Mathematics has been considered one of the most dry and complex subject for many students. If you are one of those who run from solving sums, then sit on your comfy couch with your iPad and take assistance of some apps. The iTunes Stores has got various educational apps with some designed especially for maths. If you don’t know about them, here are some apps that will wipe off your mathematics phobia.
Math Monkey Game
Parents and teachers, just pay attention!! Math Monkey Game is also called the educational Angry Birds. This app will help your kids learn mathematics while shooting flying cupcakes. The child has to answer many problems while proceeding in the levels of jungles, oceans and outer space. So if you want your child to practice more, just get this app for $2.99 from the Apple App Store.
This app train children with the best of basic knowledge about math. It creates troubles with missing operation signs, basic algebra problems and multiplication tables. Math Drills Lite teaches maths in an interesting way. The app is free to download from the iTunes Store but you can get full version with $1.99 that will follow the user’s progress and more customization options than the free version.
Math Ninja is the action packed maths tutor for your child. Kids play this game as Math Ninja and defend them against giant army of ever hungry robot tomatoes. This is an entertaining, humorous and educating at the same time. The app costs $1.99. Get it and play all its 18 fun filled levels.
This is the most popular brain game worldwide. Now you can play this mind game on your iPad. With great interface and interactive tools this app will solve 40 puzzles from four difficult stages. Sudoku app is available free of cost and will enable the students to compete against each other.
Mathstronaut is an amazing app that has got multiple exercises related to addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The app will throw difficult problems towards the users as he proceeds further in the game to challenge the mental capabilities of children. Questions are made in a variety of crazy, colorful and funny animations. The app can also inform the teachers about the progress report of students. The app costs $1.99, go and get it from the App Store.
So drag your child out of his mathematical nightmare. If you have used these apps let us know how helpful are they in teaching maths and if not, try out now.
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