Addition and Subtraction

May 16th, 2011

Now that you know your numeros (numbers) you can learn how to add and subtract them. Adding and subtracting numbers is fun! ¡También puedes jugar este juego en español! (You can also play this game in Spanish!) Click to view or download: Addition and Subtraction taskcard

Artillery (1995)

June 20th, 2011

You are the india discount xanax paxil Lord of a medieval castle that is being attacked by your neighboring castle whowants to overtake your reign. To protect your kingdom, you need to destroy the other castlebefore it destroys you. Click to view or download: Artillery taskcard

Artillery (1998)

June 20th, 2011

Two castles are separated by a hill.  Each castle has a cannon on top of it.  To play this game, you must estimate at what angle and at what force you need to shoot the  Artillery from your cannon http://viagracanadausa.com/ in order to make it over the hill and blow up the other castle. The [...]

Budgeting a Monopoly

November 13th, 2010

Carmen Math Detective

June 12th, 2009

Thrilling missions challenge you to achieve math success by mastering essential math skills, geometry, hundreds of word problems and 34 easy-to-use problem-solving strategies. As you infiltrate forbidden V.I.L.E. hideouts to uncover the secrets of Carmen’s pilfering power, you’ll practice multiplication and division, convert fractions and decimals, calculate percentages, create 2D models, solve hundreds of word problems, and collect critical codes to deactivate Carmen’s Quantum Crystallizer. You’ll also be challenged to use math strategies such as estimation and conversion.

Carmen Math Detective (2006)

May 4th, 2011

Thrilling missions challenge you to achieve math success by mastering essential math skills, geometry, hundreds of word problems and 34 easy-to-use problem-solving strategies. As you infiltrate forbidden V.I.L.E. hideouts to uncover the secrets of Carmen’s pilfering power, you’ll practice multiplication and division, convert fractions and decimals, calculate percentages, create 2D models, solve hundreds of word [...]

Carmen Math Detective (Mayor Version)

May 4th, 2011

Thrilling missions challenge you to achieve math success by mastering essential math skills, geometry, hundreds of word problems and 34 easy-to-use problem-solving strategies. As you infiltrate forbidden V.I.L.E. hideouts to uncover the secrets of Carmen’s pilfering power, you’ll practice multiplication and division, convert fractions and decimals, calculate percentages, create 2D models, solve hundreds of word [...]

Carmen USA (1997)

May 4th, 2011

The villains of VILE are on the loose, led by that superspy turned master thief, Carmen Sandiego. Her henchmen are pulling heists in all 50 states, taking national treasures most crooks wouldn’t dare tackle. The ACME Detective Agency needs you. Your assignment is to catch the culprits and return the stolen goods. So when you [...]

Carmen World

June 12th, 2009

Expand your knowledge of world geography as you track villains trails through 50 beautifully painted, scrolling landscapes from around the world, each rich with history, culture and music. Learn more about each country and culture you visit through spoken

Carmen World (2006)

May 4th, 2011

Expand your knowledge of world geography as you track villains trails through 50 beautifully painted, scrolling landscapes from around the world, each rich with history, culture and music. Learn more about each country and culture you visit through spoken carmen world 2006 taskcard carmen world 2006 worksheet

Decimal and Fraction Maze

June 23rd, 2009

Practice fraction and decimal skills through this challenging game. Work on equivalent fractions, place value and common denominators. Solve the problems presented by the Maze Masters.

Dinopark Tycoon

June 23rd, 2009

Players must run a modern park that features dinosaurs as its main attraction. The goal is to take care of the dinosaurs and feed them, while keeping the park clean, organized, and well maintained

Fraction Decimal Mania

July 6th, 2009

Practice your fraction skills. Play the fraction munchers, decimal dash and decimal chompers game.

Fraction Munchers

July 6th, 2009

Find equivalent fractions, compare fractions and build fraction expressions before being eaten by a Troggle. Note: an online version of this game is available at: http://www.virtualapple.org/fractionmunchersdisk.html

Inquiring Minds Want to Know

November 14th, 2010

Island of Dr. Brain (1997)

May 5th, 2011

The game starts out with Dr. Brain telling you how he was working late in his lab and was clouted with a pink flamingo and the plans for his latest top-secret project were stolen. Fortunately, Dr. Brain had left the fact that the project requires a special battery to operate. The battery can be found in only one place – Dr. Brain’s private island. Your assignment is to go to his island, get the battery and bring it back to him. On the island, you will have to go through Dr. Brain’s security puzzles. If you are in any trouble, you can use the hint watch to contact Dr. Brain and he will give you clues. Some of the puzzles are easy, others are not.

