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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.

    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

    Equate is an app which collates a library of over 400 useful equations spanning across several subjects, and enables the user to initially solve problems, and then challenge themselves with questions to apply their understanding and to build confidence in using these formulas. Equate formulas cover Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Economics, and are suitable for a variety of age ranges dependent on the subject specifications taught. The app is supported by individual Youtube links specific to the equation chosen and Wikipedia pages to help the user expand on their understanding and offer instant support.

    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

    Komodo is designed to build and consolidate maths knowledge for children aged from 5 to 11. A maths teacher sets up each user's baseline in the app and parents define the rewards. Children then engage in little-and-often practice to raise their maths knowledge and skill.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Curious World: Play Learn Grow is packed full of different types of activities to entertain and educate children.  From videos to sit back and watch, to suggested craft activities that require rolled up sleeves and a bit of mess,  this app provides a great source of inspiration and learning for children.

    Devices: iPad

    The application ‘AdditionNSubtraction!’ is an app that turns mathematical adding and subtracting into a game format. The application uses a computer-based platform game to teach the skills of addition and subtraction over a variety of different levels. The application is free from in-app purchases and does not require a constant Wi-Fi connection. 

    Devices: iPad

    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

    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

    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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    Behind Max2Math's age-neutral look exists a well-made maths practice app backed up by superb reporting features that provide a genuinely useful insight into a child's understanding of the maths covered. Max2Math offers a genuinely useful maths practise experience, one that can be tailored to a number of different regions, and does so for free.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Kids Addition & Subtraction is a huge collection of mini-games designed to help children practice their early maths skills.  It has a flexibility that makes it useful both at home and in the classroom.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Have a laugh learning multiplication tables with this app and its colorful, interactive design. Offering 5 different modes, the app adapts well to children with various learning styles and abilities. In the game mode, children tag along on Bear’s balloon journey while tackling each table one at a time. Challenge mode is timed and covers all of the times tables at once as children strive to build up the highest score that they can. Training mode lets children or teachers construct a set of questions concentrating on those that are causing difficulty. This is an excellent function that lets the app be tailored to an individual's needs.    As a single player they can concentrate on just one or all of the tables. When children are confident in their ability, they can play against a friend to see who has learned the best. Learning times tables fluently enough to be quickly able to recall the answer to any question up to 12 x 12 has a renewed emphasis in the English school system but is just as important in all maths curricula. Times Tables and Friends is full of opportunities to learn and practise.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Fishy Numbers is a colourful application that is suitable for ages 6 and above and enables children to explore and practice maths in a fun and exciting way. This application features a number of differentiated levels and mathematical mini-games focusing on adding, subtraction, multiplication and division. This app is free from in-app purchases and in-app adverts.

    Devices: iPad

    Is there a way to make the necessary rote learning of the times tables actually appealing? Well Maths Rockx is here to get you up on your feet to dance and sing about it!

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Colourful graphics, jolly sound, and a good variety of activities offer your child the chance to practice what they have learned at school in this app packed with mini-games.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    This is a times tables app that lets children concentrate on practising the tables that they are currently learning.  With excellent reporting features and a  facility to target questions that are causing problems, it could support a child in achieving proficiency in multiplication.

    Devices: iPad

    A great app that helps children learn their times tables through gradual introduction, pictorial representations, practice and repetition.  Correct answers immediately proceed to the next question, avoiding any time wasting, while incorrect answers are corrected for the child to see.  These are then recorded and repeated at the end of each session, ensuring children understand and remember the correct answers, thus encouraging mastery.  Finally, statistics, are available to the user allowing them to identify their strengths and weaknesses.

    Devices: iPad

    The fun cartoon character Dino Tim leads children through an adventure involving shapes, colours, numbers and witches.  Along the way, children will develop hand-eye coordination and early maths skills as well as having a fun time. 

    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

    Little Digits is a fun way to learn to count using a multitouch interactive approach. Little Digits is a great application that you can use with your child to help improve their number recognition and number fluency skills. A really fun and engaging app, that requires your child to place the correct amount of digits on the numeral animation. All of the numbers are represented as fun and colorful creatures that your child will love. The app is easy to follow with three modes of game play and an easy to follow tutorial. The multi touch technology allows your child to place the correct amount of fingers on the screen when solving simple number problems. A really nice feature is the ability to record your own voice for each number, a particular favourite with my own 4 year old. Probably the best thing about Little Digits is how fun and simplistic it is, the app allows for development of natural curiosity and hours of fun are guaranteed. 

    Devices: iPad

    A well-crafted series of mini-games is included in this app. Together they provide support and practise for children to learn early skills in addition and subtraction that are well matched with the curriculum and how children learn. Each has six games that increase in difficulty and unlock the next game. These mirror some of the key skills shown in the curriculum, such as adding and subtracting numbers up to 10, up to 20 and finding missing numbers.

    Devices: iPad

    A useful app; designed for pupils to self test themselves on maths times table up to 12. 

    Devices: iPad

    Calculator of fractions is a really useful app; designed for pupils to calculate problems with fractions. This is a powerful tool for both children and their parents, and can help children self-assess and review their work.

    Devices: iPad

    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 , iPad