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LeapFrog Leapster Learning Game Scholastic Math Missions, Compatible with Leapster and Leapster2 learning game systems only
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- Real-world mathematics challenges await you in Spectacle City as you use your skills to save local stores!
- Don't let trouble multiply at the seafood market--select the correct fish to balance the scale.
- Complete mathematics problems and earn money.
- Spend your hard-earned cash playing three exciting games at the arcade.
- Teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication, money and geometry.
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The incentive system is also well done. By earning money for doing math tasks, my son can then pay to play "video arcade" games, which are more fun than educational in nature. (The games are simple and just the right level of complexity for 5-7 year olds, along the lines of early video games like pac-man.)He LOVES these games, and is willing to spend hours doing the math puzzles in order to earn the money to play the video games.
This is a great game. I hope Scholastic puts out more cartridges for the Leapster platform.
She loves playing the math games and "earning" money that she can then use to play the little arcade games. Truthfully, she doesn't play the arcade games very much, because she loves seeing her "dollar" amount increase and loves the math games. She doesn't seem to want to spend her "money" on the arcade games! I think this is great because it also teaches her about money and saving.
I can't find a single thing wrong with this game...by far one of the most educational leapster games available.
The game has 4 assignments and 3 arcade games you can play with the money you earned on the assignments.
In other reviews and in the leapfrog site I didn't see a mention of what the arcade games are, so here goes: 1) snake (25 cents)
2) flying a spaceship to rescue soldiers - you have limited fuel (which is used to boost you up - and then you can move to the sides as well) and you need to avoid crashing into the rocks - 50 cents.
3) castle something - in each level you are in a room with ladders and you have a limited time in which to get the key and open the door to exit the room, while collecting as many coins as you can to raise your score (there's a bonus for collecting all coins). As you progress you need to collect boots that help you jump higher, avoid guards, ride a flying step, etc (we had to return the game before I found out what the etc. is...)
I am an adult, so I have played snake too much in the past to enjoy it, but I recall that I used to enjoy it when it was the only thing to play on the cellphone. The other two are fun, but I can't tell you how many levels they have, since, as I mentioned, we returned the game.
As for the assignments:
(1) The window tangram game that gets stuck
(2) A fish weighing game (e.g.Read more ›
The way the game is set up you earn money for each task you complete. The more you play the more money you earn by getting raises. You can spend the money at the "arcade" where you can play three non-math, non-educational type games (snake, moon lander, and this other one that I forgot the name of but you are in a castle type setting finding keys)
It's a nice game, and I like the money earning concept. The math games hold my son's interest as much as the arcade ones do, so sometimes he'll amass huge sums of money before getting over to the arcade. Other times he'll deplete all his money at the arcade... but it all evens out because once the money is gone he has to do more math games again to earn more.
This was well worth the money paid.
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My daughter loved it! 5 yr old ... The questions race past but hold her interest!
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My grandchildren used this a lot and really strengthened their math skills while having great fun!Published 15 months ago by Joanne Brown
The game came really quickly, and there are no problems with it at all. My son likes it, and has played it often. Read morePublished on January 21, 2014 by C. J. Freeman
Flash cards can be a great way to practice math but they're boring. Math is one of those subjects that it can be hard enough to get kids to practice at all, let alone enjoy it. Read morePublished on April 19, 2011 by E. Kennedy
I do not know what this even is. My Grandson wanted it and I bought it.
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Both my 8 and 3 1/2 year olds like this game, however; there is a game-Sky align-that has a glitch and it won't let you get passed it. Read morePublished on March 4, 2010 by Mothree
I bought it for my 8 years old niece. I think it will be a great help for her.Published on February 12, 2010 by P. Carias Mossi