ModMath is the first free iPad app that helps kids with dyslexia and dysgraphia do math by providing virtual graph paper that keeps problems legible. To create a worksheet, kids simply tap in a cell of the graph paper. As kids enter equations, the program aligns numbers and symbols in neat columns and rows. Kids can save their worksheets and print to PDF to share or print.
Free to use for teachers, EquatIO is another tool to help write equations online. It includes speech-to-math and math-to-speech features, transforms handwriting into text, and predicts what expression you’re trying to write. Once the equation is written, you can add it to a Microsoft or Google document with a single click. EquatIO also can collect data, prompt to balance chemical equations, provide math manipulatives, and has a variety of other features. EquatIO is available on Windows, Mac, Chrome or WebApp.