With school projects and class tests upon us once again, finding a few useful resources that may help the kids out can be extremely beneficial. With the world of technology growing with each and every day, the availability of fantastic learning resources online increases exponentially.
Many kids struggle with maths from a young age and a helping hand along the way could be exactly what they need. With kids more tech savvy than ever, they love to get their hands on smartphones and tablets and will love exploring the world of online learning in this way. Here we outline three of the best apps to help your kids out with their maths skills:
Math Puppy is a fun bingo game for kids to teach them basic maths skills. Suitable for children of all ages, Math Puppy allows kids to master their maths skills in a fun and supportive environment. Kids will love the cute puppy cartoons throughout the game, encouraging them to continuously improve.
PopMath Basic Math
PopMath is a simple game, allowing kids to master their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills. Pairs of bubbles float on the screen, with the goal being to pop each pair at each level. Kids are rewarded with fun sounds and end of level animations to keep them motivated and entertained.
Available in android version here
Khan Academy is an extremely successful non profit educational organisation offering users access to thousands of micro lectures, video tutorials and practice problems for free. The website covers a wide range of subjects, including maths. This app now allows kids to use Khan Academy on a smartphone or tablet.
Viewer for Khan Academy available in android version here
Visit the Khan Academy website here
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