Math Pop is a fun math practice app for grade 1 to 5. It is designed by learning scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and all content is common core aligned. The best part is you get to do two practice sessions each day for free.
The interface is very fun that makes the game addictive. To start, you want to register a user, so you can track the progress. Then you can pick the practice you want to do.
The games are in some ways made in a form of bubbles. Kids do the math and pop the bubbles. They will earn stars that can be used for games.
There are over 250 game levels in the app covering more than 80 Common Core Standards. There are over 25 different game mechanics so kids always get something different and won’t be easily bored.
Some sample topics covered in the app are:
Number Sense: Count by 2,5,10,100; Order, Round and Compare Whole Numbers;
Addition Concepts: Addition properties; Make a number; Addition using Images; Addition based on Place Values; Addition Equations
Addition: Addition Properties; Addition based on Place Values; Addition up to 4 digit numbers; Add Multiples
Mixed Operation: Arithmetic Facts; Arithmetic Sentences; Multiple Operators
Estimation: Estimate numbers; Estimate Sums and Differences; Estimate Products and Quotients; Estimate Fractions; Estimate Decimals
Fraction: Fractions as Whole Numbers; Fractions on Number Line; Compare Fractions; Equivalent Fractions; Add and Subtract Fractions
Mixed Number: Understand Mixed Numbers; Compare Mixed Numbers with Fractions and Whole Numbers; Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers
Parents can easily track kids’ progress from the tracking log. From the tracking, parents can see the time kids spend on each topic, how much practice they finished, and how many questions they answer correctly.
Math Pop is free to download, and you can have two free practice every day. If you need more practice, you can purchase the full version, which is $9.99. It is also available for Android on Google Play and Amazon app store, but there are 5 apps, with one app for each grade level.
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