Five best apps to study math
- Age: 3-7 years
- Goal: To develop mathematical thinking
In this game children travel to different countries, meet unusual characters and learn such concepts as logic, algorithms, set theory, geometric shapes and score.
The game develops spatial thinking perfectly. It has a unique story; cute prizes for the right decisions motivate a kid to continue learning. The application is equipped with interactive instructions for each game; the complexity of tasks adjusts to the individual pace of learning. Also in this app you can see the progress and statistics for each task.
- Age: 4-6 years
- Purpose: Composition of the number
The essence of the game is to put on the ship cargo of a certain weight. This helps to study the composition of the number and to understand the essence of the function of adding. The game clearly shows interconnection between numbers. The application has a very nice design, simple and clear interface and unobtrusive music.
Slice fraction and Slice fraction 2
Age: 5-14 years
This application was created by scientists from the University of Quebec in Montreal; it helps to study math fractions in a playful way. A child has to save a cute mammoth by destroying ice and lava on his way. It is necessary to solve puzzles that consist of fractions – their parts are represented in the form of geometrical figures. The game is made in such a way that a child has to think rather than push the buttons randomly.
- Age: 8-12 years old
- Purpose: Training in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Very simple free simulator. It will be perfect for developing counting skills. The application mechanism is not very helpful in understanding functions but it will allow you to practice a lot. You can set by yourself the necessary parameters for generating examples for different functions – addition, subtraction, division, multiplication or all together. You can also see the statistics of successfully completed tasks and mistakes.
- Age: 7-14 years
- Purpose: Gamification of learning mathematics
It’s a free game played by 50 million students around the world. It contains tasks on all major math topics – it is more than 1400 skills that are learned from first to eighth grade.
You play as a character whose success depends on the right answer. Children can get rewards, participate in quests and to team up to play with friends.