Category Archives: Math

Drive: Times Tables Practice

Practice your multiplication skills by testing your times table knowledge. Each level starts with ten multiplication questions. By answering the questions correctly you will earn credits which can then be spent in the workshop to make improvements to your car. Once you have spent all of your credits it is time to hit the race track – you need to complete two laps of each track within the time limit. There are five tracks in total to complete.

Math Hurdles

Answer simple math questions to jump hurdles. A fun math training game for grade 1 through 3.

Math Man

Prepare to indulge in the remake of the phenomenal arcade classic and journey through the amazing arithmetical world! Your goal in this game is to control the Math Man to consume all the ghosts in the mazes after solving the equations.

Domino 23-STOP

Plays another domino tiles that the sum of both sides (rows) of the tiles was a prime number and receive a sum equal to 23. When the sum of one side (row) of domino tiles (or both sides) is not prime you lose points. Domino tile with the number of 0 reset

Count the Sheep

Disguised as sheep by covering themselves with sheepskin, the cunning wolves are hosting a masquerade with the aim to attack the innocent sheep. Can you bring an end to their fantasy with your eagle eyes?

City Under Siege – Decimal

Practice decimals with this version of the game City Under Siege. Sunray City has just been hit by a surprise air force attack. Your objective is to defend the city by giving Lt. Isaac coordinates of the attacking planes to shoot down.

Jampo – 10

Hey KIDS help Jampo return to their planet. Collecting stars and learning to count to 10. Game recommended for children 2-5 years old. Supported voices: English and Brazilian Portuguese.

Lever Physics

Balance the lever by placing objects of different weights.

Peter Pig’s Money Counter

With the help of wise Peter Pig, kids practice sorting and counting coins to earn money for their “banks”—all the while learning fun facts about U.S. currency. They learn to recognize and sort coins based on value, adding up multiple coins and more. The game was developed by Visa Inc. for elementary school aged kids 4-7.

Arithmetic Game

Fancy some interesting arithmetic training? Come and search for the numeric components and complete the equations in this game! You will be given a large grid of numerous numbers, while a questions will be presented at the bottom of the screen.