Sushi Monster: Scholastic's app offers children multiplication and addition problems. They'll have to reach a target number by picking the correct factors and addends listed on different pieces of sushi.
Math Monsters - Bingo: Students can practice all operations using this bingo app. They'll solve each problem and then find the answer on the bingo board. Players need to be strategic if they want to win the game.
Math Flash Cards*: A traditional skill-and-drill app (yes, the asterisk is part of the title), Math Flash Cards * helps children practice their times tables by customizing the number and difficulty level of each question. This app has a simple interface that makes it easy for kids to play.
Addition and Multiplication Bubbles: This app gives students an opportunity to practice addition and multiplication skills — which are always important. You can use many number combinations to solve each problem, allowing for flexibility.
Math Drills & Math Training: Both of the these apps are ideal because they collect data and help you work on certain numbers at a time. I suggest setting small goals — review one at a time, or group numbers that make sense (i.e.,1s and 10s, 2s and 4s, or 3s and 6s).
Everyday Math Apps: Top It, Fractions, Name That Number, Beat The Computer, Baseball Multiplication – all fun games to support kids of all ages. Some are free, but the ones that aren’t often go on sale!
Jigsaw Puzzle: Put together puzzles and choose the number of pieces. This is an excellent way to work on problem solving skills. Best part – you wont lose any pieces!
Math Slide: A series of multi-player games, designed to help children understand place value & the four operations. Players learn by sliding tiles into the center to match an answer, equation or image. The player who slides their tiles first wins.