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Working with Money

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Counting Bills & Coins


Price: Free
Device: iPad, iPod
Description: Counting Bills & Coins lets you practice identifying and solving math problems with money. Count, match, and make change with coins up to quarters and bills up to $20. Practice money skills in five unique activities:

(1) Counting Money: Type the total of the coins and bills you see.
(2) Show Me the Money: Drag bills and coins to make the total shown.
(3) Making Change: Drag bills and coins to give customers change for their purchases.
(4) Matching Amounts: Make the amount shown by using a different combination of bills and coins.
(5) Show Values: Drag coins and bills to count up, and then check your answer.

Perfect for younger students who are just learning what pennies, nickels, and dollars are and for more advanced students who want to practice making change up to $99.
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Coin Math Free


Price: Free
Device: iPad, iPod
Description: Learn to recognize pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. Learn to count in groups of 5, 10 and 25. Learn to shop and to make change. Great for learning coins.
*This is not the full version.
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Count Money


Price: $0.99
Device: iPad, iPod
Description: A fun simple matching game to learn to count and recognize coins.
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Making Change


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: Here is a sample shop for your children to grow up, suitable for kids from 4 - 9 years old. Children will recognize the bills and coins. After the customer pays the bill, your children can try to find out the exact change to pay back!
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Lil' Kitten Shopping Cart Game


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: Train your kids to shop and save money while having a lot of fun with Lil' Kitten Shopping Cart Game! In full-color, high-resolution graphics, this new app for iPad will surely be a hit with the little ones as they pick up groceries from supermarket racks and later buy cute little toys with their savings.
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Amazing Coin


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Amazing Coin is a fun and educational game for kids to practice identifying and solving math problems with coins. It will teach your kids how to recognize, count, add, pay and make change with coins.


Math Basics

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Math Magic


Price: $0.99
Device: iPad, iPod
Description: Math Magic uses a combination of your choice of vibrant colours, simple interface and a reward system of stars to encourage and teach kids between the ages of 3 and 8. It’s really easy to use. The child simply has to tap on an answer to solve the problem. Whether they get the answer right or not, a real voice expresses appreciation for the child choosing a response. Once the correct answer has been achieved, just shake your iPhone or iPod Touch and a new math problem will appear. Five successful answers results in a colored star as a reward. Math Magic lets you adjust the levels to customize them for your child. Set the maximum numbers to 5, 10 or 20. You can also set the timer to see how many problems can be solved within a specific time frame.
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Lobster Diver


Price: Free
Device: iPad, iPod
Description: Throw on your diving helmet, and head into the depths of the sea! Dive off the coast of Maine for lobster traps - you might even snatch the elusive blue lobster. But watch out for that pesky electric eel! Ideal for middle school and upper elementary students, grades 3-8. Addresses number and operations standards established by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), including:
  • Understand numbers, ways of representing numbers, and number systems.
  • Understand and represent commonly used fractions.
  • Understand fractions as part of unit wholes and as locations on number lines.
  • Compare and order fractions, and find their approximate locations on the number line.
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Math Blaster


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: A game that's fun and educational?? Yes! MathBlaster combines the fun of arcade style blasting gameplay with math equations to provide a new educational experience. Work out the sum and blast away at the answer...but watch out for the missile heading straight for you. Swerve, slide and twist to evade your enemy. But beware... you have a limited number of lives. MathBlaster is a game where players shoot the spaceship with the correct answer while navigating to avoid an alien attack. As players progress through the levels, the Math difficulty increases and the alien ships get faster. Each level is locked until the previous level is completed. Blast your way to higher grades with MathBlaster!
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Kids Math Fun~Kindergarten


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: This application encourages Kindergarten children to practice the addition of two single digit (0-9) numbers, and the subtraction of two single digit (0-9) numbers (without negative answers). Children can gain confidence by doing practice addition and subtraction problems with unlimited time, or they can build proficiency by selecting "Minute Math" to see how many problems they can answer with a time limit. The app defaults to 10 problems and 60 seconds, but these can be changed in the SETTINGS area of the iPhone/iPod Touch. Teachers are using the Kids Math Fun applications in their classrooms to reinforce addition, subtraction, and basic math skills. Considering their comments, we added a “Double Dare” feature so children can expand their math skills by mastering the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. A “Try Again” feature allows children to develop mastery by attempting a problem again if they get it wrong. A new “Show Scores” button allows children and parents to see the high scores for all four regular and all four “Minute Math” activities. A score board in the right hand corner, shows how many addition or subtraction problems have been completed along with the totals for correct and wrong answers. Graphics include: Smiling kids, kids playing outdoors, healthy fruit and vegetable snacks, boats, and buildings. Total Practice Problems can be set between 5 and 100 problems, the Minute Math Timer can be set between 1/2 minute and 10 minutes, and High Scores can be cleared.
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Motion Math Hungry Fish


