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Math Resources for Kids

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.

    Revise at home, in class, or on the go with this question and answer app.  Covering the majority of subjects in the GCSE, iGCSE and A Level exams, Gojimo tests and provides helpful hints too.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Find the mistake! Mathsmatch develops mathematical confidence and encourages critical thinking through its refreshing approach to learning through mistakes.

    Devices: Android


    An educational first app for very young children.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Endless Numbers is a perfect introduction to number recognition, counting and basic addition. Little ones can learn and explore numbers from one to 100 with some help from a cast of colourful monsters. The interactive numbers and equations, along with cute animations to help put numbers in context, are sure to make this app a big hit.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    An innovative twist on a traditional method to help children practice their times tables by allowing the simultaneous learning of multiplication and division facts.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Learn Math via Videos is a collection of videos, tutorials, quizzes and flashcards that revise a range of mathematical topics. An internet connection and login details are required to view the videos. Topics covered include: numbers and operations; fractions and decimals; prime numbers, LCM and GCF, percentages and average and more. 

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    An  simple and fun way to practise maths skills

    Devices: Android


    BrainPOP Jr. is a free educational games portal that will suit the classroom learning environment or will do well to support extended learning at home. BrainPOP Jr app is free to download for iOS and Android devices and is suitable for children of all ages. BrainPOP Jr. Movie of the Week provides students will fun and educational movies every week. This app helps develop cognitive skills, life skills, critical thinking and emotional development. BrainPOP Jr. is the digital educational equivalent of trivial pursuit, and equally as fun! All subject areas have been split into subcategories and for each subcategory BrainPOP Jr. have created beautifully animated video’s with accompany quiz testing features with varying levels of difficulty, a cartoon to accompany each subject area, and if that wasn’t enough a subject relative joke has also been included. 

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    A clever app with pleasing graphics that presents maths in a suitable way for young children encountering their first mathematical experience.  Split into 2 sections: learning and testing, with supporting statistics for adults to view.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    An excellent app with visually appealing graphics, commentary that enhances the learning and an academic approach seamlessly incorporated into the learning experience.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, 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: iPhone, iPad


    My Backpack is a jam-packed app for early years learning and beyond. It offers a number of activities for young children. It was developed by the award-winning nonprofit, Waterford Research Institute, as a classroom supplement to be used alongside Waterford Early Learning, a research-based adaptive software curriculum. It features 4 mental maths games, 16 traditional tales, 35 songs and 5 nursery rhyme read-alongs.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Shapes 3D is a great app that will help students understand geometry for Key Stage 3.  With Shapes 3D Geometry, 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.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    An engaging app with numerous worded logic puzzles and varying levels of difficulty which will keep the user engaged for hours on end.  Drawing on the skills of deduction, inference and logical reasoning, the app offers support and guidance if needed, but challenges the user to solve puzzles in a race against time.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    A number of educational games set in a beautifully illustrated princess background. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    A visually very stimulating Maths app that guides the user through a Hobbit like Shire. The user guides their character around the Shire until they comes across scary characters and engage them in battle by answering a maths challenge. When the user beats the scary characters they get bonus points. After the scary character is slain they gather the gems. These add up until they can power up to another level. They user also has to collect life enriching mushrooms in order to have enough energy in order to continue their quest. After the first free level is completed the user is offered the option to continue with their maths quest through a password protected in app purchase. This is a very neat way of allowing users to see if they like the app before they commit to buying it. The background music is very calming and adds to the natural look and feel of the app.  My six year old is going to love this!

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    A great app, at times addictive, and certainly develops children’s mathematical understanding as they are able to practice their times tables, through a combination of questions and game play. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Maths tests are a culmination of all the skills your child has learnt to date in their maths lessons. There are always areas where some children find maths more difficult. The impact of missing out on a section whether it is because of lesson absence or simply not understanding, can have serious implications in the 11+ exam. This app has 6 excellent sections based on many of the areas that come up frequently in the 11+ - Numbers and equations, scales and measures, shapes, analysing information, fractions, percentages and ratios.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Common Core Quest is a free app that supports the content available on the OpenEd.io website. This provides teachers with the ability to create classes and set work based on the US common core Math and English Language Arts curriculum. There is an option for the teacher to subscribe to 50,000 Pearson formative item questions and 30,000 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Assess2Know bank questions. These questions can be then set to students. The app also marks the responses and gives each student some feedback. The student can invite teachers to join them via their settings and also they can join a classroom. The student can practice problems almost indefinitus.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Aimed at Secondary (year 7 to 13) A very well laid out, colourful mathematically sound app that allows students to individually learn concepts and to put them in to practice.  Good use of colour to illustrate to the student to which level they are indicating, the app takes the student through a steady progress of demonstrating a concept and allowing them to complete a number of problems to practice that concept. There is plenty of help within the app along the way if an incorrect answer is given. The app encourages the student to go over again the work they have done before to practice the concept they have learnt. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Rocket Math is a game that provides children with lots of practice in using the 4 number operations. Children need to answer questions accurately and quickly, using their knowledge of number facts in order to complete missions. As children progress through the game, the missions become increasingly difficult to encourage fluency.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    This maths based app for young kids is suited for those learning the absolute basics of addition. With three graphic-heavy, fun filled levels to progress through, the learner can start off from exploring the structure of a sum and build up to attempting to solve simple equations. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Interactive Telling Time provides your child with a variety of different games and activities to practice the important skill of telling time. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    A delightful app to help instil a love of numbers in the very young. This app has received an EAS Certification of 5 Stars.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    An excellent mathematical resource, which combines both pictorial representations alongside abstract numerical understanding.  This app allows children to visualise the concept, yet at the same time allows repeated practice at speed, developing mental fluency.

    Devices: Android