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    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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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


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

    Devices: iPad


    2x2-4 by Aplemakh Bros is a simple app aimed at improving two kinds of arithmetic operations: multiplication and division. With built-in multiplication tables and a maths game similar to pirate ship battle games, the app will for sure prove a hit with the kids. Games can be personalized and set to focus only on a certain range of derived equations and this is helpful if you identify what the areas are where your child needs a little bit more practice. The app received a 4 star EAS Certification, and what’s more educational institutions can download it at a discounted rate. 

    Devices: iPad


    From esteemed educational publisher DK, 10 Minutes a Day Times Tables works on the theory that children learn best in short bursts. It tests them on their tables from 1x1 to 12x12; you can choose whether to do them in order or out of sequence.   Children race against the clock by answering times tables questions. Their car advances for every sum they get right, with the aim of beating the app to the finishing line. Questions increase in difficulty as children progress: initially, they’re tested on their times tables in order, then randomly, and then through missing number questions (e.g. ? x 12 = 24).   If they get a question wrong, they can attempt it again, and the app also gives them handy hints if they’re stuck on a particular question. They win trophies for every round they complete.   Once children have mastered times tables in order, they can choose to do mixed times tables challenges, where they’re tested on number sentences from three different tables at a time.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    World famous rock musicians are the best at what they do because they've spent hours practising guitar chords, writing music or playing on the drums. It's just the same with times tables – all Times Table Rock Stars need to practise and practise and practise. It's essential that your child does a little bit of times table practice every night. In my experience, short bursts of daily practise are more effective than spending hours once a week.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Times Tables Pro is the ultimate way to learn, practice and test multiplication tables in a highly configurable, yet simple to use way.

    Devices: iPad


    Squeebles Times Tables is a beautifully designed app, which helps students practice their times tables in the most fun and interactive way possible. Children learn whilst helping Whizz rescue the Squeebles from the clutches of the nasty maths monster. There are six different game modes for children to practice their times tables on with a number of characters and rewards available to encourage children to improve their scores. Teachers and parents can also monitor a player’s progress and can view a list of tables children have previously got wrong to assist with ongoing learning.

    Devices: Android , iPad