Mathmateer, voted one of the top 10 best apps for elementary school
kids by Appolicious (the app directory), appeals to kids' creative side. To build a rocket ship to launch into space, kids must earn money by completing basic math challenges while recognizing patterns and shapes, telling time, and working on fractions and square roots.
Divi. is a surprisingly addictive and fun app that will help students gain speed and fluency at factors, multiples, and divisibility rules to help them improve their skills with equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions, and finding common denominators.
Times Tables Galaxy
Times Table Galaxy offers timed practice on math fact families from x 2 to x 12 as well as a mixed practice option. Facts are presented in order, with multiple choice options for the answers. Extra time can be earned by answering random questions related to math facts, such as which number is a multiple of the target or which math fact has the larger answer.
Splash Math Grade 4 app is a collection of fun and interactive math problems aligned to Common Core Standards. The app reinforces math concepts with self-paced and adaptive practice anytime, anywhere
Crazy Times Tables
Your child will love this app because of its fun, games, and photo features, but you'll love it too. The app takes a personalized approach by identifying his learning stage to help him master his times tables.
Story Starters Pro offers a nearly limitless supply of stimulating prompts to set writing off on the right foot.
Mighty Colossus Storybook
Chortopia makes chore time fun with stories, games, and lots of adventures. Perfect for families with multiple children and parents who want to teach a bit of responsibility.
Mighty Colossus Storybook is a powerful, yet flexible system for creating digital storybooks using built-in characters, backgrounds, and props, or user-generated artwork, pictures, and other content.
Spelling 9-10 Andrew Brodie Basics is a comprehensive spelling practice app that features a built-in list of age appropriate words as well as the capability to develop and record individualized lists for students. Players can practice words with the see-say-cover-write method and can take tests on the word lists to earn recognitions.