McGraw-Hill is a familiar name in education and to support this week’s National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, McGraw-Hill Education is offering its Everyday Mathematics apps for free through April 17th.
The Everyday Math apps are designed to give students in kindergarten through sixth grade a quick and easy way to practice and reinforce different math concepts. Kids can practice multiplication, brush-up on fractions, review number line skills and more with this collection of apps:
Everyday Mathematics Divisibility Dash – This games helps kids learn to recognize multiples and divisors. The more multiples they get correct, the more points they get.
Everyday Mathematics Subtraction Top-It – Practice and reinforce 2-digit subtraction and number comparisons.
Everyday Mathematics Baseball Multiplication 1-6 Facts – Kids will learn and/or review multiplication facts for one through six.
Everyday Mathematics Equivalent Fractions – Players must identify cards with equivalent fractions. When cards are matched, they disappear and points are awarded. The game ends when all cards are matched or no more matches can be made.
Everyday Mathematics Name That Number – Create equations using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to equal a specified number.
Everyday Mathematics Monster Squeeze – Learn number line concepts and number comparisons as players try to identify a secret number on the number line.
Everyday Mathematics Tric Trac – Practice addition facts with this one or two person game.
Everyday Mathematics Beat the Computer Multiplication – Study basic multiplication facts from zero to ten.
Everyday Mathematics Addition Top-It – Practice basic addition facts from zero to ten
This collection of McGraw-Hill apps will work on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Download the apps once and use them on all your devices, but don’t delay. The prices will return to normal on Monday, April 18th.