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WHAT IS KIWI?
WHO IT'S FOR?
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LET’S START LEARNING KIWIWRITE MATH
New to KiwiWrite? Start by watching our beginning tutorial video, or download an instruction guide or check out our other options below!
Complete Instruction Guide
New Features Instructions
Watch our Introductory Tutorial
If you would like to watch a video while following along in the app, click on the video, then right click twice, then select picture-in-picture.
Tutorial videos may also be viewed at the KiwiWrite Math youtube channel
SHORT EXAMPLE VIDEOS
KiwiWrite Math: Subtraction example - levels 1-2
Short video demo of creating a subtraction problem in KiwiWrite Math, with carry/borrow digits
KiwiWrite Math: Adding Fractions into Grid Problems
This short video shows how to add a simple fraction when working in math levels 2, or in level 3 when selecting a grid-layout problem.
KiwiWrite Math: Adding grid problems to level 3
This short video shows how to switch between math problem formats when using level 3 of KiwiWrite Math. The default level 3 format displays problems in lines, and is needed when using exponents, square roots, and more complex fractions. However, the grid format for math problems, used in KiwiWrite levels 1-2, provide easier alignment of vertical columns which is helpful for arithmetic problems. Follow these instructions for switching between the two problem types.
KiwiWrite Math: Levels 3-4 Creating fractions
Short demo showing how to add fractions in line problems within KiwiWrite level 3-4. The one-digit only method is shown first, and then the method for any type of fraction.
KiwiWrite Math: Importing Worksheets
Demonstration of importing a math worksheet image (PDF, JPG or PNG) into KiwiWrite Math. You can add math right on top of a worksheet once it is imported.
KiwiWrite Math: Cross-off/carry/borrow key example
Short demo showing how to add carry or borrow digits or cross-offs to math problems in KiwiWrite Math