Photomath is a mobile application that utilizes a smartphone's camera to scan and recognize mathematical equations; the app then displays step-by-step explanations onscreen. It is available for free on both Android and iOS.


Fast-paced games reinforce math facts. Free access to lots of games and detailed tutorial videos linked to lots of curriculum standards from around the world. A solid resource for practicing math skills, but might be frustrating for struggling students.


Tynker is the Kids Coding Platform, where millions learn to code. Tynker offers self-paced online courses for children starting the age of 5, to learn coding at home, as well as specially designed curriculum for schools and camps.

Quick Maths

Quick Math is perfect for students in grades 3 to 6, or for anyone wanting to improve their general math skills. With multiple difficulty levels and a focus on self-improvement, Quick Math provides increasing challenges as your skills develop. Practice your mathematics while racing the clock.

DragonBox Math Apps

DragonBox Apps are a series of educational math applications that are designed to engage and excite children about learning Math, such as Algebra, form the age of 4 years.

Elmo Loves 123s

Introduces your child to school readiness skills such as number tracing, number identification, counting, addition, subtraction, one-to-one correspondence, problem solving, art and creativity, and much more! Grown-ups can even see what their child is playing with the 123s Tracker.

Endless Numbers: School Ed

As a follow-up to Endless Alphabet, set the stage for early numeracy learning with Endless Numbers! Kids will have a blast learning number recognition, sequences, quantity, numerical patterns, and simple addition with the adorable Endless monsters. Each number features interactive sequences and equation puzzles with numbers that come alive, and a short animation that provides context and meaning to each number.