Date: 2017-09-05 03:22
Choose your operation ( + , - , x , / ). Pick a Tiara and a Gown. Make sure the numbers for each fit the equation on the upper right.
Mathepillar is an outrageously fun game in which players have to order falling numbers on a number line by positioning their caterpillar in the correct place to catch the numbers.
Practice decimals with this version of the game City Under Siege. Your objective is to defend the city by giving Lt. Isaac coordinates of the attacking planes to shoot down.
These lower primary strategy games supplement the Strategy Games feature and help children develop logical thinking skills.
These upper primary strategy games supplement those in our strategy games feature and will help improve children's logical thinking skills.
It's color by number! To determine the color of each space solve each addition problem, then use the code at the side of the page. The final picture will be revealed as each square is filled.
For slightly older kids, there are a number of very popular arcade-style "popup" math games. In these games, the child is presented with a math problem and must find the creature that's holding the correct answer and smack it on the head with the hammer. The comical expression the creature makes and the sound effects make this game so fun that children will forget that they're learning math!
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In this game there will be a city with some of the numbered buildings shown. Your task is to construct a road that loops the city.
Sheppard Software offers a couple of cute games for the math students. In this game, called Bugabaloo Addition, children are shown a number of "bug shoes" on the left and the right. The game asks the child to add the two groups of shoes together, and then pick the bug with the correct number printed on it. This game teaches addition through a graphical display that lets the child see and count the shoes. With the numbers right underneath, children easily make the association between the visual cues and the act of addition.