For many kids (and adults), math can be intimidating. But these math apps teach kids about important math concepts in a fun and engaging way. Some are free, some are paid – but all are worth downloading. More about how we select the Best Math Game Apps

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Editor’s Choice: Math App Games

Editor’s Choice: Math Tango

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Developer: Originator Inc.
Price: Free+
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This app makes learning the basics of additions, subtraction, multiplication, and division really fun for kids. Apple only.

Editor’s Choice: Marble Math Multiplication

‎Marble Math Multiplication
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In Marble Math Multiplication, kids solve math problems by navigating a maze – either using their fingers or tilting the device. The combination of manual skills and spatial awareness and manual dexterity make Marble Math a unique approach to learning and practicing multiplication. This is a free (lite) app without ads or in-app purchases and well worth a download.

Editor’s Choice: DragonBox algebra 5+

‎DragonBox Algebra 5+
‎DragonBox Algebra 5+
Developer: WeWantToKnow AS
Price: $4.99
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DragonBox Algebra 5+
Price: $4.99

This app is great for teaching kids at a young age about the basics of math and algebra. Kids can easily learn linear equations without even realizing.

Editor’s Choice: Slice Fractions

‎Slice Fractions
‎Slice Fractions
Developer: Ululab
Price: $3.99
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This math game is an incredibly fun way to learn fractions.

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Editor’s Choice: Marble Math Multiplication

‎Marble Math Multiplication
‎Marble Math Multiplication
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In Marble Math Multiplication, kids solve math problems by navigating a maze – either using their fingers or tilting the device. The combination of manual skills and spatial awareness and manual dexterity make Marble Math a unique approach to learning and practicing multiplication. This is a free (lite) app without ads or in-app purchases and well worth a download.

Editor’s Choice: Math Tango

‎MathTango
‎MathTango
Developer: Originator Inc.
Price: Free+
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This app makes learning the basics of additions, subtraction, multiplication, and division really fun for kids. Apple only

‎Sushi Monster
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This app helps kids become more fluent in math while being very engaging at the same time. Apple only.

Ahaaa Math helps kids with their math skills with small exercises that boosts their math abilities. Apple only

This game will help kids with their speed in math by using small games in which the kids will answer math questions in order to win a game.

Kids can learn addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division by going on adventures with their monster friend Maxx.

This app can teach kids math in a fun and motivating way.

‎Prodigy: Kids Math Game
‎Prodigy: Kids Math Game
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Prodigy Math Game
Price: Free

Prodigy is a free math app that helps with teaching kids math while being engaging by using games that can be played with friends to help with their math skills.

‎Marble Math
‎Marble Math
Developer: Artgig Studio
Price: $3.99
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Marble Math
Price: $2.99

In Marble Math kids solve math problems by navigating a maze -either using their fingers or tilting the device. The combination of manual skills and spatial awareness and manual dexterity make Marble Math a unique approach to learning math.

Editor’s Choice: DragonBox algebra 5+

‎DragonBox Algebra 5+
‎DragonBox Algebra 5+
Developer: WeWantToKnow AS
Price: $4.99
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DragonBox Algebra 5+
Price: $4.99

This app is great for teaching kids at a young age about the basics of math and algebra. Kids can easily learn linear equations without even realizing.

Editor’ Choice: Slice Fractions

‎Slice Fractions
‎Slice Fractions
Developer: Ululab
Price: $3.99
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This math game is an incredibly fun way to learn fractions.

About these math game apps

At the time we publish, these apps:

  • Have a minimum 4 star rating on Apple’s App Store
  • Do not contain ads
  • Paid apps: unlock the full app and are not subscription-based. However, they may include in-app purchases for additional apps. For example, a paid digital book that includes links to other book apps in on the digital bookshelf or collection.
  • Free or Free to try apps: include enough math content that makes them worth a download. They may also include subscriptions and in-app purchases, but these are not required to try the app. For example, a free app might only have addition games, but the in-app purchase unlocks the whole game with multiplication or subtraction
  • Do not require sign-up or subscription before the math games can be played or tryed. For example, an app with a free 7-day trial that does not automatically become a paid subscription.

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