\input zb-basic \input zb-matheduc \iteman{ZMATH 2016e.01045} \itemau{Wall, Jennifer J.; Beatty, Heidi N.; Rogers, Michael P.} \itemti{Apps for teaching, not just reviewing.} \itemso{Teach. Child. Math. 21, No. 7, 438-441 (2015).} \itemab From the text: Because we were interested in an app that we could use to teach -- not just review -- multiplication and could not find one, we decided to develop our own. The result is Fruit Plate Math, a free iPad app. The plates and fruits illustrate the equal-size-groups model of multiplication. Students can see groups as fruits on a plate or as fruits arranged in an array. The app also shows four different ways of representing the number of fruits, as a groups of" statement, as a multiplication expression, as the total number of fruits, and as a repeated addition expression. \itemrv{~} \itemcc{U72 F32} \itemut{arithmetic; multiplication; teaching; primary education; information technology; apps; computer as educational medium; tablet computers; mobile phones; visualization; array view; distributive property; numbers up to 100; fluency; practice problems; discovery learning; educational software} \itemli{} \end