Island of Dr. Brain (2006)

June 24th, 2009

The game starts out with Dr. Brain telling you how he was working late in his lab and was clouted with a pink flamingo and the plans for his latest top-secret project were stolen. Fortunately, Dr. Brain had left the fact that the project requires a special battery to operate. The battery can be found in only one place – Dr. Brain’s private island. Your assignment is to go to his island, get the battery and bring it back to him. On the island, you will have to go through Dr. Brain’s security puzzles. If you are in any trouble, you can use the hint watch to contact Dr. Brain and he will give you clues. Some of the puzzles are easy, others are not.

Jumpstart 3rd Grade Adventures

June 10th, 2009

Use 3rd grade problem solving skills to outsmart the mischeievous Polly. Solve puzzles, unlock secret codes as you practice math, science, reading and history skills. Hints file also included.

Logical Journey of the Zoombinis

June 10th, 2009

Travel to a remarkable new world and treat your brain to an outlandishly fun and challenging adventure. Diabolical Bloats have seized Zoombini Isle, and it will take a clever mind to help the Zoombinis navigate their way to safety. Standing between you and your destination are twelve perilous puzzles, with four levels of difficulty each. But beware, this is no ordinary challenge. Zoombinis’ captivating gameplay features math without numbers. Solving Zoombinis puzzles uses the process of mathematical thinking. This process includes organizing information, reasoning with evidence, and testing systematically. Recording tip sheet also included.

Logical Journey of the Zoombinis (1997)

May 12th, 2011

Travel to a remarkable new world and treat your brain to an outlandishly fun and challenging adventure. Diabolical Bloats have seized Zoombini Isle, and it will take a clever mind to help the Zoombinis navigate their way to safety. Standing between you and your destination are twelve perilous puzzles, with four levels of difficulty each. But beware, this is no ordinary challenge. Zoombinis’ captivating gameplay features math without numbers. Solving Zoombinis puzzles uses the process of mathematical thinking. This process includes organizing information, reasoning with evidence, and testing systematically. Recording tip sheet also included.

Logical Journey of the Zoombinis (2006)

May 12th, 2011

Travel to a remarkable new world and treat your brain to an outlandishly fun and challenging adventure. Diabolical Bloats have seized Zoombini Isle, and it will take a clever mind to help the Zoombinis navigate their way to safety. Standing between you and your destination are twelve perilous puzzles, with four levels of difficulty each. But beware, this is no ordinary challenge. Zoombinis’ captivating gameplay features math without numbers. Solving Zoombinis puzzles uses the process of mathematical thinking. This process includes organizing information, reasoning with evidence, and testing systematically. Recording tip sheet also included.

Lost Mind of Dr Brain

June 26th, 2009

This game is the third in the Dr. Brain series. Solve logic, math, and other puzzling conundrums designed to stress your brain.

The game includes new puzzles, but you can play any one at any time, unlike previous versions, where you had to beat some puzzles before you could go to the next puzzle.

Math & Me

July 14th, 2011

Join the mischievious monkeys to play with numbers, shapes, patterns and addition. The Golemhas picked it out just for you. Be sure to let him know what you think. Click to view or download: math and me taskcard

Math Adventure

June 30th, 2009

Play plenty of math games to improve your math Skills. Praces multiplication, addtion, subtractions, division and geometry. Even have a chance to play round off, tic tac toe and other fun games.

Math Blaster in Search of Spot

June 25th, 2009

Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in this In the first activity, the Trash Zapper, the user has to solve math facts problems to earn tractor beams with which to try and zap space-borne recyclables. When 15 pieces have been collected, the user moves on to the Number Recycler activity. Here, the challenge is to create correct equations while recycling unneeded equation variables for later use. From the Recycler, the user moves on to the Cave Runner activity. This activity requires the most mental gymnastics. Here, our hero has a number on his back. To jet his way to the higher levels inside the cave where Spot has been taken, the user must mentally calculate the values of math operations on opposite sides of multiple openings, and choose the opening whose values bracket his own number. Got that? And to make it a bit more challenging, the hero’s number changes as he bumps into descending water drops which carry mathematical ‘charges.’ This one will make your sixth grader work! Finally, our hero encounters the evil Trash Alien in his space ship, and has to confront not only math problems, but floating space trash obstacles.
fun game. Two different taskcards available. Levels adjustable.

