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Multiplication Apps for Kids

Try our multiplication apps today to help kids learn the multiplication facts, practice the times tables and experience the magic of interactive learning at home or school.

Not long ago, teaching multiplication largely meant helping children learn their times tables. That was certainly true when we were children in elementary school. Until recently, learning multiplication was ALL about memorization.

Now, the focus is on helping kids visualize the numbers involved and see the bigger picture of multiplication--like understanding why it's more useful than counting, what the different real world applications are, etc. That's generally the more difficult aspect of teaching multiplication. Luckily that's where fun and clever children's books excel!

These multiplication apps will add a blast of fun to your lessons, or if you are a parent, these apps can help supplement the math that your child is learning in school. Multiplication has never been so fun!

    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


    Space Pig Math is an action game for practicing the times tables - up to 12x12 - with retro-inspired visuals and sounds.  The purpose of the game is to laser the aliens to save Space Pig's Friends - and they will provide you with help on the progress through the game. The game rewards correct, consecutive, and quick answers.  It is easy and accessible for the novice, but it can become increasingly difficult.

    Devices: 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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    Math Rocket is an offshoot of an existing programme for schools designed to increase children's speed and fluency in answering simple arithmetic.  This app encourages frequent short sessions and is supported by plenty of information explaining its purpose and methods.

    Devices: iPad


    An alternative approach to learning multiplication tables, presented through graphical stories with subtitles, where with digits are represented as characters and each multiplication fact has an associated story.  Designed to help children remember their multiplication tables through links with characters, scenarios and feelings.  After these stories, children have the opportunity to practice the recall of these facts.

    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


    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


    A simple, powerful effective app that achieves exactly what it sets out to do and help practice Maths at speed! Highly engaging, stimulating and users are constantly challenged to improve their previous scores.

    Devices: iPad


    This is the best educational app winner at the BETT show in 2014. The app is amazing and children will really enjoy working with it. It’s the closest thing to a text-book, exercise book and interactive lesson rolled into one. Our verdict is that the app wholeheartedly deserves the EAS Certification of 5 Stars and EAS Recommended Status. 

    Devices: iPad


    The kitchen can be an unsafe place for young children, but that won’t stop their interest in exploring all the things in this crafty place. Have them play in the BabyBus kitchen and try out all the fun activities such as preparing food, cooking and juicing, in a less dangerous manner!

    Devices: iPad


    It allows children to select from five modes and practice basic arithmetic calculations:addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or a mix of operations. Normally children will type in their answer, but with this app kids can write the number anywhere on the screen to show the correct response. This is a useful tool for kids to practice the arithmetic skills they've already learned in the classroom. Designed for ages 6-12, it is the perfect app for their mental calculation skills. In addition to simple problems, the app also includes more difficult ones where the kids need to calculate unknown values by performing inverse operations.

    Devices: 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


    Multiplication is a clearly structured app that can help students improve their knowledge and understanding of multiplication. This brightly coloured and simple to navigate app covers a wide range of multiplication skills, including times tables to 12, long multiplication and multiplying by powers of ten. It includes step-by-step presentations, an interactive multiplication chart, times tables, long multiplication tests and a missing number activity to assess children’s knowledge and understanding of multiplication. It is suitable for use with Key Stages 1 and 2. 

    Devices: iPad


    Bubble Pop Multiplication is a fun game that allows children to learn and practise times tables. Children can select the times table they would like to practise and then use them to pop the bubbles before time runs out. This game has been created by a teacher, to help develop confidence and fluency with multiplication. 

    Devices: iPad


    Math Bingo is a fun game that helps children practise addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. It has 3 levels of difficulty and children can choose to practise each skill individually or simultaneously in the mixed mode. Children are motivated to keep playing, as the game rewards success with Bingo Bugs that are used in an in-built mini game.

    Devices: Android , iPad