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Your fish is hungry for numbers. You can make delicious sums by pinching two numbers together – instant addition! Keep feeding your fish to win a level and unlock new colors and fins.

*The app is free to try, with In-App purchase for an addition level and two subtraction and negative levels.
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Arithmetic Invaders Express


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Play one of Arithmetic Invaders: Express addition, subtraction and multiplication games to defend the solar system and master K-2 arithmetic. Unlock each level to play it. To do that, complete each mission in the given order. A child is allowed three incorrect hits. The mission length can be chosen: 2, 3 or 5 minutes. Completion of the last mission brings the child the highest rank – DEFENDER OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM. Throughout the game the child is expected to solve the arithmetic problem (math fact) displayed on the invader ships. In order to score, the child is expected to connect the number printed on the laser gun with the result of the corresponding mathematical problem.
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Adding Apples


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Adding Apples is a fun learning experience with appealing and interactive 3D graphics. This new software is highly intuitive and with many elements to explore, discover and learn! LEARN HOW TO:
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Subtracting Sardines


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Subtracting Sardines is a fun learning experience with appealing and interactive 3D graphics. This new software is highly intuitive and with many elements to explore, discover and learn! LEARN HOW TO:
  • Solve Math Subtraction from 1-9 right up to 9-9
  • Count from -8 to 8, both Visually and Verbally (US English)
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Speedo Math


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Speedo Math is a free math game designed for students that challenges their math skills and helps to strengthen them in the process. Here the students practice all aspects of math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, in a fun and pressure free way. The game contains multiple levels and an instant results chart. So, if you can make it within the given seconds, you are a great champion in the order of operations. All you have do is, pick what your option: addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. Then, pick your level... and go!
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Skill Builder Numeracy


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Skill Builder Numeracy provides complete control over generating basic operation questions to suite your needs. Skill Builder Numeracy's features include:
  • Options to turn certain operators on or off for your quiz.
  • Availability to change the parameters of each operator turned on.
  • Options to set how many questions are in the quiz.
  • It monitors the time you take to complete the quiz.
  • The application also lets you use negative numbers.
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Middle School Math 7th Grade


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Here's a fun way to practice your middle school math skills. Guide the monkey down the ladders to the end of a level. Answer questions correctly to keep going. Math topics included are:
  • Negative Numbers
  • Absolute Value
  • Order of Operations

There are three levels of difficult for each topic. Replay levels to improve your scores and compete against your friends using Game Center leader boards and achievements. Email your progress to your teacher.
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Math Wise


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: MathWise--fun for kids, analytics for teachers and parents.
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Math Express


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: A fun educational math game designed for girls and boys aged 4-7, combining engaging math exercises and fresh graphics. The game includes exercises to help visualizations and counting of numbers.
The game also allows a unique feature to take a picture of your child and make her/him the conductor of a train picking up animals as they succeed in the math exercises.
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Koala Math


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: Long-awaited app the first part of the first set of Koala Math series: addition & Subtraction is ready for you!!! Recommended Ages: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 correspond with the 3 levels
Koala Math at a glance:
  • Includes 3 games: Addition, Subtraction, challenge
  • 3 different levels of difficulty: count up to 5, 10 or 20
  • 6 different fun cartoon modes can be used for selection: Flying animals, Jumping fog, The family of fruits, Imbalance balance, Worms & apples, Reverse calculate
  • Help Koala climb to the top of the tower and win the GOLDEN CUP
  • Children can choose their own role for challenge VS. Koala, it could give them achievement and self-confidence while playing.
  • Vivid animations to help kids establish mathematical thinking.
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Egberta's Equations


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: Not currently available in the US
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Multi Rap


