36 Math Apps For Elementary School Students From edshelf

by edshelf: Reviews & recommendations of tools for education

As more classrooms adopt mobile devices such as iPads, teachers and technology integrators are faced with the question: “What apps do I install?”

That is quite a hefty question too. There are over 90,000 iOS apps in the Education category of the App Store. Since apps that teachers can use fall into other categories too, the number of choices is well above 100,000. Does your head hurt yet?

Fortunately, there are intrepid technology enthusiasts – like Chris Beyerle – who actively curate collections of apps. A South Carolina math and engineering teacher, Mr. Beyerle has put together this collection of math apps for elementary school students.

Which math apps do you use?

36 Math Apps for Elementary School Students From edshelf

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  • You might like to check out what I think is the best math app for the 7 to 10 age range Vizulator the Visual Calculator. It is absolutely fantastic in the classroom !!!!

  • Another fun app you can add to the educational game list is Candy Andy – Munching Numbers.

    It is a fun math based game where the rules determine how you eliminate candy pieces from the board – be careful, the rules get more challenging as time goes on.

    Join Andy in his journey down the yellow street of sesame to eat all the candies! Do you like brain teasers, brain games, and math games like sudoku? Do you have a analytical and logical mind hungering for problem solving games? This is the perfect number puzzle game for you. Challenging for avid puzzlers, yet easy to learn for the casual gamer.

    It is available for FREE at Google Play –https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digiskygames.candyandy3

    You can also download it for FREE in the iOS App Store –https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/candy-andy-munching-numbers/id901238950?mt=8

  • Hey Mike,

    Thanks for this great share . With latest techniques coming in the education system has become very modern. It is good to see that you are sharing all the latest resources relates to maths. These all will surely help the students.

    I personally think that rather than completely depending on such apps, students must focus on learning through books or good tutors. Sometimes there are doubts which can’t be resolved by any app. At that time a good maths tutor will be helpful.

    At my place i.e. in Sunnyvale,CA there are various expert math tutors who teaching basic math lessons as well as the advanced lessons.

    Regards :

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