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Leapster Arcade: Cosmic Math

3.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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  • Interactive learning cartridge
  • For use with the separately sold Leapster Multimedia Learning System
  • Defend your ship from flying space debris and blast away at cosmic rocks that have the right answers
  • Reinforces 1st through 4th grade math tables including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • Action-packed arcade game
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Product Description

Rocket into the cosmos on an incredible math mission!

From the Manufacturer

Rocket into the cosmos on an incredible math mission! Defend your ship from flying space debris and blast away at the cosmic rocks that have the right answers. This stellar arcade game reinforces 1st through 4th grade math tables. 1 or 2 Player Game 4 Challenge Levels Helpful Tutorials What it Teaches: * Addition and Subtraction Facts * Addition and Subtraction to 99 * Multiplication Tables * Division Tables

Product Information

Product Dimensions 1 x 5.2 x 6.5 inches
Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B000B74F08
Item model number 20268
Manufacturer recommended age 6 - 10 years
Best Sellers Rank #317,814 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#393 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids > Systems & Accessories > Electronic Software & Books
#946 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Mathematics & Counting
#1,584 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids > Electronic Learning Toys
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3.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
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Because I am not a teacher, but I'm interested in doing everything I can to constantly help my 6-year-old son learn some simple math skills, I am always looking for little ways to trick some learning into him.

Also, I'm one of those "crazy" parents who is sort of against video games -- I mean, he's only six, he doesn't need to sit in front of the tv for hours. However, I do like the Leapster games. It satisfies his need to play video games like some of his friends, but the cartridges are reliably G-rated and they always teach something.

Cosmic Math is very much like the old Asteroids game we had when I was young. You're given an equation, like "2+6=" and then your ship is surrounded by asteroids that circle the ship getting closer and closer. Each asteroid contains a number and only one contains the correct answer. Try to destroy it before the asteroids destroy the ship. So it drills my son on simple math problems, helping him to learn to figure them out faster. There are different levels with subtraction, multiplication and I think division (we're not there yet). He likes to travel with it and play it for a little while on rainy days -- that kind of thing. It's a great little toy and a good game.
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A Kid's Review on March 26, 2007
Cosmic Math is a great cartridge to add to your Leapster Library. Cosmic Math has Level one which is addition. Level Two is subtraction. Level Three is multiplication. Level Four is division. I love handheld video games and I love to learn new math facts (sometimes it just gets a little boring). So, this cartridge is perfect for me. This cartridge is only for Leapster Multimedia Learning Systems and it does not work on other handheld video games. Are you are a Leapster Owner who loves to blast rocks to learn new math facts? If you are this Leapster Cartridge is for you!
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My son loves this game. He is 6 years old and is learning multiplication thru this game. This is well worth the money.
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My 8 yr. old son received this before leaving on a long car trip just a few days ago. So far he loves it. I thought it would a great way for him to review math facts over the summer so they're not forgotten. It looks like it will be good for that use if not played too often. Although he enjoys it, I was disappointed that there is only one game on the cartridge and there is no incentive to answer the questions quickly, which is what I was hoping for since so many schools require timed testing of math facts. Also there is no correction or assistance if the answer is incorrect, so kids can just keep on guessing with no thought to the correct answer. Also, each level is simply a different type of math function, but within each level there is no easy, medium or hard option. It's just random facts, which I was a bit disappointed with as well. I have a feeling he will be bored from it quickly. If only a few more game variations were offered on the cartridge along with more difficulty levels, it could have been great one. But I would still recommend it for basic fact practice.
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I bought this for my granddaughter to use in her Leapster to help her with her math, which is a subject she was having a bit or trouble grasping at the time. It is not only a very good learning tool, but, is fun to use as well, so it really keeps them interested in using it. It really helped her get a better grasp of the areas of math she was having difficulties with which gave her more confidence in herself. I would really recommend it for young children who are having problems getting the hang of how things work in some areas of math.
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With Leapsters Cosmic Math, it is!!!!!!!!!!! We have 3 Leapsters and tons of the games, and my kids LOVE learning this way!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I got this for my 7 year old 2nd grader as a fun way to practice math facts (she hates flash cards). She and her 9 year old 4th grade sister agree that it's fun, but it moves too slowly to really be engaging for very long. There is only one activity on it, and it is very much like another title "Number Raiders" that they have. They don't play with either very much, and when they do they don't play for very long (20 minutes, maybe?). So in the end not very many math facts get learned or practiced, although as a game it's good for a bit of fun occasionally. Might be good on a trip or a rainy day to occupy some time.
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My 4.5 yr. old son has a few Leapster game but this is definitely a favourite. Great for reviewing basic math concepts and teaching new ones.
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