Math Missions with Card Game Kindergarten-2nd Grade [Old Version]
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- Build real-world math skills and earn money for arcade games!
- Thousands of math challenges and word problems
- 3 action-packed arcade games
- Automatically adjusts according to your child¿s progress
- Supports National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards for grades 3-5
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Use real world math skills to earn money for arcade games! Catch the bus, subway or ferry to travel the city and tackle fun math challenges in the stores of Spectacle City. Build addition, subtraction, fractions and problem solving skills while constructing a skyscraper, sorting toys at the toy store, counting types of candy at the outdoor market and more. Earn money for each correct answer¿then use it to play exciting games in the arcade! Free Inside! What¿s My Change Card Game includes 20 self-checking cards that help kids learn about money!
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When real-world math meets real-life fun, kids cant help but learn! This action-packed adventure combines challenging plot-based math activities with irresistible arcade-style games. A memorable--and valuable--math experience.
From the bus to the ferry to the toy store and beyond, Math Missions: The Race to Spectacle City Arcade leads youngsters on a stimulating learning journey of discoveries and rewards. A fun, urban environment sets the stage for 12 exciting activities like sorting toys and counting candy. Each accomplishment yields cash kids can use for still more fun at the virtual arcade!
- Explore 12 activities with three levels of challenge
- Tackle thousands of tough math puzzles and word problems
- Learn fast--the level of challenge automatically increases to match your progress
- Use handy hints to get through tough spots without frustration
- Celebrate your accomplishments with motivating progress reports
- Math Missions supports the educational standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- Early division
- Classification and sorting
- Logic and reasoning
- Problem solving
- Early geometry
- Navigation and directions
A bonus math card game is included.
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We homeschool our kids and our 7 year old has been hesitant to want to learn math. (He's fine with the theory, he just doesn't want to try and figure out problems on his own.) Well, now he's doing math. The problems get harder as he works at them. If he doesn't know how to do something he clicks on a device and he's given instruction. We've only had it three days but he asks to play it. We'll see how it goes over time, but so far, so good.
For memorizing basic problems we will be using Timez Attack Standard--Home License You can go to their website and download for free or buy the expanded version. The downside is addition and subtraction are still in beta testing so as I write they are not complete. Hopefully soon. However, multiplication and division are completed and are fun ways for kids to memorize their facts.
Another problem is that you have to complete things in each area/shop/etc before you can "go to the arcade". The problem is it doesn't say how many time or how much you need to do in each part, so a child can't figure out exactly what needs to be done.
There is no way a K or 1st grader can navigate alone. My daughter is pretty computer savy and she kept asking for help.
However, It is better than a regular video game. I have yet to find a game that has basic addition subtraction that is not boring.