Download these addition apps and subtraction apps for your kids to learn and practice their math facts! I’ve found over 30 for you to check out — many of which are free.
30+ Addition Apps and Subtraction Apps
Goza: The Key Quest $1.99
This engaging math app gets kids fighting bad guys while solving math problems. 6 levels of difficulty so you’ll grow with the app and can use it for several years.
I’d like to see the visual representations of the numbers a bit more clearly (see the strawberries in the above photo) but I do like the graphics and blocks that you throw up to complete the equations. Fun!
Motion Math: Hungry Guppy $3.99
Meant to teach numbers as well as addition, this is a GREAT app for beginners who are learning what adding means because they drag the bubbles to add things together. I love that physical component of putting something together.
This new app would be better free. It’s nothing special and doesn’t provide the extra visual support other apps do for beginning learners.
Marble Math Jr. $1.99
Players are shown a maze and given a math problem. Example: collect numbers equal to 8 (=5, 3) or collect from last to first (8th, 6th, 4th, 1st). Drag or roll the marble through the maze to complete the problem. Three levels of play. The maze makes it seem like a game making the math practice more fun for kids.
Magical Mental Math FREE
In this wizarding world, players use addition or subtraction to make the number provided — it’s a decent way to get kids thinking and solving problems.
Moose Math $3.99
Build cool things for your own city while practice counting, addition, subtraction and geometry. Some of the fun math activities include making smoothies, playing bingo, searching for lost shapes, and playing dot to dot.
My Backpack FREE
It amazes me how much is packed into this app — all for free. There are story books, learning songs, math games, and nursery rhymes which are in English and in Spanish.
Squeebles Maths Race $1.99
FAMILY FAVORITE!! Try to get your fish to the finish line first. Each question you answer correctly lets you move closer to the finish. Pick from addition, subtraction, multiplication, division in four levels of difficulty. When you win, you earn squabbles and flipfish to use in your races. Play against the computer or a friend.
Pet Bingo $1.99
A cute and lively math facts educational app with 3 levels of difficulty. Choose addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division and answer math equations with the answers a bingo board. Each flip of an answer gives you a cartoon pet picture. When you get bingo you get a pet to keep who you can take care of and feed.
This is a fun game-based way to practice math operations such as: numbers, addition, subtraction, telling time, money, and more.
Sushi Monster FREE
Lots of levels of math practice in this one — 7 addition levels, and 5 multiplication levels. We think this is lots of fun.
FUN! Kids can practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division practice in this cute game of a Swiss man climbing up a mountain. The object is to keep the climber from reaching the top by answering math equations correctly. Also, I love vintage-looking graphics in this game.
Mystery Math Museum $2.99
A fun adventure through museum buildings to help kids recall math facts. Solve addition, subtraction, multiplication or division equations. Set the levels of difficulty and type of math at the beginning of the math app. (By the makers of Mystery Math Town.)
Math Blaster Hyperblast 2 FREE / $1.99
We love this fun video arcade-type game with different lessons and levels of difficulty, you are on a rocket ship zooming through a tunnel full of dangers you must shoot and destroy and the equation numbers.
Splash Math FREE, $9.99
A practice and play math app for each grade level with prizes and reports on progress. Concepts covered are place value, numbers sense, addition strategies, 2 digit addition, subtraction strategies, 2 digit subtraction, time, measurements, geometry, data, money, 3 digit addition, 3 digit subtraction.
Montessori 1st Operations $1.99
I love how Montessori 1st Operations gives kids visual support for math problems. For each problem, not only is the number shown, but a visual, too. So, you’ll see the number 5 as well as a 5-cubed rod or 5 dots. Talk about making the abstract concrete! For extra practice and reinforcement, kids can play Monster or Bubble games. Very well done, great for young learners!
Timed Test Arcade $1.99
JJ plays this penguin-themed math app in school and loves it. Set up a timed test in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division pick the range of numbers, the number of problems on the test, and the time. Also, you can choose to receive instant feedback after each problem. After taking the test, kids can play a game in the arcade – Fish Drop help or Party Penguin – big fun!
Be the hero and save Captain Memo using math skills! I highly recommend this app because it helps kids learn and practice four addition strategies – 1) count all (you must touch each block and count), or 2) count on (start from one number and count up, 3) doubles, and 4) tens. It’s uses visual and kinesthetic modalities to teach the addition strategy and skill practice. Fantastic!
A fun, interactive story that asks the reader to help Jake find his lost stuffed bunny at the carnival. Play the categorizing balloons game. Look for colors, shapes, or clusters of balloons.Make a picture using the provided stickers.
Number Run $1.99
I love this app for math practice. Your character runs and must answer the math problem (such as 1 + 5) correctly to defeat the upcoming obstacles.
JumpStart Jet Pack $1.99
Pick from either reading or math play within the three levels of curriculum, then select from three levels of difficulty. Players fly through the correct answers or zap the incorrect numbers – you have a jetpack and get to fly around – we think it’s “cool” and totally fun.
Mystery Math Town $2.99
One of the best apps I’ve seen for it’s learning, entertainment value, and beautiful graphics. Tap on the objects to get an equation. For each equation, find the numbers in the screen that make it true. Each house on the path is progressively more challenging.
Crackers and Goo $2.99
Uses patterns to teach well, patterns, but also addition and mental math. I don’t love the visuals – everything seems too small to my eyes. Is that just me?
Math Bingo $1.99
Fun math facts recall where you win monsters. Good for review and practice. A similar game to Math Monsters.
Math Girl Addition House $.99
Basic addition and patterns in a girl-centric math app.