Bottom Line: This app has everything elementary students could hope for when learning addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Not only is is fun to play, but the gorgeous interface lets users choose what skills to work on as learners, as practice, as testing and even mini games. Even better, the problems are arranged in such a way that kids are kept on their toes and unlikely to get bored.
Bottom line: Math Jungle: Grade 1 joins a little math monkey as he treks along on a banana laden obstacle course, stopping along the way to complete grade appropriate math problems to continue the course. This app is the second in a growing series of apps designed to with the common core state standards.
Bottom Line: This is the first chore app that is actually fun for kids to play and parents to organize. Centered around a fantasy story and game, children advance through levels by completing chores given by parents. The intermingling of an in-game quest with real-world activities while collecting player cards and playing games makes this app a welcome addition to a parent's toolbox.
Bottom Line: Custom boards is a great time saving app meant for any age. This app allows you to create unique and individualized materials for just about anything, including articulation, expressive language, receptive language, fluency, and any other idea you can think of! Materials can also be easily saved and shared with others.