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elementary math apps

Jul 24, 2012 - studypadinc.com - 1755
Best Math Apps for 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade

Looking for additional Math Practice for your kid? Try Splash Math App for iPhone and iPad. Get Splash Math's Interactive Math Apps. It's an App for Kids

Sep 15, 2012 by Teaching Table - itunes.apple.com - 2205
Teaching Table | Digital Math Manipulatives

Teaching Table is a set of digital math manipulatives designed for the iPad. Teachers can create and share interactive math lessons.

Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1710
Virtual Manipulatives! for iPad on the iTunes App Store

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Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1755
Sketchpad Explorer for iPad on the iTunes App Store

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Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 2070
Motion Math HD for iPad on the iTunes App Store

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Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1575
App Store - MathTappers: ClockMaster - a math game to help children learn to read clocks

Get MathTappers: ClockMaster - a math game to help children learn to read clocks on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.

Jul 24, 2012 - theappgate.com - 1710
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Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 2048
App Store - Pizza Fractions: Beginning With Simple Fractions

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Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 2025
App Store - Lobster Diver

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Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1620
Tribbs Lite for iPad on the iTunes App Store

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Jul 24, 2012 - motionmathgames.com - 1913
Motion Math Zoom | Motion Math - Play with numbers!

Motion Math Zoom (for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch) features the most interactive number line of all time. The intuitive pinch gesture on iDevices allows kids to navigate among concrete objects (animals) that represent abstract numbers: from dinosaurs in the thousands to amoebas in the thousandths. Click to learn more. GET IT NOW! Download on your iPad, iPhone or iPod!

Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 2115
App Store - Math Drills Lite

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Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1643
App Store - Number Line

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Jul 24, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 2205
App Store - Teaching Number Lines

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Jul 25, 2012 - mobimaths.com - 1620
MobiMaths | Adding up to a great learning experience
Aug 27, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1868
Motion Math: Wings

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Nov 12, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1980
MathTappers: Find Sums – a math game to help children learn basic facts for addition and subtraction

MathTappers: Find Sums is a simple game designed to help learners to make sense of addition (and subtraction as a related operation), and then to support them in developing accuracy and improving their speed.For Parents:There are two modes provided to support your child as they play the game. The first mode is designed for younger learners and uses a picture of a grid in which apples are placed and both apples and blank spaces can easily be counted. The goal is to choose a pair of numbers that cause all of the un-shaded spaces to be filled with apples. The second mode uses a symbolic part-part-whole model designed to help older learners to efficiently and accurately recognize addition and subtraction facts. In this mode the goal is to pick two numbers that when placed in the top spaces add together to equal the value in the bottom space.The focus should always be on sense-making and accuracy before speed. Ask your child to explain how they know what the other number should be and what strategies they are using. Remember that this game is not intended to replace instruction – but rather to supplement it with a self-paced activity to support mastery and fluency.Mastering the concepts of addition and subtraction and building fluency in recalling the basic associations presented in this game are essential to success in later mathematics. Fluency is an individual attribute – challenge yourself with the game to get a sense of what levels of fluency you might expect your child to achieve.For Educators:MathTappers: Find Sums is designed to help learners to master basic addition and subtraction facts with understanding and then to encourage them to continue playing to develop efficient strategies and eventually improve their recall speed (fluency). This app doesn’t rely on the ‘magic’ of flash cards but rather presents useful models to support learners as they make sense of addition and subtraction. Although the game appears to be focused only on addition – subtraction is an inherent part of their activity and learning. Learners using this app are developing a sense of the relationship between two addends and a sum - providing them with opportunities to master both addition and subtraction facts concurrently. You cannot really understand that 7+3=10 or 3+7=10 without also understanding the rest of the fact family – i.e., that 10-7=3 and 10-3=7. It is expected that working with groups of fact families that share a common sum (e.g., sum to 10) will help learners to make connections between these families and synergistically enhance their mastery process.About:Design: Tim Pelton & Leslee Francis PeltonProgramming: Mike Anderson, Chris Rail & Garrett ReimerThe designers of the MathTappers Apps are math educators and researchers seeking to create simple games that will help learners to make sense of mathematics one concept at a time. In each App we try to present at least one useful visual model to support learners as they strive to master the challenges presented. The regular version of each app is provided to users for free and is designed to be useful as-is. In addition, most MathTappers Apps offer an option to expand the feature set for a minimal fee. Revenues received from these upgrades will be used to support research on the educational utility of MathTappers Apps and further refinement and expansion of the MathTappers App collection.Current MathTappers Apps include:MathTappers: Clock Master – learn to tell timeMathTappers: Fraction Estimation – make sense of fraction sums and differencesMathTappers: Find Sums – learn basic facts for addition and subtractionPlease visit MathTappers.com to find helpful videos and learn more about our new and upcoming applications.Play, Explore and Understand!

