MathTappers: Multiples is a simple game designed first to help learners to make sense of multiplication and division with whole numbers, and then to support them in developing fluency while maintaining accuracy.
Design: Tim Pelton & Leslee Francis Pelton
Programming: Mike Anderson, Joshua E. Smith & Garrett Reimer
The designers of the MathTappers apps are math educators and researchers seeking to create simple games that will help learners to make sense of mathematics one concept at a time. We have designed MathTappers apps to support students in learning mathematics by providing relevant visual models, focused content linked games and helpful suggestions for parents and educators.
Please check out all of our MathTappers apps (links found at MathTappers.com):
MathTappers: MultiMatch--a matching app that challenges learners to match sets of cards placed on the table. This is our newest MathTappers app. Although it comes with a deck and you can download others from our website, it was really designed to encourage teachers and students make and share their own matching game decks to capture their understanding and challenge others. Please go to mathtappers.com and check out our instructions on the right to find out how to make your own decks
MathTappers: Clock Master--learn to tell time
MathTappers: Estimate Fractions--make sense of fraction sums and differences
MathTappers: Find Sums--learn basic facts for addition and subtraction
MathTappers: Multiples--learn basic facts for multiplication and division
MathTappers: Equivalents--equivalent fractions, decimals and percents
MathTappers: Numberline--find relative positions of numbers on a numberline,
MathTappers: Carbon Choices--help students explore their carbon footprint.
Adjustments to better suit newer screen sizes.
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Only 5 equations available. Too short.
Many options for practice
There are many choices for which fact families to practice and how many questions per round. You must push "?" Button to get to the options. A directions page may be helpful for those not used to navigating around apps.
My daughter mastered her multiplication tables with this. We had a 8-10 minute drive to school, I let her "play" this during the drive. In the beginning, I would race with her to see who could answer 1st. She's very competitive and was soon racing her own time. I shared this with her teacher to help others in her class.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.