Kindergarten math apps to boost math skills for students. Check out some of the free math apps included. These make great kindergarten math center activities too!
8 Awesome Kindergarten Math Apps
Quick Math Jr.
This math app aligns with the Common Core for kindergarten and first grade. The version I checked out was free with the ability to create unlimited player profiles but it does have in-app purchases for more games. There is a school edition you can purchase for $8.99 for full access to the app. Students create their own monster and work at their independent level.
Teach Me Kindergarten
This app isn’t just math, but I wanted to include anyway. This app is $1.99 and covers skills on addition, subtraction, and number writing from 0-9. It also has activities for literacy if you’re interested.
Park Math HD by Duck Duck Moose
I love Duck Duck Moose! They have a TON of learning games and they are FREE!! One of my all-time favorites of theirs is ChatterPix. It’s not math related, so we can talk about that one later! Let’s get back on track… Park Math HD covers basic math skills including counting up to 50, addition and subtraction, patterns, sorting, and more!
Another great kindergarten math app by Duck Duck Moose. This game includes five math activities that cover counting, addition, subtraction, and sorting.
Zap Zap Kindergarten Math
Students go on a space adventure to develop and review math skills. This kindergarten math app is aligned to the Common Core and is $2.99.
When I did a blog post on literacy apps, I discovered the Endless Learning Apps. The Endless Numbers app is free to check out but only gives you access to numbers 1-5. For $6.99, students can explore numbers up to 25. The school edition is $14.99 and gives you access to numbers 1 through 100.
Monkey Math School Sunshine
For $1.99, students explore nine math games that teach sequencing, patterns, counting, addition, subtraction, and more.
Khan Academy Kids
This app is pretty cool! I know a lot of schools use Khan Academy so you may already know about this one. You do have to create an account with an email, but the app is free! It seems like you could add as many profiles as you need. It has a large library filled with math and literacy games, and even activities to develop social-emotional skills.
I hope your students enjoy these kindergarten math apps. Click below for some ideas on literacy apps for the classroom.