Nov 12, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1755
MathTappers: Numberline - a math game to help children learn whole numbers, integers & real numbers

MathTappers: Numberline is a learning game that challenges players to find the locations of numbers on a numberline. This game allows players to develop their understanding of our number system and their proportional reasoning skills by giving them an opportunity to consider the relative positions of whole, integer and real numbers on a numberline.Design: Tim Pelton, Leslee Francis Pelton & Mike AndersonProgramming: Mike Anderson The designers of the MathTappers apps are math educators and researchers seeking to create simple games that will help learners to make sense of mathematics one concept at a time. We have designed MathTappers apps to support students in learning mathematics by providing relevant visual models, focused content linked games, progress reports and helpful suggestions for parents and educators.The MathTappers motto is: Play, Explore, Understand!Current MathTappers Apps include:MathTappers: Clock Master - learn to tell time MathTappers: Estimate Fractions - make sense of fraction sums and differences MathTappers: Find Sums - learn basic facts for addition and subtractionMathTappers: Multiples - learn basic facts for multiplication and divisionMathTappers: Equivalents - master equivalent fractions, decimals and percentsMathTappers: Carbon Choices - examine your personal carbon footprintMathTappers: Number Line - explore the relative positions of numbers on a lineLook for these upcoming apps:MathTappers: Speed Gauge - measure speed and distance of moving objectsMathTappers: Probability Lab - explore random distributions and probabilityMathTappers: Base 10 Blocks - make sense of numbers from millions to millionthsPlease visit www.MathTappers.com for more up to date information.

Nov 12, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1823
MathTappers: Multiples - a math game to help children learn basic facts for multiplication and division

While flashcards have some utility in helping people memorize, they are best used afterwe have mastered a topic and need to build fluency – they are not magic and won’tsupport the development of understanding on their own. MathTappers: Multiples is asimple game designed first to help learners to make sense of multiplication and divisionwith whole numbers, and then to support them in developing fluency while maintainingaccuracy.The designers of the MathTappers apps are math educators and researchers seeking tocreate simple games that will help learners to make sense of mathematics one concept ata time. We have designed MathTappers apps to support students in learning mathematicsby providing relevant visual models, focused content and helpful suggestions for parentsand educators.Our motto is: Play, Explore, Understand!Current MathTappers Apps include:MathTappers: Clock Master – learn to tell timeMathTappers: Estimate Fractions – make sense of fraction sums and differencesMathTappers: Find Sums – learn basic facts for addition and subtractionMathTappers: Multiples – learn basic facts for multiplication and divisionVisit MathTappers.com for more information.

Nov 12, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 2093
MathTappers: Estimate Fractions -

