Listly by Sharon Matney
A list of FREE math apps for K-5 students.
In this crazy 3D racing game, you get a speed boost for every math problem you solve! The FREE version covers the basics...Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division. Universal app.
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. Universal app.
Learn and practice the fundamental concepts about fractions including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Extensions to fraction include algebra (introduction through Find x questions), decimal and percentage. Two games are provided to make these fraction drills fun. Tic-Tac-Toe is a 2-player game where players take turn to mark the board and work on fractions. Word Galaxy is a single-player game that will flex the left and right hemisphere of the brain while the player solves fraction questions and a word/phrase puzzle. Universal app.
Watch a different animated movie every day, then test your new knowledge with an interactive quiz. Math units include Algebra, Data Analysis, Geometry & Measurement, Numbers & Operations, Probability, and Ratio & Proportion & Percent. To access all the videos, login if your school subscribes to BrainPop. For grades 3-5. Universal app.
Watch a different animated movie every day, then test your new knowledge with an interactive quiz. Math units include Number Sense, Addition & Subtraction, Measurement, Geometry, Time, Money, Data & Probability, Fractions, and Multiplication & Division. To access all the videos, login if your school subscribes to BrainPop. For grades K-3. Universal app.
In this hilarious educational game you will be shown a fraction and your job is estimate the decimal equivalent by placing a nest on a number line. Our hens are mathematical experts and they will fire their eggs towards the correct answer. If your estimate is good the eggs will be caught in the nest but if you’re too far out it all gets very messy. Universal app.
Learn to recognize pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. Learn to count in groups of 5, 10 and 25. Learn to shop and to make change. Universal app.
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. Universal app.
Counting Coins lets you practice working with U.S. pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. You can play in four modes: (1) Match the Value: Try to make the same value as the coins shown using a different combination of coins. (2) Make the Total: Use coins to make the total shown. (3) How Many Cents?: Type the value of the coins shown. (4) Show Values: Drag any amount of coins and show or hide the value. Universal app.
This app teaches kids simple division and long division with remainders. Two Modes: Each mode has 10 levels of difficulty. 1) Practice: Learn how to do long division with remainders starting with simple division. Unlimited problems in every level. 2) Test: Take division tests with 10 problems each in every level. Different problems every time you play. Universal app.
Engage & Learn is a student-focused app that is part of ALL In Learning’s cloud-based instruction and assessment platform. Students can grade their own homework, assessments and utilize content downloaded from the campus’s ALL In Learning Cloud. Student outcomes can be automatically uploaded to their teacher’s instruction center in the ALL In Learning Cloud. Universal app.
McGraw-Hill’s Addition Top-It game offers a quick and easy way to practice and reinforce basic addition facts (0–10) and number comparisons. Players take turns drawing two cards, finding their sums, and then comparing the sums. Players score points for correctly finding their sum, identifying the greater sum, and for having the greater sum. The player with the most points at the end of 8 rounds wins! Universal app.
McGraw-Hill’s Beat the Computer game offers a quick and easy way to practice and reinforce basic multiplication facts (0–10). Players have 20 seconds to answer multiplication fact problems and beat the computer. Players score points for correctly finding the product. The amount of time left on the timer after each correct answer is added to the player’s score. Solve 20 problems to score as many points as you can! Universal app.
The Divisibility Dash game by McGraw-Hill offers a quick and easy way to practice recognizing multiples of a number and applying divisibility tests. Players are presented with a target divisor and number globes in the playing area. They click the number globes to create a two-digit multiple of the divisor and eliminate the number globes. Players earn points for each correct multiple. When players can find no more two-digit multiples for the given target divisor, they click the target divisor button to get a new divisor and release more number globes into the playing area. If the player clicks for a new divisor when the number globes already reach the top of the playing area, the game ends. The objective is for players to earn as many points as possible as they clear and eliminate all number globes from the playing area. Players win by eliminating all 60 globes! Universal app.
The Equivalent Fractions game by McGraw Hill offers a quick and easy way to practice and reinforce fraction concepts and relationships. Players try to match equivalent fractions on cards showing halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths, and twelfths. When cards are matched, they disappear and points are awarded. As cards disappear from the array, the cards behind them become accessible. The game ends when all cards are matched or no more matches can be made. Players earn extra points for making two or more matches in a row. To earn all possible points, players must clear the board! Universal app.
McGraw-Hill’s Monster Squeeze game reinforces number recognition and offers a quick and easy way to practice number line concepts and number comparisons. Players take turns finding the secret number on a number line. In each round, the monster designates a secret number on a number line. Players try to guess this number by clicking one of the numbers. If the number chosen is larger than the secret number, that number and all larger numbers on the number line are covered by the monster. If the number chosen is smaller than the secret number, that number and all smaller numbers on the number line are covered by the monster. Players take turns clicking numbers until one of them identifies the secret number and wins the round. There are a total of 5 rounds in a game. Universal app.
Players take turns rolling two dice, finding their sum, and then matching the sum to one or more numbers in their hand. Every match eliminates that number or numbers from a player’s hand and reduces their score. Players try to eliminate all the numbers in their hand. Play continues until no more sums from the dice can be matched to a number or numbers in a player’s hand. The player with the lowest score wins the game! Universal app.
Learners stretch bands around pegs to form line segments and polygons and make discoveries about perimeter, area, angles, congruence, fractions, and more. Universal app.
The Graphs App allows you to take a quick tutorial on constructing and interpreting graphs. It serves as an excellent first guide and workbook to understand types of graphs including Line Graphs, Bar Graphs and Pie Charts. In addition to this, concepts such as Mean, Mode and Median are also explained in simple terms. Take a test to check your understanding of interpreting graphs and where you stand! Universal app.
Master the Math is an educational game with a focus on the mathematics curriculum for grades 3-8. Featuring over 800 questions from 19 released Virginia SOL tests. Universal app.
Hop on your HyperCycle and discover addition math facts like you’ve never seen them before! Race through levels and obstacles to reach the Alien Boss! Universal app.
MathBoard Addition is a highly configurable math app appropriate for all school aged children learning addition. MathBoard Addition will allow you to configure the app to best match the abilities of your individual child/student. More than just standard drills, MathBoard encourages students to actually solve problems, and not just guess at answers. This is done by providing multiple answer styles, as well as a scratchboard area where problems can be worked out by hand. Students can also turn to MathBoard's Problem Solver for further help. This powerful teaching feature walks students through the steps required to solve equations. Universal app.
Build your very own rockets while playing one of the many fun math missions including Numbers, Telling Time, U.S. Money, 3D Shapes, and Arithmetic. Universal app.
Math Puppy is designed with 3 difficulty levels and 5 game types (Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, All in One) that provide complete coverage of basic math skills. Universal app.
Children enjoy all the fun of a TV game show—as they learn essential math skills! A lively, animated host guides kids along as they practice addition & subtraction, measurement, geometry and more. Game features an optional timer for added challenge, plus optional audio support to help children read the questions and answers. For ages 6-8 years. Universal app.