Provides customizable simple math fact addition and subtraction. Objects to support use of visuals to assist students who are at the being stage of math computation. It has an easy to use interface and is appealing to young students. For iPod/iPhone and iPad.
Kids Math Fun 1st Grade
This app provides addition and subtraction practice in a traditional format with timed practice, type of feedback to problems completed and scores. It provided a kid friendly user interface for easy access however there were no customization features for selecting addend maximums/minimums or sum for problems. The Kids Math Fun Kindergarten app provides practice for students beginning to learn their math facts. No visual manipulatives are provided with the app. For iPod/iPhone and iPad.
1st grade math app containing addition, subtraction practice and number sequencing tasks. Easy interface for early elementary school children. For iPod/iPhone and iPad.
7 in 1 app for kindergarten to first grade students including counting, number tracking, math puzzle, calculator and flash card challenged. The flash card challenge shown below allows customization of numbers used in flash card presentation. For iPod and iPad.
Early elementary school app that uses visuals to learn math addens of a sum. For iPod.
Another math fact drill app. Provides numerous features to customize the fact drill set for a student including number of problems top and bottom numbers of the addends, arrangement of the problems and more. Gathers scores on user drills and tests. Provides reviews assistance including block manipulatives, a number line or facts chart. For iPod/iPhone and iPad.
Math Fact Drills
This math app creates the ability to set “game parameter” such as number of questions, top and bottom number limit, length of timed test for provides a lot of customization for a user. It does not appear to collect data over time but provides final results of a “game”. Provides addition, subtraction, multiplication and division practice. For iPod/iPhone and iPad.
Fits together trillions of WRONG ways, but only one RIGHT way.
KENKEN: Train Your Brain app
Invented by a Japanese math teacher, Tetsuya Miyamoto, KENKEN® allows you to test your puzzle acumen and improve your math skills at the same time.
Flash to Pass Facts
FlashToPass Lite is an easy-to-use, elegant program designed to facilitate mastering the basic math facts learned in Elementary School.
Math Ninja HD
Use your math skills to defend your treehouse against a hungry tomato and his robotic army in this fun action packed game!
Math Ref Free
Math Ref is a math reference application that includes over 1,400 helpful formulas, figures, tips and examples of the equations, and concepts.
Coin Crazy makes it fun for kids to learn how to count change! Each game lasts 60 second! Five random Quarters, Dimes, Nickels and Penny’s are displayed along with 8 answers. The goal is to pick the correct answer so you can move on to the next round!
Counting Bills & Coins lets you practice identifying and solving math problems with money. Count, match, and make change with coins up to quarters and bills up to $20. Practice money skills in five unique activities:
Factor Defense focuses on helping students learn important math concepts. Factor Defense teaches the relationships among factors (the defending towers) and their multiples (the enemy armor). Students will learn how to efficiently manage area and resources when strategically placing towers.
Amaze and delight others as you multiply, divide, and square at lightning fast speed. Learn and practice the tricks of mental math calculation in a fun and engaging application.
Sums Stacker is a “Math Doodles” activity that provides plenty of addition and subtraction practice, within a recreational math setting. The mathematical puzzle allows users to play with different representations of numbers, while developing their number sense to create strategies to help them solve problems.
This modern version of the classic Chinese puzzle game will challenge your mind as you attempt to arrange the seven shapes called “tans” into a variety of forms. The puzzles themselves often represent animals and people, as well as many other interesting shapes.
Choose a puzzle to solve, and try to complete the shape, without overlapping any of the pieces. Zentomino HD will recognize when the puzzle is solved
Set Pro HD
To find a SET you must recognize three cards on the gameboard of 12 cards in which each of the features, examined independently, are either the same on the 3 cards OR different on the 3 cards. That’s it. One rule. It is deceptively simple.
Choose a puzzle to solve, and try to fit all seven game pieces within the shaded puzzle area without overlapping. TanZen HD will recognize when the puzzle is finished.