Mobile Apps - Mathematics
All Apps are IOS and only include an Android version if there is a link listed in the description or as an additional app below the iOS version.
Fraction Mash allows students to create hilarious and dazzling photo mashups while exploring fraction concepts. Educators can inspire learners to explore and use mathematical concepts involving fractions as they make hilarious and complex photo mashups. Sign up for a free account to access lesson plans, inspirations, and join a community of educators making inspiring learning experiences. Swap parts of your friend’s face with a cat. Mix your teacher’s face with your favorite celebrity. Believe it or not, you’re doing math. Making mashups is breaking the pictures into fractional parts. Use fractions to manipulate the size and number of the pieces that appear in the final creation. You’ll naturally reason with fractions while making pictures worth sharing.
Choreo Graph allows students to turn photos into animations and explore math concepts as you go with a powerful and fun animation studio. Choreo Graph was inspired by dance and choreography to learn and explore math. Coordinate geometry, angles, translations have never been this fun! Educators: inspire learners to explore and use mathematical concepts from coordinate geometry, angles, rotations and translations as they make animations from simple dance moves to complex scenes. Sign up for a free account to access lesson plans, inspirations, and join a community of educators making inspiring learning experiences with Noticing Tools.
10 Frame Fill provides students practice with recognizing additive "10 Families" (e.g., 1 and 9, 2 and 8, etc.). Set the 10 Frame to fill in sequence or randomly. Use contrasting color chips to fill the 10 frame as users determine the answer. Select to show a corresponding number sentence. FREE iOS Only
Virtual Manipulatives use photos and an interactive white board to work with manipulatives in fractions, percents, and decimals. easy to manipulate for all ages. NOT A GAME, used for instruction and modeling. iOS only
Math Snacks HD is a math video app with 5 videos and includes learner's guides, comic book transcripts, and teacher's guides. Topics include Ratios, Number lines, units and proportions and scale factors.
Ratio Rumble supports mathematical learning about equivalent ratios, and is relevant to topics such as:
Identifying ratios when used in a variety contextual situations, Providing visual representations of ratios, Solving common problems or communicating by using rate Explaining why ratios and rates naturally relate to fractions and decimals. iOS currently only $1.99
Slice it - is a fast, fun puzzle with a Geometric Flair! "Slice It!" is all about slicing shapes into pieces that are equal in size.
Sound easy? It may start out that way, but soon students be cutting shapes that will puzzle users like never before. Brain teasing puzzles: over 200 Basic Stages in the free platform.
Sushi Monster is a game to practice, reinforce, and extend math fact fluency is completely engaging and appropriately challenging.
Strengthen reasoning strategies for whole number addition and multiplication by helping monsters make a target sum or product. Earn points with each correct answer… but watch out for distractions! To be successful, plan ahead and strategically select numbers from the sushi counter. 12 CAREFULLY SEQUENCED LEVELS
- 7 addition levels
- 5 multiplication levels
- 4 rounds in each level
- 14 target numbers per round
- Replay each round with new numbers
Volumize allows students to build 3D models of things they see in the real world, and explore the relationships between surface area and volume in a powerful and fun 3D modeling environment. Educators can inspire learners to think in 3D space and explore concepts of surface area and volume as they build complex shapes from simple components. Sign up for a free account to access lesson plans, inspirations, and join a community of educators making inspiring learning experiences.
Sizewise allows students to explore ratios and proportions while making funny pictures that make things look wildly bigger and smaller than they really are. Educators can inspire learners to explore and use mathematical concepts from coordinate geometry, angles, rotations and translations as they make animations from simple dance moves to complex scenes. Sign up for a free educator account to access lesson plans, inspirations, and join a community of educators making inspiring learning experiences. Size Wise uses “forced perspective” photography to invite kids to reason proportionally—if they want to make something appear half as big on the screen, they need to place it twice as far away. Measurement, data, and writing functions in the tool help you create their own forced perspective photographs while manipulating and noticing ratios and proportions that connect the size of the images on the screen with their distance from the camera.
Thinking Blocks Addition teaches children how to model and solve word problems involving addition and subtraction. In this interactive tutorial, children are introduced to 6 problem solving models. The models help children organize information and visualize number relationships. iOS only
Number Frames is an app that Use standard 5-, 10-, 20-, and 100-frames, or create custom frames up to 12 x 12. Choose from a variety of counters and colors. Drag single counters — or stacks of 5 and 10 — into frames or on to the workspace. Apply a 5s grid to frames to emphasize every 5th line and reinforce grouping by five. Use the drawing tools to annotate work and show understanding. Write equations and expressions with the math text tool.
Pick a Path is an app created by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics' App to test students skills with powers of ten, negative numbers, fractions, decimals, and more. iOS version
Pick a Path --- ANDROID VERSION Same as the app above, just a different icon on the Google play store.
Moose math teaches counting, addition, subtraction, sorting, geometry and more. While playing 5 multi-level activities in the Moose Juice Store, Puck’s Pet Shop and Lost & Found, kids can earn rewards to help build their own city and decorate buildings.
1) MOOSE JUICE: Make smoothies while practicing counting, addition and subtraction
2) PAINT PET: Match the pets by counting the number of dots
3) PET BINGO: Solve addition, subtraction and counting problems to get BINGO
4) LOST & FOUND: Learn and sort through shapes and colors
5) DOT TO DOT: Help the Dust Funny find his way home by joining the dots