Apps and Games
MEI has released seven maths games.
Sumaze! Primary is new to the Sumaze series and aimed at 4-7 year old learners. It's available for a small charge on IoS and Android.
Sumaze! Primary was a winner of a Gem Award 2019, see Jo Morgan's Resourceaholic site.
Sumaze! Adventure is also new to the Sumaze series and aimed at learners aged 14 and above. It's available for a small charge on IoS and Android.
Factris is a classic Tetris-style high score numeracy game based on factorising and is available on IoS and Android.
A Bundle of Graphs
A Bundle of Graphs - six mini-games about graphs (straight line, quadratics, position-time, velocity-time and frequency (to look at mean and median), available on IoS and Android.
Sumaze! is puzzle app available on IoS and Android.
Sumaze! has been downloaded over 23,000 times and covers topics such as logarithms and inequalities.
It is free, just search for Sumaze in the App Store or Google Play. Extended versions of the puzzles featured in Sumaze! are available in Integral. More about Sumaze!
Reviews of Sumaze
Mathsinsider blog post about Sumaze.
Flying Colour Maths post about Sumaze.
Mathed Up review.
Mathematics and Coding review.
Released in summer 2016 Sumaze! 2 is is also available on IoS and Android.
It covers topics including fractions, decimals and percentages.
It is free, just search for Sumaze 2 in the App Store or Google Play. More about Sumaze! 2
Bridge It! is designed to help students to prepare for post-GCSE mathematics.
Initially Bridge It! is available in beta form only. As well as being useful for preparation for post-GCSE mathematics it could also be of value in GCSE revision, particularly to review advanced material. More about Bridge It!