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What are your favorite apps (for an ipad) for math fact fluency (specifically addition and subtraction)?

My 1st grader has a very good understanding of how addition and subtraction work and is working on her facts, but needs to speed them up. We do a lot of board games with them, but I'd also like an app or two for when Mama needs a break!

I'm ok paying for an app if it's worth it.

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Discussion Review (newest messages first)
Singvogel 03-25-2020 05:25 AM

Take a look at Moby Max. Their free fact fluency is good, and it encourages speeding up. Kids are rewarded with game time inside the app.

dee 03-25-2020 01:36 AM

I really liked it and the data is very visual and students can see how they are improving. Works well with ipad.

Evrmoi21 03-24-2020 05:57 PM

Xtramath is also good. Not game like it is simply drill and kill but pretty effective and always free.

daffodils 03-24-2020 09:10 AM

I was looking at Reflex! I'm glad to hear you recommend it

TeacherPK6 03-24-2020 09:01 AM

Reflex Math is a fun game based math facts app. It does cost money.

daffodils 03-24-2020 08:49 AM

What are your favorite apps (for an ipad) for math fact fluency (specifically addition and subtraction)?

My 1st grader has a very good understanding of how addition and subtraction work and is working on her facts, but needs to speed them up. We do a lot of board games with them, but I'd also like an app or two for when Mama needs a break!

I'm ok paying for an app if it's worth it.




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