Daily fact practice is seen in many classrooms, and it pretty much looks all the same - students taking out a sheet paper with 20 or more problems that they furiously work through in a specified given time, teachers calling out the correct responses as students check their papers, then papers going in a folder or many times trashed. Well now, there is a different way to approach the task of basic math fact practice with Rocket Math's app.

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Math Marble is a fun, engaging game app that provides unlimited practice for math skills for 4th - 8th grade math levels. Marble Math addresses concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, fractions, Roman numerals, factoring, decimals, counting money (currency type is customizable), comparing values and simplifying equations.

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Math Vs Zombies – Math Games Grade K – 5 is an arcade-like game aligned with Common Core Standards where students can practice math skills from basic operations through multi-digit multiplication and division. Parents and teachers will appreciate the detailed report card area of the app where they can track progress. Reports can be viewed by grade level, skill, or specific Common Core Standards. Click on the link below for full review: http://bridgingapps.org/app/?id=470896560

Motion Math: Pizza! is a math app that addresses basic money and economic concepts as well as many Common Core Math Standards targeting addition, multiplication, proportions, multi-step word problems and interpreting data. This app is great for general education students, as well as those who struggle with basic math concepts.

Todo Number Matrix is a fun math app for practicing math skills such as categories, number sense, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This early learning app includes engaging games using matrices for practicing these skills. The matrices also provide practice of visual perceptual skills such as visual discrimination and spatial skills. Todo Number Matrix includes 63 matrices across 6 different categories so that children stay engaged and learning for long play periods.

Motion Math: Wings and Motion Math: Pro are designed to help students build multiplication skills. This app shows multiplication in six different visual forms: rows of dots, clusters of dots, “groups of” dots, a grid, a labeled grid, and symbols. The paid version features additional levels as well as more treasures and colored feathers.

5 BINGO games: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division and Mixed -3 Different levels of difficulty: Easy, Medium and Hard -New: 3 Fun bonus games -30 player profiles -12 fun cartoon avatars -Player profiles -New: Report card feature -The Scoreboard keeps track of scores for each game and level -Collect and play with BINGO Bugs when you earn a high score!

Perfect for 5 to 11 year olds, Squeebles Times Tables 2 allows them to practise their times tables in the most fun and interactive way possible. By answering times tables questions, children help Whizz to rescue the Squeebles from the clutches of the nasty Maths Monster and earn a multitude of rewards, as well as earning turns on a great mini-game.

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