to choose and use strategies as they play. They have to problem-solve and make decisions. Kids have a chance to win, but it’s not guaranteed. That makes things fun and exciting. Playing math games together can also help you get a better sense of your child’s strengths and challenges. And if your child wins (or just has fun) playing a math game, it can boost confidence. Games are also just a nice change from the math schoolwork your child does. SumQuest, an addition-based game designed with the aim of boosting mental maths ability, is the perfect brain game for you to practice your maths skills. SumQuest is now available for open testing from the Apple iStore https://testflight.apple.com/join/UNf24It8. Clicking on this link will prompt you to download Apple’s TestFlight app, which will then allow you to download the SumQuest app. SumQuest is also available from the Google Play Store for open testing https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.happytum.sumquest. Please note that all SumQuest features are free in open testing. This means the app is free to download, free to play, and free in terms of purchasing and using items from the SumQuest store. Download the addition-based brain game app today and give your kid a boost!