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Are your kids struggling to figure out how to properly learn division, the Division apps will make this much easier for you! Begin with these division apps to teach specific strategies and allow children to work at their own pace.

Division Apps can be a fun way to learn division facts. This selection of apps will provide practise for children who are beginning to understand the concepts of multiplying and dividing numbers. They provide the repetition necessary for children to improve their division skills. As they get into primary age group, the children will continue to practise division and will learn to divide by numbers 0-10. They’ll also get more familiar with recording division calculations using the division sign.

Here is the list of best division apps that can be used for learning and reinforcing basic division in classroom or for homework practice.

    Versatile is one word to describe the ABCya learning games included in this app.  They work  across every mainstream device, they cover multiple educational topics, and deliver a broad range of game styles to test and develop children's learning.  Excellent would be another word.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    The application ‘KidloLand Kids Toddler Games’ is an award-winning learning programme for kids (1-7 yrs) and contains 2000+ educational songs, games, stories, nursery rhymes, and activities about Early Learning, Math, Reading, Writing, Coding and more! The application is a subscription-based app comprising of two options; a monthly subscription option or the option to pay for a single year. The application is free from adverts and is certified for children by the KidSAFE program.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Funexpected Math is an attractive app that uses mini-games to develop and consolidate children's maths skills.  Its detailed descriptions of curriculum objectives met, imaginative games, and growing content make it an app subscription worth considering.

    Devices: iPad


    Put your mental arithmetic and memory skills to the test in this game which hones the player's ability to identify prime numbers.  Multiplication and division skills are part of this process so Bubbly Primes pulls together a variety of children's maths skills as it gives them a secure understanding of prime numbers.

    Devices: iPad


    Division with Ibbleobble uses the familiar mechanic of answering multiple-choice questions to practice and develop fluency in division.  It combines this approach with a polished and well-designed presentation.

    Devices: iPad


    Children who seem to be making careless errors in arithmetic are perhaps not as fluent in calculation as they might be.  Rocket Math is designed to progress arithmetic skills to the point where children can't help but see the right answer.

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    DoodleMaths is a maths programme that supports maths learning in homes and schools. It identifies children’s weaker areas in learning and adapts a programme to that child. Designed and optimised for mobile and tablet, DoodleMaths is perfect for learning on-the-go and as a support for homework. It is used both to raise attainment with lower attaining pupils and extend the more able, regardless of special educational needs or language barriers. Its in-built intelligence identifies the strengths and weaknesses unique to each child and constructs a work program specific to their needs.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Zap Zap Math is a games-based learning platform, allowing children to play a variety of different games covering numerous mathematical topics from kindergarten to 6th grade.  Excellent graphics, engaging user interface and designed to accompany any child throughout their early mathematical education.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    An engaging games-based app that combines game play and mathematical learning.  Children must help Tob recover parts of his spaceship, by completing levels and chapters throughout the game, in order to escape from the strange planet he has landed on.  Each games allows children to learn and practice a new mathematical skill based on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Matific for School Educational Math Games is a unique application that is suitable for an age range of Reception up to Year 6. The award winning Matific app is designed by mathematical education experts and is great for developing early-age maths excellence and scientific intuition. The application has numerous activities, called episodes, that cover a range of mathematical skills in a fun and reward giving way. Users need to note that they will need to create an online Matific account if they wish to benefit from the full range of activities that the app has to offer. Matific has an extensive portfolio of hundreds of activities and worksheets that are entirely curriculum-driven.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    An innovative app designed to help children learn and understand their tables whilst identifying misconceptions and common errors, all adaptable and tailored to individual children’s needs.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Learn and use some of the many maths tricks described in this app to speed up your written arithmetic and improve its accuracy.  This app is ideal for anybody keen to reduce their reliance on technology for calculations.

    Devices: iPad


    Harnessing the competitive and social instincts of children to drive their interest and engagement with mathematics, Math Friendzy gives children a chance to develop their skills alongside their class mates, even when they are not together. For teachers and parents this app offers a chance to monitor and reward children’s efforts.  Essentially worksheet based, the challenges within the app are self-marking and it offers easy links to tuition too.

    Devices: iPad


    Squeebles Division 2 helps kids to practise division calculations with a cast of friendly monsters. Children have to answer a series of 12 questions in each round and collect rewards for the correct answers.   There are six different quiz types to play: Division 1-12 (division problems for numbers up to 12); Tricky Divisions (composed of questions that your child has previously got wrong); Mix It Up (a random selection of division questions); Fill The Gap (where your child is given the first number in a calculation and the answer, and has to identify the missing number); Remainders (where your child has to find the answer including a remainder); and Extreme Division (dividing by 13, 14 and 15).

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Division is a clearly structured and visually appealing app that can help students improve their knowledge and understanding of division. It covers the initial concept of simple division, through to remainders, dividing by powers of ten and long division with decimal answers. The app includes a wide variety of activities, animations and assessments to support teaching and learning. It is suitable for use in Key Stages 1 and 2.  

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Start out by selecting one of the six avatars, and level up your character by answering math problems as quickly and accurately as possible. 

    Devices: iPad