MATH APPS FOR PARENTS AND TEACHERS
ABC Mouse: ABC Mouse is an app designed for children aged 2-7. A free subscription is required. Subjects included early literacy and math skills.
Math Planet: Math Planet is a game curriculum. Each grade level is separated by a different app; however, grades 1-8 can also be downloaded at once. There are reportedly over 100 game levels that support 80+ common core standards. The Learning Analytics Dashboard tracks learning progress.
Math Practice Flash Cards for Kids Free: This is a fun game used to practice all basic math operations. Parents or teachers can set the top and bottom numbers for each quiz as well as the number of questions per practice quiz. The student can redo the questions until the answer is correct.
Math Kid: This app gives children different strategies to solve basic math problems. It also features sequencing, roman numerals, percentages, fractions, and basic equations.
iTooch Elementary School App: This app provides over 25,000 exercises to practice math, ELA, and science for grades 1-5. The activities are based on Common Core Standards. Multiplayer is possible and a lesson summary is attached to each chapter. (Options are also available to download an app for middle school)
Doodle Math (Elementary Math)/DoodleMath (Elementary Math, 2nd Grade to 5th Grade): DoodleMath was designed by teachers and provides independent tests that identify students’ levels, strengths, and weaknesses. A subscription is needed to access the premium version of DoodleMath (unlimited use of all of the app; full access to work programs; online parents dashboards; strength and weakness analysis; email reports, etc.)
Math vs. Zombies (Free): This app is ideal for grades 1-3 and works on improving basic addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. Students are required to practice and improve math skills to defeat the zombies. There are 9 levels to unlock.
My Script Calculator: This app turns handwriting into digital text and delivers results in real time.
Meerkat Math: Students are required to chase Meerkats in math related adventures. This app was designed by high school teachers with 8 mini games and 8 different modes. Multiplayer support is also available.
Sushi Monster: Sushi Monster is a scholastic app designed to practice, reinforce, and extend math fact fluency. Operations included are whole number addition and multiplication. Students earn points for each correct answer, but distractions are also present. This app reports that it meets Common Core State Standards.
Interactive Telling Time Lite: This app is designed to be a fun way for children to learn how to tell time. The app is meant for children aged 3 to 12 and comes in 5 difficulty levels so that children can master telling time progressively. Statistics are provided to monitor progress. There are also three games included.
Math Cards !!: Customizable problem sets to focus on students’ needs. This app is a great way to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using a flashcard type interface. A timer may or may not be used and the number of problems in each problem set can be programmed.
Splash Math K to 5 Fun Learning Games for Kindergarten to 5th Grade: This app boasts 390+ Common Core aligned skills by provided a collection of fun and interactive math problems. This app is reported to be very visual and provides a great deal of pictures to help math problem solving fun. Access can be provided via iPad, desktops, and laptops. Key features include self paced math practice, explanation of wrong answers, scratchpad for rough wrok, virtual rewards and games, monitor progress with real-time progress dashboard, and progress is synced across multiple iPads, desktops and laptops.
First Grade Learning Games: This app has 12 mini-games relating to first grade lessons. The app includes reading, spelling, math, fractions, compound words, contractions, and more. This is reported to be a great learning tool for kids aged 6-8.
Todo Math: Play and Learn From Counting to Multiplication: This app is designed by educators and is reported to be aligned to school standards. The app is designed for early elementary school students (ages 6-8) and includes a number of learning games. Some of the skills addressed include: counting and cardinality, number operations, mathematical reasoning, time and money, and geometry. The free app allows for the basic version of every game and feature in the application. Subscriptions are available for continuous access to the complete curriculum.