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    The software application ‘Math: Talk math with Leon!’ is a unique mathematical learning platform that guides the child through a proven method for teaching basic maths using vocal dialogue and visual prompts. The Math 8 Learning programme includes lessons, exercises, and quizzes designed to help your child engage and understand Mathematics. The application is initially free and includes an in-app subscription for further content. The application is free from in-app adverts and is suitable for students aged 8 years and above.

    Devices: iOS


    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: iOS


    This app is a great iOS app that will help students understand geometry for Key Stage 3.  Students can learn and explore different types of three dimensional solids including prisms, pyramids, Platonic solids and solids of revolution.  Users can pick and choose from up to 27 unique shapes and unfold them into different net combinations. Each shape works beautifully with the option to highlight the vertices and edges of a prism or colour selected elements of a pyramid.  Shapes – 3D Geometry Learning is easy to navigate and uses simple gesture control to zoom and rotate shapes in any direction. A stunning app!

    Devices: Android,iOS


    DragonBox Elements is beautifully illustrated game that introduces children to geometry and geometric proof. Children are guided through the game and are introduced to different shape-based characters. As they progress through the game, they must solve different puzzles that require them to draw and identify different shapes.  Whilst playing the game, children explore the properties of shapes and angles. 

    Devices: Android,iOS


    King of Maths helps your child learn basic algebra, geometry, division, and other math equation.   The app is designed in form of a game; so your child chooses between two characters and complete mathematical challenges in addition and subtraction. When children play this game, they are challenged to figure out missing numbers before they can arrive to an answer.  The game will also help your child to understand the basic concept in math. King of Maths is regarded as one of the best free math apps because it was developed to improve the mathematical knowledge of children in elementary schools. 

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Dragon Shapes is an app that will help your child discover and improve their ability to recognise and name different geometrical shapes and develop spatial visualisation abilities. It all starts with a story about a friendly dragon that lived in a village but then got lost. With the scales he left behind you will have to build geometric shapes that will help you to rescue and return the dragon to the people. The fun activities are organised into four learning levels and are suitable for ages 6-10. Dragon Shapes is a great app to introduce and learn geometry figures and it receives a 5 star EAS Certification and the EAS Recommended Status.

    Devices: iOS


    Good geometry apps for the 11+ age group are like hens teeth, pretty hard to find. After testing out some others we found this was the most useful for 11+ preparation. Although it is aimed at SAT’s test students, much of what it covers is relevant to the 11+.

    Devices: iOS