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My kindergartner and 5th grade kids have been using this free iphone/ipad app called NumberWhiz. I like it because it's very straightforward, it just simulates the Math flash cards we used as kids. No fancy distracting stuff, just plain addition, subtraction multiplication, division flash cards.

What other educational apps would you folks recommend?
 

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It is good to use such apps, but you have not let your kids to do maths homework by themselves in order to have much knowledge in it. I think there are a number of apps available online today to ease mathematics.
 

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My kindergartner and 5th grade kids have been using this free iphone/ipad app called NumberWhiz. I like it because it's very straightforward, it just simulates the Math flash cards we used as kids. No fancy distracting stuff, just plain addition, subtraction multiplication, division flash cards.

What other educational apps would you folks recommend?
I am obviously biased :) but you should check out the Atlas Mission - an award-winning educational game that helps kids to improve their reading, math, and 21st century skills (like creativity, critical thinking, coding, etc.).
 

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My daughter is studing Math with the teacher from another city by keku.com Very comfortable for us anf the payment is not so high as in our city. She get the main tasks from her teacher and some recomendation for solution. Then her teacher check her works and explain some mistakes. We've been dealing with Math by this way during few years till this time and the results are really high.
 

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We tried quite a few apps on Ios and Kindle. My kids love Smarty Buddy math apps, and we splurged on the Smarty Buddy logics app. We used to love Splash math before they went subscription only. Hope this helps!
 

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If you want students to use mobile apps, why don't you let them use computer instead? They won't be able to use a computer at school and at home, you can be there to guide them. It is a lot better than giving them a phone and they might just play games during class. And besides, there are a lot of good online learning sites such as Khan Academy and StudyPug's trigonometry.:nerd:
 

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ClassDojo is the only app we use in education. It allows managing the coworking between teachers, children, and parents. Due to this app, I can view my child's tasks and achievements and the teacher can share photos, videos, announcements and so on. It's very convenient and easy to use. Here is the description. This stuff helps me to control my kid and help him out with different tasks sometimes.
 

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The Learning Apps. They have got many apps for different subjects including maths which my 3 y/o dd understands very well and also enjoys playing them. They also have a website where I sometimes let my daughter play online maths educational games.
 

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We don't use apps and use websites instead like Beestar. Kids have enjoyed it so far and move on to tougher subjects when they feel like they are ready.
 

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The best math mobile app I remember is Vegetable Maths Masters, the most appropriate application for teaching little children maths. If your child is older than 5 then you should browse androidgo.fun for such Android apps. I've found a lot of useful app stuff there
 

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