Write, Swipe, and Tap Math Apps

Read KinderTown's reviews of top math apps.

QuickMath

QuickMath works to improve math fact fluency by offering the challenge of speed and accuracy. Read KinderTown's review.

Be Quick, Be accurate! QuickMath works to improve math fact fluency by offering the challenge of speed and accuracy. Math facts are presented to children and they write their answer on the screen with a finger or stylus. The app has handwriting identification mechanisms that allow the child to write their answer anywhere on the screen. The app offers practice of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. There is even a mixed operation mode. Quick Math allows for multiple users, so brothers and sisters, or classmates can use the app together. The app tracks progress and parents can see how much time children have spent using it. The app encourages children to beat their scores from past sessions in order to improve. The app does adjust to children’s levels, and increases the difficulty of the facts as they progress. The app is $1.99 and appropriate for students ages 6-12.

 

Winky Think Logic Puzzles

Slide and move shapes, and explore cause and effect in Winky Think. Read KinderTown's review.

Slide and move shapes, and explore cause and effect in Winky Think. Children are introduced to the concepts of each puzzle slowly, and they must drag and move shapes around the screen to solve the puzzles. Creative obstacles are introduced, such as pins, ice, bars, and lines. The game offers three different skill levels with 180 games in each level. Winky Think is designed so players can progress at their own pace. Children can use multiple fingers to slide the shapes on the screen, but parents will want to be sure to¬†disable Multitasking Gestures in your settings to prevent the ability to use multiple fingers to accidentally send you out of the app. Parents, you will enjoy these puzzles, too, and can watch your child’s problem-solving skills as they play or make suggestions in order for them to advance to the next level. A user-friendly replay button is located in the bottom right hand corner to reset the puzzle if needed. As each level progresses, additional obstacles are presented and children earn different tools to solve the problems.¬†Winky Think Logic Puzzles is $2.99, available for iPhone and iPad and appropriate for children ages 3-8.

 

Montessori 1st Operations

Montessori 1st Operations uses pictures to represent math problems. Read KinderTown's review.

Montessori 1st Operations uses pictures to represent math problems. For example, to solve the addition equations, children can use the blue and red number rods to assist them in solving the problem. For subtraction, children can use the number rods to show the answer. The app uses counters to demonstrate the concepts of halves, doubles, odd and even. There are two games offered inside the app, as well: Monsters Addition and Subtraction, and Bubble Games. The monsters help the game come to life as children practice the addition and subtraction facts. The app also introduces division by having children place counters on either side of a line. The app includes a toolbox section where children can explore addition and subtraction tables and take a quiz. This app is appropriate for children who can successfully count and recognize numbers up to ten and benefit from the use of a picture to solve math problems. Create multiple user profiles in order to customize the experience for each child. Parents or teachers can specify how high you would like the numbers to progress, for example 10, 20, 50 or 99. In addition, individual operations can be turned on and off. As children are successful in the app, they earn points in order to make their own customized monster. Montessori Operations is $3.99 and available for iPhone and iPad.

 

Pet Bingo

Pet Bingo is an excellent app to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication or division facts. Read KinderTown's review.

Pet Bingo is an excellent app to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication or division facts. If you have multiple children in your household learning their math facts, this app can be used by several different children by setting up multiple profiles. Children answer math problems correctly by identifying the correct answers on the bingo board. Children continue to play until they earn five in a row on their bingo board. Children are motivated by the prizes, which include pets, pet toys and accessories. Parents, you can check the report card section for each user to see how they are progressing in learning different types of facts such as adding 0 to a number, or adding doubles. Each math fact has the option to access a hint to solve the problem. Pet Bingo is $1.99 and appropriate for children who are working to learn their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts, usually in grades 1-4 or ages 6-10.

 

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