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Math Resources for the iPad and on the Web

Here is a link from Mrs. Snow for Common Core Math Vocabulary Cards.  "These can be used for word walls, etc.  Just find the grade level you need and start printing!" -Roxanne LINK

Math Apps for iPad:
Math Ninja by Razeware LLC FREE from the iTunes Store, 
There are three levels of play: Easy, Normal, Ninja.  Operations include addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.  You can select one operation or a combination of the four.
To learn more, click on this link LINK

Math vs Zombies by TapToLearn Software FREE from the iTunes Store 
This app is for addition only.  You can do one, two, and three digits.  To turn zombies back to humans you must answer the math fact correctly.  Includes spooky music!
To learn more, click on this link LINK

Splash Math by StudyPad, FREE abbreviated version from the iTunes Store
Available for grades K-5 but the version reviewed was the 3rd grade version.  Select the operation you want to do and then choose the fact family.  There are 10 facts in a set.  The full version is $9.99. Kids earn sea creatures for their aquarium when they answer the facts correctly.  They can use earned points to play a game, make their sea creatures dance to music and more. There are also Splash Math apps for Time, Money.  There is a free 7 day trial if you want to try the full version.
To learn more, click on this link LINK

My Times Tables by Who Made This, FREE from the iTunes Store
This is a very simple app to practice multiplication and divisiion.
To learn more, click on this link LINK

Play 19x19 by Blue Onion Soft
This is another very simple app for multiplication facts, similar to using flashcards.  The free version is limited to x9, x12, x19. Factors are multiplied by 2, 3, 4, and 5 only.
To learn more, click this link LINK

Math Champions by Nicolas Lehovetzki
This app includes building symmetrical figures, counting the missing cubes, and operations.
To learn more, click on this link LINK

Math Web Games:
Math games from PBS featuring favorite characters like the Cat in the Hat, Curious George and Clifford. For ages 3-6.  LINK

Sheppard Software has some simple math games to practice the basics.  I had a lot of fun with Bubble Math and MonkeyDrive!  LINK

Math Playground includes games you can play online with other players.  LINK

Free rice lets players earn 10 grains of rice for each correct answer.  Rice is donated to the poor through the World Food Programme.  (Thanks Mrs. Boukary.) LINK

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