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: Learn to Multiply by 2 the fun way with D.J. Doc Roc, the Hip Hop Hamster. Includes a music video from Rock 'N Learn's award winning Multiplication Rap DVD and a skip counting video to learn to count by 2 even faster. A randomized drill over facts from 2x0 through 2x12 helps learners check their progress. Once you've learned all the 2x facts, race the clock to see who can get the best time!
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Factor Samurai


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Factor samurai is a great way to learn times tables. You play as the samurai whose sacred duty is to cut all the numbers down to their prime factors. You will be thrown one number after the next, cut them up if they can be factored into smaller values, if not, if they are prime, do not cut them. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be divided into small whole numbers. One, two, three, five, seven, eleven, and thirteen are all examples of prime numbers. Four is not prime because it can be broken down in the whole numbers two times two.
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Math in a Flash


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Math In A Flash is an app for elementary school children to practice math facts. First you pick what you want to work on through the Settings screen in the app. Selection options include:
  • Setting a name and message for the child who will be working on it; the name and message show up throughout the app. Optionally you can enter a class name, such as “Ms. Smith’s 3rd grade class”, and message such as “Best in Seatack Elementary”.
  • Addition, subtraction, multiplication and/or division
  • The numbers to work on (any or all can be selected from 0 to 10)
  • Some special selections ... “doubles” (example: 6+6), “almost doubles” (example: 6 + 7), and “almost almost doubles” (example: 6 + 8)

Then you have four practice areas to choose from.
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Astro Math Practice Factors and Multiplication


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Use multiplication and division with primes and prime factorization to defend planets from being destroyed by meteorites! As a captain of a space ship, your duty is to shoot down incoming meteorites with numbers that factorize the meteorite and reduce it to 1 – thus destroying them. Destroy enough meteorites and you will come face to face with an alien mother ship that you need to destroy to complete the level and move on to the next challenge.

You will need to use the accelerometer of your device to navigate the space ship. Tilting the device will move the spaceship to either of the sides. Shooting the correct numbers will reduce the size of the meteorite eventually destroying them. However, incorrect numbers shot will bounce off and reduce your ammunition.
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Butterfly Math Addition


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: It is a well known fact that kids learn faster by interaction. We believe that figuring out an answer (instead of just selecting an answer) “teaches” the kids at a fundamental level. The Butterfly Math Addition app takes this approach in teaching simple concepts in numbers and addition to young minds. We have developed the app in such a way that it is going to be fun to interact/play with the app as well as learn the concepts. These are the basic skills which kids can learn from this app:

1. Fine motor skills: For toddlers, this app develops fine motor skills. The kids can play with the butterflies and get tactile feedback as the butterflies flutter when they are being dragged. Plus, it is fun to put them in cage and release them!

2. Concept of numbers: The idea of numbers could be intriguing to young minds. They can observe that numbers can be “made” larger (or smaller) by collecting more (or less) butterflies. The idea of incrementally adding (removing) butterflies to (from) the cage provides the kids with an understanding of smaller and larger numbers.

3. Addition: The next logical step is to teach the concepts of addition. We have made multiple levels for each of the concepts to ease the learning so that the child grasps the fundamentals.

4. Reward Game: To encourage the kids to play and learn more, we have developed a coloring reward game. As the child finds correct answer to the questions, he/she can earn colored tiles in the games. With the earned colored tiles, the child can color the scene creatively. This encourages the child to get more correct answers so that he/she can collect the tiles of his/her choice. We believe this is an unique reward system which encourages creativity and provides the motivation to solve more questions and hence learn more.
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Math Cakes: Addition Facts


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Math Cakes makes practicing math fun and challenging. How it works:
  • Choose A Level
- You can choose from our easy, medium and hard levels
- Or you can create a custom level to practice specific math facts

  • Take A Test
- Your child will see the math problems.
- 3 incorrect answers and the cup cake customer leaves unhappy.

  • See Scores
- Each time you take a test, you will know which problems you got right and which ones you got wrong.
- You can see your child's improvement with each test.
- Even if you don't watch your child take the test, you can see which problems he or she got wrong afterwards.

