Help Students in Their Math Learning with These Educational Apps (for Chrome Users)

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Here are some popular Chrome apps you can use in your class to help students with math learning. They provide instructional content that covers various mathematical topics including geometry, calculus, graphing, algebra, and more. They also include interactive games to help young learners grasp basic math concepts related to addition, subtraction, and multiplication. You may want to check them out and see which ones work for you.

1- GeoGebra

GeoGebra (www.geogebra.org) is free dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easy-to-use package. Interactive learning, teaching and evaluation resources created with GeoGebra can be shared and used by everyone at tube.geogebra.org.

2- Desmos Graphing Calculator


Explore math with Desmos! Plot functions, create tables, add sliders, animate your graphs, and more -- all for free.

3- Math Games


'Monster Math Flash Cards for kids is a fun way for kids to learn addition, subtraction, multiplication with an array of cute animated monsters. With the Monster Math Flash Cards app, you can choose from a range of numbers, which is great for kids who are having trouble with certain math facts. Each card contains an animated monster that will entertain kids while they practice their math facts. This helps motivate kids to practice and improve. At the end of each game, a report is displayed that displays missed math problems.'

4- EquatIO


"Easily create mathematical equations, formulas and quizzes. Intuitively type or handwrite, with no tricky math code to learn...Type or handwrite virtually any mathematical expression directly on your keyboard or touchscreen. There’s no need for any complicated code or programming languages.
EquatIO instantly turns your thoughts into clear, accurate on-screen formulas. When you type ‘sq’, it knows that you mean ‘square root’. And it listens, too. When you dictate a formula aloud, EquatIO is smart enough to ignore ‘umms’, ‘errs’ and other unwanted non-math words."