2nd Grade Math: Splash Math Worksheets for iOS Mathematics

Splash Math is a fun and innovative way to practice math. With 13 chapters covering over 180 math skills and an endless supply of problems, it is by far the most comprehensive math workbook in the app store.

5 Dice for iOS Mathematics

Math game that involves higher level thinking. Students have to construct an equation with the result equal to the target number. The student or team rolls 5 dice by shaking the device. Then the values are used to construct an equation with the given end result.

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Counting Money for iOS Mathematics

Students are challenged to count the coins presented. In practice mode, the question must be answered correctly to proceed to the next question. In quiz mode, there is only one opportunity to answer each question. This game has two levels. A timer can be set and each quiz is graded.

Einstein Math Academy for Android Mathematics

Use the numbers to find an equation that works. Use the colored number to gain more points. This app has 5 levels: toddler (K), 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade.

Do arithmetic and formulas with math operators of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Playing the game is easy (finding equation that works), but mastering it is hard due to the cleverly crafted scoring system. Make strategical decisions and improve skills to plan ahead.
Each equation found adds to your score with a base score that's multiplied by a bonus:
1. Use the silver and gold pieces to increase base score
2. Use the center colored number (previous answer) to increase bonus multiplier

Everyday Mathematics Addition Top It for iOS Mathematics

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.

- 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

It is a paid app but is often on sale or free depending on when you search on the App Store.

Everyday Mathematics Baseball Multiplication 1-12 Facts for iOS Mathematics

Two players, representing 2 teams, play a 3-inning baseball game as they practice their 1–12 multiplication facts. The players take turns at bat. On most turns, the player at bat is pitched a pair of numbers. The player multiplies the numbers and then enters the product on a keypad. If the answer is correct, the batter hits a single, double, triple, or home run. On some turns, the pitch will result in an out instead of a pair of numbers. After 3 outs, it is the other player’s turn at bat. After 3 innings, the player with the most runs wins!

Features of Baseball Multiplication 1–12 Facts:
- 2 players (for extra practice, a single player can play as Player 1 and Player 2)
- 3 innings of competitive game play
- Practices basic multiplication facts from 1 to 12
- Correct and incorrect answer feedback
- Guided/Unguided play
- Full tutorial

It is a paid app but is often on sale or free depending on when you search on the App Store.

Everyday Mathematics Beat the Computer Multiplication for iOS Mathematics

Two players, representing 2 teams, play a 3-inning baseball game as they practice their 1–6 multiplication facts. The players take turns at bat. On most turns, the player at bat is pitched a pair of numbers. The player multiplies the numbers and then enters the product on a keypad. If the answer is correct, the batter hits a single, double, triple, or home run. On some turns, the pitch will result in an out instead of a pair of numbers. After 3 outs, it is the other player’s turn at bat. After 3 innings, the player with the most runs wins!

Features of Baseball Multiplication 1–6 Facts:
- 2 players (for extra practice, a single player can play as Player 1 and Player 2)
- 3 innings of competitive game play
- Practices basic multiplication facts from 1 to 6
- Correct and incorrect answer feedback
- Guided/Unguided play
- Full tutorial
- Compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch

It is a paid app but is often on sale or free depending on when you search on the App Store.

Everyday Mathematics Divisibility Dash for iOS Mathematics

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!

Features of Divisibility Dash:
- 19 divisors and 60 number globes give players abundant practice with finding multiples and determining divisibility
- Fully randomized number globes
- Onscreen indicator shows progress in the game
- Correct and incorrect answer feedback
- Full tutorial
- Compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch

It is a paid app but is often on sale or free depending on when you search on the App Store.

Everyday Mathematics Name that Number for iOS Mathematics

Players use five number tiles to build number sentences that equal a target number. Players can name the target number by adding, subtracting, multiplying, and/or dividing the numbers using as many tiles as possible. The more tiles the player uses, the more points he or she earns. There are a total of 5 rounds in a game. Visual and audio reinforcement of correct and incorrect answers helps players master math facts and order of operations.

Features of Name That Number:
- 5 rounds of play
- Practices computation and order of operations
- Correct and incorrect answer feedback
- Guided/Unguided play
- Full tutorial
- Compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch

It is a paid app but is often on sale or free depending on when you search on the App Store.