Math Blaster Mystery

June 30th, 2009

Decipher Secret codes, measure weithgs and earn points to become an expert problem solver.

Math Blaster Mystery Great Brain Robbery

June 11th, 2009

Build pre-algebra, logical-thinking and word problem skills while searching Dr. Dabble’s creepy mansion for a stolen brain. Three levels of math difficulty and over 150 different word problems-all of them read out loud in digitized speech-cover subjects such as estimation, proportion, computation, order of operations, and equation completion. Includes outrageous graphics, toe-tapping music and wild sound effects. Ages 10 to Adult.

Math Blaster Plus

June 30th, 2009

Solve basic multiplication and division problems to obtain parts to a rocket that will launch when you get enough problems correct. Solve fraction equations to get to play a game where you zap trash.

Math Blasters

July 14th, 2011

This game teaches adding, subtracting, multiplication, division,and decimals Click to view or download: mathblasters taskcard

Math Heads

June 25th, 2009

Math Heads from Theatrix Interactive teaches kids about different math activities in a gameshow-like environment. Players build bodies for themselves, choosing headgear, faces and bodies from a variety of on-screen choices. These become the icons that represent them through the various activities in the program.

These games include: “Go Mental”, “Dance ‘Til you Drop”, “Face the Music”, “Go Shopping” and the “Infomercial Channel”.

By solving problems successfully, players gain cash and can use the money to “Go Shopping”, buying math tricks, jokes, games and puzzles, more math problems, or additional heads, headgear and bodies.

Math Rabbit

July 14th, 2011

This game will help you learn how to count. Click to view or download: math rabbit taskcard

Math Shop

June 25th, 2009

The basic premiss of Math Shop is a simple one. Children assume the role of shopkeeper, and serve customers who walk into their stores. Ten different stores are available for choosing from, with each store emphasizing a different sort of math problem. The Donut Store, for example, emphasizes fraction questions; the Boutique emphasizes practical “cash-register” questions; the Jewelry store emphasizes decimal additions; and the Pharmacy emphasizes percents.

The basic premiss of Math Shop is a simple one. Children assume the role of shopkeeper, and serve customers who walk into their stores. Ten different stores are available for choosing from, with each store emphasizing a different sort of math problem. The Donut Store, for example, emphasizes fraction questions; the Boutique emphasizes practical “cash-register” questions; the Jewelry store emphasizes decimal additions; and the Pharmacy emphasizes percents.

The basic premiss of Math Shop is a simple one. Children assume the role of shopkeeper, and serve customers who walk into their stores. Ten different stores are available for choosing from, with each store emphasizing a different sort of math problem. The Donut Store, for example, emphasizes fraction questions; the Boutique emphasizes practical “cash-register” questions; the Jewelry store emphasizes decimal additions; and the Pharmacy emphasizes percents.

Math Workshop

June 26th, 2009

Math Workshop uses a variety of puzzles and games to reinforce math concepts such as number operations, estimation, fractions, patterns, and geometry. Many activities also provide practice in problem solving and logical reasoning.

Math Workshop 2/3 (2006)

May 9th, 2011

Math Workshop uses a variety of puzzles and games to reinforce math concepts such as number operations, estimation, fractions, patterns, and geometry. Many activities also provide practice in problem solving and logical reasoning.

MBM PreAlgebra (2001)

May 9th, 2011

Build pre-algebra, logical-thinking and word problem skills while searching Dr. Dabble’s creepy mansion for a stolen brain. Three levels of math difficulty and over 150 different word problems-all of them read out loud in digitized speech-cover subjects such as estimation, proportion, computation, order of operations, and equation completion. Includes outrageous graphics, toe-tapping music and wild sound effects. Ages 10 to Adult.

