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Maths Apps

Math apps can range from basic arithmetic concepts like numbers, fractions to mathematical formulas, theorems. Educational App Store helps parents, teachers and students to instill basic and complex math skills with our selection of math apps which will assist them at home and school. These best apps are aimed at kids and students of all ages to learn and practice math concepts that are explained in a fun way with the help of games, puzzles, quizzes, flashcards and more.

Some of the below apps is specifically designed to target the math domains and standards required for Elementary, Middle and High School students following the Common Core State Standards for Math. Some of the maths apps is designed to follow the programmes of study for the England National Curriculum.

The collection of iPad and Android educational math apps helps children practicing math facts, answering traditional skill-and-drill questions, solve four basic concepts (addition and subtraction apps, multiplication and division apps) in Preschool and Kindergarten and build their math fluency.

    Leo the Lion will help your children to learn and memorise the multiplication tables in this app.  Later, he represents them in a race between himself and his animal friends where multiplication knowledge is the key to victory.

    Devices: Android , 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

    Smart baby is an educational game for the early development of children from two years old plus. The game has six learning games for pre-schoolers with a combination of letters, numbers, shapes and colours. The app claims to develop the child’s logic, attention, memory and fine motor skills.

    Devices: iPad

    Toddler Learning Games is designed to appeal to young children with its vibrant appearance and to parents with its many learning games suitable for toddlers.  It is packed full of content and more is added on a regular basis for those who subscribe. 

    Devices: iPad

    The application ‘Timeland’ is an app that teaches children the concept of time. The features include a child friendly calendar and clock to teach the concept of everyday activities as well as displaying how time moves on. This application is designed for children aged 3 to 7 and comes in a number of different languages. This application is free from in-app adverts and does not require a constant Wi-Fi connection. 

    Devices: Android , iPad

    This fully-featured app is free to download and designed by experts to help with maths practice and develop positive attitudes to eating vegetables.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    With a finely-stepped learning curve, a record of achievements reached, and game-like graphics, Fruit Rockets provides a fun learning experience for children developing their early multiplication and division skills.

    Devices: iPad

    This app helps children to memorise the times tables through a series of games. The application relies on the mastery the principles of multiplication and division. A series of game based tasks work through the different levels.  

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Multiplication with Ibbleobble is an app designed for practising multiplication tables.  With numerous difficulty levels, a choice of timer modes, and saveable high score tables, it offers a way to harness children's competitive spirits for their learning.

    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

    An almost infinite amount of questions to develop and test students’ maths and english skills for all ages which will test skills learnt and possibly forgotten. Great for revision, the 'Smartscore' system promotes working through the questions, not guessing and the variety of question types is also admirable.  Both parents and teachers can make good use of its contents to support their children’s mathematical development.  A subscription to IXL Maths - English is required to use it.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    ‘Elapsed time’ is a unique application that is aimed at primary school aged children and provides an exploratory environment that teaches them how to work out elapsed time. It contains two learning environments: Daily Activities and Elapsed Time. In both environments the app synchronises a changing background and daily events with a clock and a timeline to give a child the impression of time moving through the day. This app is free from in-app purchases and in-app adverts, and it is available for iPad and Windows. 

    Devices: iPad

    Children spend a lot of time practising the times tables so having a variety of apps to make this less of a chore is useful. The Runner Quiz: Tables adds some game-like presentation and challenges to times-table practice in a fun and attractive way. The app goes to great effort to match children's expectations of games. Gameplay mechanics such as collecting keys and coins add a familiar feel to the challenge.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Elephant Learning is an application available on iOS, android and a web-based platform. It claims to be the most effective Math Learning Platform ever invented because the application propels learning faster than any other platform and the learning lasts longer. The application supports student from the age of 2-16 who are struggling with math concepts. The developers have partnered with the University of Denver to help create ‘Advanced Curriculum Technology’ or ACT for short.  The apps are free from in-app adverts and in-app purchases. However, it is noted that the mobile application supports the on-line Elephant Learning platform. This service has a free trial option but is a subscription service for those who wish to use the application on a regular basis, whether that is parents and children or schools and pupils.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    A clever app that teaches mathematics and number skills through a puzzle based game. Users must use both multiplication and addition as their core skills, but also understand their respective inverses (subtraction and division) to solve a variety of problems. An alternative approach to practicing and using basic number skills and finding common factors.

    Devices: Android , iPad