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Zap Zap Kindergarten Math

Zap Zap Kindergarten Math

Zap Zap Math Kindergarten is a fun way for your young ones to get their practice time in. With three game modes to pick from, you fly a rocket around space to pick different planets. Each planet has various scenes. In short, if you need a way for your kids to practice adding/subtracting, counting, and recognizing shapes, this is a great solution. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zap-zap-kindergarten-math/id1227627602   Further Details The game features great graphics throughout. However, one thing to note is that you…

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Quick Math Jr.

Quick Math Jr.

This game was truly designed with schools in mind from the very beginning! Quick Math Jr. includes 9 mini games, each one targeting one of the US Common cores. Bonus The game also has an app for the Apple Watch, which lets you check the progress of your students quickly.   Price: $8.99 https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quick-math-jr./id926078360?mt=8    

Endless Numbers

Endless Numbers

From the moment we opened Endless Numbers, we knew it was going to be a great experience! From fun animations to silly sound effects, Endless Numbers can keep your young ones entertained while teaching them about numbers! In the game, you go through many levels, each time a number is emphasized. For example, after dragging each individual element of 1 + 4 into place, 5 appears, snoring loudly, and you must tap on the 5 eyes to wake 5 up….

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Math Be Nimble +

Math Be Nimble +

It’s summer time, and your children likely could use some practice on their arithmetic! One great feature of Math Be Nimble + is the ability to add multiple profiles, which can be especially useful in a class room setting. Availability iOS (Universal App) Android (Google Play) Kindle Fire Video Demo:

Love to Count 2. Times Tables and Fractions

Love to Count 2. Times Tables and Fractions

Although “Love to Count 2. Times Tables and Fractions” is an unusually long name, it’s worth your consideration! To keep your students interested, it uses a medieval theme throughout the entire game. What specifically will your students work on? Time, multiplication, division, decimals, and fractions. One feature that stands out for the teachers and parents alike is the ability to track the progress of your children.