Mighty Math Calculating Crew

June 11th, 2009

Students accompany the adventurous Mighty Math Calculating Crew in four challenging activities as they tackle multiplication and division of whole numbers and decimals, number line concepts, 3D shapes and their properties, and money transactions.

Mighty Math Number Heroes

June 25th, 2009

Third through sixth graders will have a blast with the Number Heroes while they strengthen math skills and build math confidence.

Exciting activities teach multiplication and division, plane geometry, fractions, graphs and charts, probability and more.

Fraction Man uses fireworks and fractions become very clear. Kids can make their own fraction fireworks or answer questions. Students start with basic fractions and move on to comparing fractions, finding equivalent fractions and converting decimals to fractions. This activity is amazing.

Exploring probabilities with Handsome Chance is a blast. Students read graphs and charts, predict outcome and determine probability all while making action figures. Kids can test their hypothesis with the probability machine.

Geobot challenges students to think geometrically. Kids build geometric shapes and designs while learning concepts like perimeter, area, congruence, similarity, symmetry, rotation and tessellations. Understanding is easy when you can visualize the concepts.

Quizzo Challenge is a galactic game show where kids compete against wacky contestants or their friends. Students solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, analogy, shape identification, sorting and sequencing problems.

Mission Think

June 11th, 2009

Play arcade style games that sharpens thinking and problem-solving skills that sharpen skills in math and science.

Beat Morty Mortimer as he challenges students to a duel of wits. Equipped with hundreds of mind-bending puzzles, games and mazes, Morty’s ready to take on the next generation of super solvers!

Number Maze (1997)

May 9th, 2011

Number Maze focuses on helping the user improve math skills through practice. The program consists of a series of mazes, and obstacles. To overcome the obstacles and reach the castle at the end of the maze, the user must correctly answer math problems. These problems include both drill-style calculations and word problems. Number Maze has many skill levels. It is useful for both the early and late elementary levels.

Number Maze (2001)

June 25th, 2009

Number Maze focuses on helping the user improve math skills through practice. The program consists of a series of mazes, and obstacles. To overcome the obstacles and reach the castle at the end of the maze, the user must correctly answer math problems. These problems include both drill-style calculations and word problems. Number Maze has many skill levels. It is useful for both the early and late elementary levels.

Number Munchers

June 25th, 2009

Game play begins with four Muncher lives (the one currently in play, plus three others in reserve). After scoring a certain number of points, the player gains an extra life. Players lose a life if they swallow an incorrect answer. Additionally, five different types of enemy (or “Troggle”) appear throughout the game. Players lose a life if they make contact with a Troggle. There are five modes of play: Multiples, Factors, Primes, Equality, and Inequality. Players can also choose from a “challenge” mode, which randomizes these modes. In the Multiples mode, the muncher must munch all numbers which are multiples of the number given; for example, if the designated number is 3 then the muncher must eat all 6′s, 9′s, and 12′s and avoid numbers such as 7. In Factors the muncher seeks to ingest the factors of a given number, in Primes he craves prime numbers, and in the Equality and Inequality modes the muncher devours expressions such as 2+4 which are equivalent or not equivalent (respectively) to the designated number.

Operation Neptune (1999)

May 9th, 2011

It’s a deep-sea search-and-rescue mission for an unmanned space capsule. Players are challenged to solve a variety of real-life math problems that build a solid pre-algebra math and problem-solving foundation, including an introduction to algebraic equations using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, and percentages. As they navigate hazardous undersea mazes, players interpret data found in charts, graphs, maps, and tables and solve word problems involving measurement concepts such as area, distance, and volume.

Operation Neptune (2006)

June 9th, 2009

It’s a deep-sea search-and-rescue mission for an unmanned space capsule. Players are challenged to solve a variety of real-life math problems that build a solid pre-algebra math and problem-solving foundation, including an introduction to algebraic equations using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, and percentages. As they navigate hazardous undersea mazes, players interpret data found in charts, graphs, maps, and tables and solve word problems involving measurement concepts such as area, distance, and volume.

Origami V1

June 25th, 2009

Learn the ancient art of Japanese paper folding while at the same time learning some basic concepts of geometry. Projects range from easy to difficult.

Outnumbered

May 9th, 2011

Solve math challenges in each room to collect clues and a secret code. Use these items to help you find the Master of Mischief’s secret hideout. Designed for kids ages 7 to 10 to help build basic mathematical skills, such as number recognition, counting, and basic algebraic operations.

