Free Math Apps
·Free math apps for your iPad.
Last updated 7 years ago
Brought to you by the developers of KidKalc™ with over 2,000 installations worldwide... presents — Flash Times Tables. Learning your times tables is the basis of arithmetic. The 12X12 is in your child's homework almost everyday. Practice makes perfect. Load this up on your iPad and let your child learn. Learn at home, learn in the car, learn while you are out to dinner!
S.M.A.R.T. – the Science Math and Radical Technology Agency - needs your help! The space station has been sabotaged, and the astronauts are desperately trying to keep things working. They need you to use your math skills to repair the science labs and discover who sabotaged the space station. Everyone’s a suspect. Can you save the space station and solve the mystery? We’ve got problems to solve. Let’s go!
Addition Word Problems Overview – This app teaches the foundation for addition word problems using a wide variety of strategies. The app contains one full chapter of animated lessons teaching how to work out word problems in addition. After mastering the skills, move to the Sandbox which creatively interacts with the student to practice wide variety of word problems.
The math game TrioMath lets you challenge your friends in mathematics! Calculate correctly and think strategically. Using the four operations you fight to conquer the game pieces and collect points. Keep in mind that it’s not always the easiest solution that’s the best one to choose in order to win. Being close to previously conquered pieces nets you more points. Don’t forget the bonus pieces! The goal is to collect as many points as possible.
Factor samurai is a great way to learn times tables. You play as the samurai whose sacred duty is to cut all the numbers down to their prime factors. You will be thrown one number after the next, cut them up if they can be factored into smaller values, if not, if they are prime, do not cut them. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be divided into small whole numbers. Two, three, five, seven, eleven, and thirteen are all examples of prime numbers.