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# Math Apps

These free apps are based on the visual models featured in Bridges in Mathematics. Apps are available in multiple versions: a web app for all modern browsers, and downloadable versions for specific operating systems and devices (such as Apple iOS for iPad).

## Fractions

Represent fractions with denominators from 1 to 100 with circle and bar models.

## Geoboard

Stretch virtual bands around pegs to form line segments and polygons.

## Math Clock

Explore time, fractions, and more on virtual clocks with geared or free-moving hands.

## Math Vocabulary Cards

Deepen understanding of key terms in mathematics with written and visual definitions.

## Money Pieces

Visualize money values and relationships with U.S. currency and money value pieces.

## Number Chart

Count, explore number patterns, or create your own grid with fractions, decimals, and more.

## Number Frames

Represent numbers by placing counters inside of five-, ten-, double ten-, and custom frames.

## Number Line

Visualize and work with numbers in sequence on a virtual number line with or without tick marks.

## Number Pieces

Use virtual base ten pieces to represent and work with multi-digit numbers.

## Number Rack

Slide beads to show and work with numbers and think in groups of 5s and 10s.

## Partial Product Finder

Partial Product Finder allows multiplication combinations to be represented as a rectangle, or array, with dimensions that match the combination.

## Pattern Shapes

Explore counting, geometry, fractions, and more with a set of virtual pattern blocks.

## Whiteboard App

Solve problems and explain your thinking in a digital math workspace.

## Share work with others!

Sharing in an app allows educators to pose problems and investigations for students by using an 8-character code or link. Students can share their thinking with their teachers and classmates. Share codes remain available for continued use for 18 months from the date they are last accessed.

Watch the video to learn how sharing works.

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We are seeing great things happening with all the @MLCmath apps, especially with the sharing tool. I love seeing students present their screens willingly and openly sharing their rough draft thinking. Math goose bumps for sure.

Math Curriculum Specialist — Pennsylvania

Loving the @MLCmath Fractions app to visualize fractions in my cyber class!  @zoom_us screen sharing during small group math today and VOILA!

Grade 5 teacher—West Chester, Pennsylvania

Had an incredible 1st day with my amazing group of 1st graders!! We shared codes while using the @MLCmath number pieces app!! So proud of these kids! Can’t wait for tomorrow!

Instructional Coach — Illinois

Technology helps us so much in our lessons when physical resources cannot be used due to infection prevention guidelines. These maths apps have been a great help to some of our students this week.

Children’s Hospital School - Leicester, UK

I love all these Apps. They are so amazing and well thought out so that they are versatile!

Elementary Math Specialist — Bahama, NC