List/Grid Tag Archives: addition

grandpa

Grandpa in Space

Review Excerpt: Silly yet slightly scientific, this app playfully introduces sets of multiple-choice school readiness exercises with NASA facts and footage about the planets. Content ...
towermath

Tower Math

Review Excerpt: This is a multiple-choice math drill combined with a tower defense game that is fast-paced, multileveled and addicting. Here’s how it works. There’s an approaching ...
10fingers

10 Fingers +

Review Excerpt: Counting with your fingers comes naturally for most children (and adults), and it certainly gives the general concept of “base ten” a nice grounding. The ...
mathbattle

Medieval Math Battle

Review Excerpt: This mashup of violence, gender bias and math facts is designed to make math fact practice fun. For some children it just might work. The story puts a young boy (the ...
pizza

Motion Math: Pizza!

Review Excerpt: This applied math experience gives meaning to those endless math facts. How? By putting you in charge of your own pizza business. In order to keep your customers happy ...
motionmath

Motion Math: Match

Review Excerpt: Using a simple grid consisting of math equations, sets or single numerals, you try to simultaneously touch two or three matching sums at the same time. This type of ...
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Montessori Math: Add & Subtract Large Numbers

Review Excerpt: Designed specifically for children who can already read “large” 2-digit numbers like 12 or 78; on up to 9,999, this Montessori-inspired set of three activities ...
operations

Montessori Math: 1st Operations

Review Excerpt: Maria Montessori would probably have loved this set of innovative activities, especially the number spitting game where you place your fingers on both sides of the multi-touch ...
cosmic

Cosmic Reactor

Review Excerpt: This app turns your iPad into a two player buzzer (players sit face to face with the iPad in the center). The games come with themes like Red Rock Rumble and Dark Planet. ...
moosemath

Moose Math

Review Excerpt: Teachers take note: App number 17 from Duck Duck Moose is designed specifically to cover early elementary (Kindergarten and First Grade) math by way of some solid counting, ...
MathMountain

YodelOh Math Mountain

Review Excerpt: This math drill that takes place in a carnival game. In order to win, you must correctly solve as many problems as possible before Hans the Hiker falls off the cliff. ...
mysterymath

Mystery Math Town

Review Excerpt: Math facts (of the flashcard variety) meet a haunted house in this leveled exploration game. Your mission is to help a friendly ghost rescue the fireflies by exploring ...
zombies

Math vs Zombies

Review Excerpt: This app makes it fun to practice your addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. Here’s how it works: you start out by watching a stream of zombies ...
myscript

MyScript Calculator

Review Excerpt: This app can transform your iPad or Android device into a smart mathematical slate. You start by writing, using your finger, any numeral or mathematical expression, ...
marblemath

Marble Math

Review Excerpt: Following the age-old formula of pairing an addicting game with math facts practice, Marble Math (and it’s little sister, Marble Math Jr.) lets you solve math ...
mathtopiaplus

Mathtopia+

Review Excerpt: Mathtopia+ provides math drills, by putting sums inside a Tetris-like game board. As new numbers drip down the screen, you match the sums as quickly as you can. When ...
ants

Counting Ants Math Adventure

Review Excerpt: This side-scrolling math game lets you collect numbers scattered on the screen, that meet a specific criteria. Players jump from platform to platform collecting the ...
ipad-flood

Math to the Rescue

Review Excerpt: Math drill meets a rescue theme, giving children the chance to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts, covering 1st grade through 5th grade. ...
guppy

Motion Math: Hungry Guppy

Review Excerpt: Designed to zoom in specifically on early math concepts, this fish-feeding app connects your finger with the principal of additive sums. The result is a endless series ...
circuit

Circuit Math

Review Excerpt: Designed for small or large screen play (for iPod Touch/iPhone or iPad), Circuit Math is a math puzzle where you create number pyramids by sliding sums around a pyramid-shaped ...
digit

Little Digits

Review Excerpt:  Little Digits displays numerals on the screen by detecting how many fingers are currently in contact with the glass. Lift up one finger, and the count goes down by ...
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Kindergarten Addition

Review excerpt: This app features eight learning activities designed to demonstrate and teach addition in different ways. The start screen requires no reading and there are visual narrated ...
math

Math Doodles

Review Excerpt: Math Doodles consists of four hand drawn activities: Sums Stacker, Connect Sums, Unknown square and a preview (but functional) version of Splat GoRound. Each lets you ...
finger-math

Finger Math

Review excerpt: What to learn a little “chisenbop?” Here’s your app. This app teaches you how to turn your fingers into a calculator. You start be learning how to ...
alien

MultiAlien

Review excerpt: Your goal in this app is to shoot math answers from the sky. You aim by leaning left or right. To fire, you must choose from three triggers (each with a different number). ...
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MathTastic Addition

Review excerpt: Turn your iPad into a small chalk board and your finger into a piece of chalk, with this addition toolkit.Content starts with single digits and moves you through ten ...
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Numbers League

Review excerpt: Comic book super heroes meet math facts, in this iPad version of the tabletop card game of the same name: Numbers League. Your goal is to rid Infinity City of villains ...
blaster

Math Blaster Hyberblast

Review excerpt: One of the oldest math facts franchises has made a historic move to the multi-touch screen, in this edition of Math Blaster Hyperblast for the iPad. Featuring an outer ...
Picture 10

My First Weighing Exercises HD

Review excerpt: Turn your iPad or iPod Touch into a balance beam scale with this math app. There are three modes of play, each with three challenge levels, and it is possible to alternate ...
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Leapster Explorer: Penguins of Madagascar Operation Plushy Rescue

Review excerpt: Mixing a side-scrolling collecting adventure with multiple-choice workbook problems is nothing new, and this title is no exception. Children guide a Penguin through ...
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Personal Trainer: Math

Review Excerpt: Now you can turn your child’s Nintendo DS into a math learning aide. This title, one of a series of self improvement titles from Nintendo, puts thousands of math ...
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