Top 13 Best Math Apps Parents May Consider Installing For Their Kids (Part 2)
Jyotis - Aug 11, 2019
This list of the 13 best math apps may be helpful to both teachers and parents who are looking for a good math app for their children.
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In part 1, we have known the first 6 of the best math apps parents may consider installing for their kids. All of these apps can be easily found on the Apple App Store, Google Store, or Web. In the next part, we will continue with 7 other math apps.
7. Rocket Math
With the Rocket Math app, users will need to manufacture their rockets and launch them into the outer space by completing math missions.
According to the app’s author Dr. Don Crawford, it is developed to equip math facts to children via many various operations.
As one of the best math apps for children, Rocket Math includes 26 levels categorized according to the alphabet, from A to Z. Each level contains 03 achievements including takeoff, orbit, and the universe.
In case players can’t give an answer for a math fact within 03 seconds, Mission Control will help answer. In addition, teachers can create a Rocket Math account and purchase seats for their students. Meanwhile, parents just need to access the App Store and choose one of the following apps: Add at Home or Multiply at Home.
The app is now available for $2.99 on the App Store and it is a good choice for children from 6 to 14 years old.
8. Splash Math
It’s no doubt that Splash Math takes one slot in the list of the best math apps for children. It doesn’t just provide multiple single-grade applications but it also has another version called All Grades that allows users to be acquainted with math content for kids from 1st grade to 5th grade. In other words, if children complete math skills for the 2nd grade, they can challenge themselves with higher skills.
Splash Math is built based on curriculum and includes up to 351 math skills which must enhance your kids’ knowledge and improve their self-learning skills.
Parents can leverage Parent Connect App to update their kids’ progress improvements, as well as skill completions.
The app is now available on both App Store and Web and it is said to be suitable for kids from 4 to 14 years old. Users can conduct in-app purchases for $7.99-$59.99.
9. Twelve a Dozen
The provider of high-quality games, Touch Press Games, is the one to introduce the math game to global users. With Twelve a Dozen, children will experience fun and highly educational games that help them to boost a variety of skills in math, science, and reading.
Take part in the adventures of Twelve – the numeric hero – to discover a number universe.
In this game, players partner with Twelve to save her family, as well as the Dozenopolis world out of the Ultimate Prime. To do that, they have to apply their knowledge relating to principle math concepts to handle puzzles.
The free app is only available on the App Store and aims at users from 8 to 14 years old.
10. Operation Math
Similar to many other best math apps, the app brings players to the adventures to discover the math knowledge by searching for the advanced spy device to beat Mr. Odd. One of the most attractive things in Operation Math is that players will have a chance to travel on a large map, from the pyramids in Egypt to the streets in Paris.
There are up to 105 missions and each of them includes many diverse skill levels and math operations.
If you are a newbie, you should access the reference math tables to get help. The Operation Math app is now available on the two most renown platforms including Google Play Store and Apple App Store. It aims at children from 6 to 12 years old. It is sold for just $3.99.
11. Motion Math
With the math game, students will soon overcome the most difficult standards of K-9. Inspired by growth mindset research, Motion Math aims to help them to broaden their math understanding.
The steps to begin with this game are rather simple. Accordingly, teachers need to sign up and offer an access code to their students, and next, students can join more than 900 math levels, from number line, decimals, fractions, percents, to word problems, mental math, and operations.
It is now available on the Apple App Store and Web and developed for children from 4 to 14 years old. Additionally, teachers can try the free pilot version before actually buying it.
12. Math Learning Center
Math Learning Center includes 11 apps developed according to visual models of a PK-5 curriculum called Bridges in Mathematics. With this curriculum, teachers can instruct their students more efficiently based on the Common Core State Standards.
Math Learning Center, in fact, has a lot of differences with other prominent math apps in the list, but it also offers a digital replacement to conventional worksheets and flashcards.
Here are math apps Math Learning Center provides: Geoboard, Fractions, Money pieces, Math vocabulary cards, Number line, Number frames, Number pieces, Pattern shapes, Partial product finder, and Number rack.
It is now free to download and available on both the Apple App Store and Web. It aims at users from 4 to 11 years old.
DragonBox is a group of many various apps inclusive of addition, subtraction, number, division, multiplication, geometry, algebra, and more.
When it comes to their method, DragonBox said it “is a unique approach that uses motivation-based learning techniques to give children a deeper understanding of how and why things work.”
How DragonBox helps students from 4 to 14 years old learn mathematics is offering many diverse activities to them, and they can be acquainted, discover, as well as apply math knowledge they have learnt and practiced.
DragonBox is now available on both Google Play and the Apple App Store and costs from $4.99 to $24.99.
Hopefully, this list of the 13 best math apps may be helpful to both teachers and parents who are looking for a good math app for their children.