For those with kids using the Everyday Math curriculum, and for anyone else interested, McGraw-Hill is offering its Everyday Mathematics apps for free through June 29th. Apps include Baseball Multiplication 1-6 Facts, Baseball Multiplication 1-12 Facts, and Top-It, Name that Number, Beat the Computer, and others.
My "typical" almost 3rd grader managed Baseball Multiplication this a.m. pretty well. He is easily frustrated by technology and this one worked out okay. I checked out Divisibility Dash myself, since division is on our agenda, but I find this app hard to understand and with little incentive to play.
When will McGraw Hill make apps that teach the relationships drilled by these Fact Triangles we (parents and kids) are endlessly saddled with? Inquiring bloggers want to know!