  • Email Results
- You can even email the results after taking a test if you want to share it with teachers or your parents.
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MathTappers


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: MathTappers: Multiples is a simple game designed first to help learners to make sense of multiplication and division with whole numbers, and then to support them in developing fluency while maintaining accuracy.
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Motion Math: Wings


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Motion Math: Wings is an engaging, visual, fun way to estimate and compare multiplication expressions! Multiplication is a tough concept for learners to master - some memorize formulas or times tables, but never really understand the concept. Most math worksheets and math games only show numeric symbols, such as 4 x 5 = 20. Motion Math: Wings shows multiplication in six different visual forms: rows of dots, clusters of dots, “groups of” dots, a grid, a labelled grid, and symbols. Seeing the many different forms helps learners master the concept of multiplication.
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Sushi Monster


Price: Free
Device:iPad
Description: Meet Sushi Monster! Scholastic’s new game to practice, reinforce, and extend math fact fluency is completely engaging and appropriately challenging. Strengthen reasoning strategies for whole number addition and multiplication by helping monsters make a target sum or product. Earn points with each correct answer… but watch out for distractions! To be successful, plan ahead and strategically select numbers from the sushi counter.

Meets Common Core State Standards
Extend fact knowledge to support strategic reasoning and computational flexibility in addition and multiplication.


Fractions

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Chicken Coop Fractions Game


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: In this hilarious educational game you will be shown a fraction and your job is estimate the decimal equivalent by placing a nest on a number line. Our hens are mathematical experts and they will fire their eggs towards the correct answer. If your estimate is good the eggs will be caught in the nest but if you’re too far out it all gets very messy.
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Pizza Fractions


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Designed for grade levels 2-6, Pizza Fractions provides introductory practice with fractions in an approachable game-like environment. Key features include:
  • players presented with randomly generated fractions to identify by counting slices of pizza
  • entry level simple fractions build confidence with denominators 1-12, excluding sevenths and elevenths
  • adjustable level of difficulty allows beginners to start with easier fractions and progress as they learn
  • score data and round timing allows you and your child to compete by alternating rounds
  • animated cartoon chef and comical sound effects lend appeal to the learning process
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Pearl Diver


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Throw on your diving helmet, and head into the depths of the sea! Dive amidst shipwrecks and sunken ruins for the valuable pearls, maybe even the elusive black pearl. But watch out for that pesky electric eel! Addresses number and operations standards established by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), including:
  • Understand numbers, ways of representing numbers, and number systems.
  • Understand and represent commonly used fractions.
  • Understand fractions as part of unit wholes and as locations on number lines.
  • Compare and order fractions, and find their approximate locations on the number line.

  • Ideal for middle school and upper elementary students, grades 3-8.
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Portion Platter


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Portion Platter (Fractions) helps students better visualize fractions and percentages and equivalent relationships between them. The touch mechanic engages children in a hands-on learning process, implementing kinesthetic learning. Two types of problems are presented at 4 different difficulty levels appropriate for grades 2-6.

Draw a line across a glass of milk to match the given fraction for the first problem type. For the second problem type, a fractional portion is displayed as a cookie, peppermint candy, pie or pizza and you enter the matching fraction or percentage. Good Luck!
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Oh no! Fractions


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: Explore and learn about fractions with a simple and intuitive interface. Compare and visualize two fractions and guess which one is greater. How to explore and compare fractions:
  • Simply swipe the big white label with "LESS" and "GREATER" to pick your answer.
  • When you are ready, tap on "I'M SURE!".
  • The app will tell you if your guess was correct or wrong.
  • You can "PROVE IT!" visually with an interactive graph that shows the two fractions in simple bars divided in proper boxes. You can swipe your fingers on the boxes to find the right answer or simply tap on the bottom to reveal it.

You can change the biggest denominator accessing the Setup page tapping on the icon on the top left of the screen.
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Freddy Fraction


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: Not Currently available in the US
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Fraction Circles


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: These are virtual manipulatives with fractions from 1/1 to 1/15. This version has practice, where students can manipulate the pieces are the circle and do class activities. 1.1.0 comes with 1 free game, this time called "warm up" where students will practice use of fraction circles by matching a set of 9 different patterns.
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Fraction Basics


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: This free video app provides a quick and simple way for you to learn and understand the basics behind fractions. There are 12 computer animated videos on understanding fractions, improper fractions & mixed fractions, equivalent fractions, adding fractions, adding fractions examples, subtracting fractions, multiplying fractions, multiplying fractions examples, dividing fractions, dividing fractions examples, convert fraction to percent, convert decimal to fraction. Each of these videos is divided into several different parts that you can easily skipped to. See the web page link for the video section breakdown.
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CandyFactory


