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Math Apps

Interactive Telling Time Lite - Learning to tell time is fun

Set the Time to the hour (or change to half hour in settings) & Stop the Clock (counts by 1 minute, but if you use the learning clock, it is good practice with counting)

SlateMath for Kids - Kindergarten and 1st Grade Games

SlateMath forms the foundation of numbers, digit writing, counting, addition, order relation, patterns, parity and problem solving. SlateMath is an iPad app that develops mathematical intuition and skills through playful interaction. The app's 38 activities prepare children for kindergarten and first grade math.

10 Frame Fill

"10 Frame Fill" provides children 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 you determine the answer.

Line 'em Up

Fill in the missing numbers. Many options for number tiles in settings.

Designed to promote kindergarteners' mastery of number order. This app replicates a simple classroom activity in which children place number tiles, 1-100, in order from least to greatest. Options include using 10, 15, or 20 number tiles and beginning the number line at numbers 1-13.

Tell Time - Little Matchups Game

Settings --> Leave only hours turned On if you want

Settings --> Change Max & Min # of items that appear on the screen

Settings --> Turn audio off if you don't want times read aloud to students

Time Teacher Lite - Learn How To Tell Time

Learn: Move the hand on the analog clock or change the time on the digital clock (they will always match) and hear the time read aloud.

Practice: Set the analog clock, set the digital clock, do the analog & digital clocks match

Quiz: 10 question check similar to questions asked in Practice

Count Money - Coin Matching Game for Kids

Little Matchups is an exciting interactive matching game that helps your child rapidly learn how to recognize and identify important concepts.

Butterfly Math Addition

Count butterflies and put the correct number in the cage

Levels of Addition
1 - add 2 numbers and find sum
2- fill in missing addend to make the sentence true
3- fill in both missing addends to make the sentence true

All-in-One Big Trace Combo

Numbers Tracing: tracing numbers zero (0) through fifty (25)

Greater Gator

Greater Gator is an educational math game about comparing numbers. It uses the familiar open-mouthed alligator as a learning tool to help children remember the relationship between the greater than sign and comparatively greater numbers.
Greater Gator is designed to support Common Core standards K.C.C.4, K.C.C.6 and K.C.C.7 - some of the first math standards taught in kindergarten. A strong grasp of these concepts can serve as a foundational building block for future learning.

Tick Tock Clock - Learn How to Tell Time Using Digital and Analog Clock with Roman and Arabic Numerals

In settings, change it to by the hour, 1/2 hour,etc.

Practice, Learn, & Word Problem Activities

Telling Time Quiz - Fun Game to Learn How to Tell Time

Settings --> Timed or Untimed, Set Min & Max # of images

Covers hours, 1/2 hours, 15 min, etc.

K12 Money

K12 Money 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.


* New easy to use interface
* Explore U.S. currency
      o Coins: 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢
      o 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.
* 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. Practice money skills in five unique activities:
Math with Balloons

Fill in addition and subtraction problems with the missing numbers or mathematical symbols to make the sentence true.

Everyday Mathematics® Addition Top It

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. This two-player game runs on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

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! Visual and audio reinforcement of correct and incorrect answers help players master addition facts and comparison skills.

Features of Addition Top-It:
- 2 players (for extra practice, a single player can play as Player 1 and Player 2)
- 8 competitive rounds of play
- Practices basic addition facts from 0 to 10 and comparisons of numbers
- Fully randomized number card deck
- Correct and incorrect answer feedback
- Guided/Unguided play
- Full tutorial
- Compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch

Sushi Monster

Meet Sushi Monster! Scholastic’s new game to practice, reinforce, and extend math fact fluency is completely engaging and appropriately challenging.

Add and subtract within 20

Introducing the new generation of math learning apps powered by handwritten digit recognition. Handwritten input is the most natural for children, no more multiple choice questions or distraction through keyboard input. With our apps kids can better focus on tasks and get a chance to improve their handwriting.

This app was designed to help children to practice and improve their skills in adding and subtracting numbers up to 20. Starting with the most simple problems the difficulty gradually increases when the child makes progress. For a better learning experience the app keeps track of all incorrect answers and repeats those particular math problems more frequently. You can review where your math skills are weaker, this is especially great for parents who want to see where their child may need help and more practice.

Subtract and add up to 10

Intuitive and child friendly app for preschoolers and first graders. On the home page there are several interactive elements to engage children in interacting and experimenting with a touch screen. The numbers and characters as well as the successfully completed tasks are pronounced in English. Parents can see detailed answer statistics.

Caboose Express: Patterns and Sorting for Preschool and Kindergarten

Given 5 objects, sort objects in order from smallest to largest and largest to smallest  (turn on or off narration)

Let's Make Shapes! LITE

Let's Make Shapes! is a fun tracing and drawing application that encourages young kids to explore shapes & colors. In Let's Make Shapes, your child can practice tracing simple shapes, create unique drawings all their own, or play the Draw Along game to reveal a mystery picture! Both textual and verbal cues are used to reinforce learning and make for a fun play experience.


  • Draw a free form picture with shapes.
  • Practice tracing shapes.
  • Reveal a mystery picture in Draw Along mode.
  • Verbal and textual feedback of shapes and colors.
  • Save pictures directly to your Photo library.
  • Bright, encouraging visuals & audio

This free LITE version has only one level of the Shape Tracing game and only one Draw Along mystery picture. If you enjoy Let's Make Shapes! LITE, please consider the full version, also available in the App Store.

TVOKids Sandy Math

Uh oh! Crabby Crab’s sandcastle has been crashed down by the waves! Can you help him fix the sandcastles? This math game, focusing on geometry and spatial sense, teaches preschoolers about 3D figures; their labels, and how they appear when they are rotated.

Everyday Mathematics® Monster Squeeze™

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.
Features of Monster Squeeze:
- 2 players (for extra practice, a single player can play as Player 1 and Player 2)
- 5 competitive rounds of play
- Practices number line concepts and comparisons of numbers
- Customizable number lines: available number lines from 1 to 10, 5 to 15, 10 to 20, 15 to 25, and 20 to 30

123 NUMBER MAGIC Line Matching

Help strengthen 1-10 number concept while having fun!

A.)Matching quantities to quantities using 4 types of counters.

B.)Matching Numerals to quantities using 4 types of counters.

10 fingers +

10 fingers offers children an intuitive game so they can become familiar with numbers and numerals. Children can also begin having fun with addition. The app is inspired by Montessori pedagogy by promoting the acquisition of abstract concepts using concrete manipulation.
10 fingers trains children in:
-The concept of numbers and quantity
-Visual and auditory recognition of numbers
-The concept of addition
-Motor skills

Measure This

Which is longer? Which has more? Which is smaller? Filled with real-life images, this colorful workbook explores comparison and measurement and includes an interactive ruler for hours of measurement fun! This Clever Goats Workbook App also includes a Certificate of Completion, which can be saved and printed.