MathTappers: Fraction Estimation is designed to help learners to build their intuitive understanding of fractions by helping them to relate fractions (both symbols and pictures) to the nearest half (e.g., 0, ½ 1, 1½, 2, etc.) and then to extend their understanding by challenging them to use fraction estimates in addition and subtraction problems. Learners should be able to master the challenges in this app before moving on to formal operations with fractions. This app does not replace instruction or tutoring – but rather it supports such. We recommend that this app be used in conjunction with classroom or tutoring activities to support consolidation, mastery and fluency through a series of manageable challenges.Fractions are in our everyday language and learners often develop a clear understanding of simple fractions (e.g., ½ or ¼) and simple problems using words and objects. If these fraction ideas, words and operations are sensible to your child – it is because they have learned them in context and have had an opportunity to make sense of them. Fraction symbols and operations may be difficult for learners to master because they often don’t have sufficient opportunities to work with and make sense of the fraction-symbol relationship and symbolic operations are often presented and mastered as rote ‘magical’ procedures without full understanding. If a child can’t estimate size of a fraction or the sum or difference of two fractions then they won’t be able to check the reasonableness of their answers and any mastery that they may appear to have attained will have a very shaky foundation.For Educators:The purpose of this app is to support learners as they are developing their understanding of fraction symbols by emphasizing sense-making through estimation and the use of visual models. Evidence suggests that if learners are taught formulas and procedures before they develop understanding, then they may not be motivated to spend the effort needed to make sense of what they are doing. We want to support sense-making before procedural mastery.This app is not intended to be mastered in one shot – rather levels should be assigned judiciously to support classroom learning activities. After introducing each fraction idea (fraction estimation, and estimation of sums and differences) in a classroom presentation, explanation or discussion this app may be used in small group and individual activities to support exploration, sense-making, consolidation and remediation.About:Design: Tim Pelton & Leslee Francis PeltonProgramming: Mike Anderson & Garrett ReimerThe designers of the MathTappers Apps are math educators and researchers seeking to create simple games that will help learners to make sense of mathematics one concept at a time. In each App we try to present at least one useful visual model to support learners as they strive to master the challenges presented. The regular version of each app is provided to users for free and is designed to be useful as-is. In addition, most MathTappers Apps offer an option to expand the feature set for a minimal fee. Revenues received from these upgrades will be used to support research on the educational utility of MathTappers Apps and further refinement and expansion of the MathTappers App collection.Current MathTappers Apps include:MathTappers: Clock Master – learn to tell timeMathTappers: Fraction Estimation – make sense of fraction sums and differencesMathTappers: Find Sums – learn basic facts for addition and subtractionPlease visit MathTappers.com to find helpful videos and learn more about our new and upcoming applications.Play, Explore and Understand!

Nov 13, 2012 - itunes.apple.com - 1980
5 Dice: Order of Operations Game By Justin Holladay

A math game intended for upper elementary and middle school students that helps students enjoy practicing their order of operations. The game encourages students to use higher order thinking to solve the "target" number by working backwards given the answer but not the equation. The best feature about this simple math game is that teachers are able to receive immediate feedback of their students’ progress through email.Key Features:- Higher order thinking game (not a drill and kill game)- Progress reports can be sent to the teacher (making formative assessment easy)- A whiteboard build into the game to make a way for students to work out problems- Easy to extend beyond the one player game to a classroom setting.- Comes with printable game sheets, making preparation for lessons simpleAre you the best shot? Can you solve problems involving multiple steps and multiple operations? A fun interactive game to help middle school students master and understand how order of operations in math work.This math game is made for students at different age groups and skill levels. For example an elementary student could use simple addition and subtraction to achieve the target where as a middle school student could perform complex combinations of many operations to reach the target.Math Games and AssessmentThis area is one of my passions, and I think one of the least explored and emphasized area in education. One of my biggest goals with these math apps is to create and figure out a way to implement formative assessment strategies into math games so teachers can have a better understanding of how their students are doing. This game has a built in reporting feauture that informs the teacher how the student is doing and how much time they spend playing the game.What Some Teachers have said about the Print Version of this game:This is a wonderful game. It has everything needed, and it will be a wonderful learning experience for the children. - Missy PowersGreat center activity. Simple to prepare yet more challenging to play as opposed to simply putting numbers in order. Just what I was looking for. Thanks. - Heather White

Jan 19, 2013 - itunes.apple.com - 1890
Counting Bills & Coins By K12 Inc.

Counting Bills & Coins lets you practice identifying and solving math problems with money. Count, match, and make change with coins up to quarters and bills up to $20. Practice money skills in five unique activities:(1) Counting Money: Type the total of the coins and bills you see.(2) Show Me the Money: Drag bills and coins to make the total shown.(3) Making Change: Drag bills and coins to give customers change for their purchases.(4) Matching Amounts: Make the amount shown by using a different combination of bills and coins.(5) Show Values: Drag coins and bills to count up, and then check your answer.Perfect for younger students who are just learning what pennies, nickels, and dollars are and for more advanced students who want to practice making change up to $99.Features: * Explore U.S. currency. * Coins: 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢ * Bills: $1, $5, $10, $20 * Choose to work with coins only or coins and bills. * Choose up to three difficulty levels to see front or front and back of money and solve more difficult problems.Counting Bills & Coins was created by K12 Inc. as part of its comprehensive math curriculum. Learn more at http://www.k12.com/what-is-k12/.For help with technical problems, email mobile@k12.com.

Sep 26, 2013 - itunes.apple.com - 1733
Thinking Blocks Addition

Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Thinking Blocks Addition on the App Store. Download Thinking Blocks Addition and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.