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: CandyFactory is an educational game that teaches the concept of fractions to middle school students based on splitting operations with partitioning and iterating. It consists of three levels: Level 1 teaches proper fractions as part-whole concept. Level 2 teaches proper fractions as whole concept. Level 3 teaches proper as well as improper fractions as whole concept. A nominal score is displayed at the end of the game to show how well the student has done.
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Everyday Mathematics Equivalent Fractions


Price: $1.99
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Players try to match equivalent fractions on cards showing halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths, and twelfths. When cards are matched, they disappear and points are awarded. As cards disappear from the array, the cards behind them become accessible. The game ends when all cards are matched or no more matches can be made.


Telling Time

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A Basic Time App


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: A Basic time App teaches time concepts in a very simple way. The app shows analog clock and gives narration to explain hours, 30 minutes, 15 minutes etc. The app contains various (180+) practice questions for :
  • Telling Time - Hours
  • Telling Time - Half Hours
  • Telling Time - Quarter hours
  • Quarter past an hour
  • Half past an hour
  • Three quarters of an hour
  • Quarter to an hour
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Feel Clock


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: The Clock for kids.
  • Time is set feeling after the face.
  • The sun, the moon, and the stars move at time.
  • The color of sky and meadow changes at time.
  • Quiz (What time is it?)


Numberlines & Rulers

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Motion Math Zoom


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Motion Math Zoom's zoomable, stretchable number line is missing some numbers - it's up to your child to put the numbers back where they belong. The new game uses concrete objects to represent abstract numbers: from dinosaurs in the thousands down to amoebas in the thousandths. Fun animal animations and sound effects help elementary school children master the number line. Features:
  • Free to try 6 levels; upgrade with In-App purchase to get all 24!
  • Starts at basic numbers and moves into negatives and decimals
  • Helper character - gives hints when you need them
  • High scores, stats, and Game Center integration
  • Great graphics and animations
  • Fakeouts and for advanced learners, a timed challenge featuring...The Needle
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Reading the Ruler


Price: Free
Device: iPad
Description: A kid friendly and easy way to learn how to read the Inches and Metric rulers.
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Number Lines


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Little Monkey Apps Number Lines helps to introduce the concept of number lines to young students through the use of cute little frogs that make steps and leaps. When introducing basic mathematical skills such as counting, ordering, addition and subtraction, it is important to use a variety of models such as a counters, drawings and number lines to explain and physically model problems.

Little Monkey Apps Number Lines aims to students to visualise numbers for rote counting and ordering and to see the physical position of a number linking patterns and relationships. Unlike counters, which model counting, a number line also models measurement, which is why the number line begins with zero as you would see on a ruler. Students are also exposed to different vocabulary for addition and subtraction such as step forward or jump back to physically suggest the movement of the frog along the number line.


Calculators

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Free Graphing Calculator


Price: Free
Device: iPod, iPad
Description: Features:
1) Scientific Calculator. Simple to grasp and easy to use, but powerful features are available when you need them. Available functions include the following:
  • the usual arithmetic functions and exponentiation.
  • square root, cube root, nth root, natural log, log base 10, log of arbitrary base, absolute value, factorial, permutations (nPr), combinations (nCr), modulus, random integer, bell curve, cumulative normal distribution, decimal to fraction.

2) Graphing. Capabilities:
  • Graph up to four equations at once.
  • Graphs are labeled.
  • You can drag the graph or pinch to zoom in or out.
  • Calculator can find roots and intersections.

3) A unit converter. With a tap, you can enter the result of your conversion into the calculator. Currently converts different units of the following: acceleration, angle, area, density, distance, energy, force, mass, power, pressure, speed, temperature, time, and volume. Great for doing physics homework!

4) Constants for scientific calculations -- speed of light, strength of gravity at Earth's surface, etc. etc. etc. Tapping on a constant will insert it into your calculation -- i.e, you don't have to key in the value. Again, great for doing physics homework!

5) It can make a table of the values of any function you care to enter. You can choose the starting x value of the table, as well as how much x increases for each successive row.

6) Forgot the quadratic formula? Or the double-angle formulas for sine and cosine? The math/science reference hits the high points of various subjects. Currently includes algebra, differential and integral calculus, geometry, trigonometry, vectors, vector calculus, and classical mechanics.