Outnumbered (2006)

June 30th, 2009

Solve math challenges in each room to collect clues and a secret code. Use these items to help you find the Master of Mischief’s secret hideout. Designed for kids ages 7 to 10 to help build basic mathematical skills, such as number recognition, counting, and basic algebraic operations.

OutNumbered! (2000)

May 9th, 2011

Solve math challenges in each room to collect clues and a secret code. Use these items to help you find the Master of Mischief’s secret hideout. Designed for kids ages 7 to 10 to help build basic mathematical skills, such as number recognition, counting, and basic algebraic operations.

Quarter Mile Math

June 11th, 2009

Race against other horses by solving math problems. The four operations plus many other number topics areas (including counting, place value, missing number, etc.). Includes whole number estimation topics and some alphabet topics.

Reader Rabbit Personalized Math 4-6

May 16th, 2011

Let’s join Reader Rabbit and his friends at the amusement park and circus, where math is your ticket to thrilling rides and fun-filled games.  Reader Rabbit is going to show you that math is divertido (fun)! ¿Has ido a un parque de diversión o al circo? ¿Cual? (Have you ever been to an amusement park [...]

Reader Rabbit Second Grade

June 10th, 2009

Good review of basic 2nd grade skills. Topics covered include: spelling, recognizing synonyms, antonyms, and compound words; adding, subtracting and fractions; reading comprehension and sentence construction; telling time; and recognizing number patterns.

Ready For Math Pooh

August 10th, 2010

As Winne the Pooh’s visitor and new member of the 100 Acre Wood, it is your mission to help Winnie the Pooh and his friends complete various tasks. Are you up for the challenge? If yes, head on over to the garden and make sure to bring your appetite!

SET (1999)

May 11th, 2011

Play the computerized version of the challenging card game. Look for patterns and try to find SETS of cards. Very FUN! A game of visual perception

SET (2001)

June 25th, 2009

Play the computerized version of the challenging card game. Look for patterns and try to find SETS of cards. Very FUn! A game of visual perception

Statistics Project

June 25th, 2009

Poll your classmates and use EXCEL spreadsheet software to create graphs. Calculate mode, median, mean and range.

Sticky Bear’s Math Towne

May 16th, 2011

Welcome to Sticky Bear’s Math Towne!! Today you will learn that math problems can be found everywhere including your neighborhood. ¿Que lugares puedes nombrar de tu vecindario o comunidad? (What places can you name that are in your neighborhood or community?) ¡También puedes jugar en español! (You can also play in Spanish!) Click to view [...]

Tangrams

June 25th, 2009

Complete a series of tangram puzzles. Tangrams are seven piece puzzles. Each piece is used to make a particular shape and in most cases must be arranged in a specific pattern in order to achieve the completion of a picture. The puzzles are online and take some real thinking to complete. After doing the puzzle online, make your own tangram puzzle pieces and design a puzzle for the wizard.

Treasure Galaxy

June 11th, 2009

The math adventure that develops an understanding of measurement, basic fractions, geometric shapes, and more. The program helps five- to nine-year-old children build real-world math skills, including identifying basic fractions, measuring length and weight, and locating calendar dates.

Treasure Mountain

June 11th, 2009

The Master of Mischief has stolen the magic crown and is using its power to gather all of the mountain’s magic gold. To win back the crown, children must find treasures hidden along the trail and lock them away in the mountaintop castle.They’ll need to avoid mischievous elves and answer their reading, thinking, math, and science questions.

More than 350 spoken problem-solving questions and automatic leveling make playing easier for prereaders and beginning readers.

TUX Math Scrabble (2007)

June 12th, 2009

Similiar to the Scrabble word game, only this game uses numbers to create math equations. Game can be adjusted for different grade levels (example: younger students can play with just addition and subtraction operations. ) Game is downloaded on the computer. Do a Google search for math scrabble to download.

TUX Math Scrabble 2/3

May 11th, 2011

Similiar to the Scrabble word game, only this game uses numbers to create math equations. Game can be adjusted for different grade levels (example: younger students can play with just addition and subtraction operations. ) Game is downloaded on the computer. Do a Google search for math scrabble to download.