Apps To Integrate Number Bonds

Oct 9, 2015

Are you looking for ways to incorporate more technology into your classroom?  Check out these apps that go beyond traditional flash card games to show relationships between numbers and build fluency.  You could use them as a station in math workshop, for free time, or share them with parents to use at home!

Number Bonds App: Multiplication & Division to 99

by Crystal Spring Books

Cost: $1.99

Number Bonds App: Multiplication & Division to 99

http://www.crystalspringsbooks.com/number-bonds-app-multiplication-division.html

Number Bonds App: Addition & Subtraction to 99

by Crystal Spring Books

Cost: $1.99

Number Bonds App: Addition & Subtraction to 99

http://www.crystalspringsbooks.com/number-bonds-app-addition-subtraction.html

Available for iPad. Your students will beg to play the engaging games in this app—racing the clock or each other, or “playing” on their own. You don’t have to tell them that what they’re really doing is practicing number bonds (aka fact families) and developing mathematical reasoning. Use these games with a Singapore Math program or with any other math curriculum, and make math come alive for your students! (K-2 skills)

Number Bond Blaster

by Kenneth Whittaker
Cost: FREE

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/number-bond-blasters/id788436074?mt=8

Number Bond Blasters allows students in kindergarten through fifth grade to practice math facts with number bonds. This game is aligned to the Common Core State Standards and will have students fluently adding and subtracting or multiplying and dividing at their level.

Number Bond 1-10

by VEMOLA
Cost: $1.99

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/number-bonds-1-10/id717960733?mt=8

Vemolo Number Bonds 1-10 is an educational game, designed for children between the ages of 4 to 8. Number bonds are an essential part of primary school mathematics education, and is part of the curriculum in the UK and many other countries. It is the foundation of numbers; and this game helps children to become familiar with them, and be able to instantly recognize the common number bonds by turning it into a fun game.

The game utilizes visualization, colour coding and repetition to take the pain out of learning, and allows the child to form strong associations in their mind on many different levels – however they learn best. This game teaches children to understand each number and it’s makeup i.e. number 3 is made of 0+3, 1+2, 2+1 and 3+0.

The game is colourful, exciting and progressive. It gives children the desire to play again and again to reinforce their learning, and a sense of achievement when they have finished each level. This game replaces a few weeks of hard work with fun!

Math Facts Number Bonds and Fact Families

by Rob Clarke

Cost: $0.99

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/maths-facts-number-bonds-fact/id459281769?mt=8

Maths Facts will help you to learn your addition and subtraction facts or your Number Bonds and Facts Families up to 20. With a series of fun and easy-to-play games you can quickly start exploring addition and subtraction facts.

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