These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child learns about the concept of economics and the exchange of goods for money by solving difficult problems and unlocking key parts to the map.
Your child gains familiarity understanding and manipulating numbers and decimals by trying to add up to a target value using place value representations.
Your child practices telling time by matching numbers on a digital clock to the correct wall clock. Your child helps make sure the airplanes are leaving at the correct time, a real world math concept.
Your child develops a better understanding of money and how it is used by selecting the right combination of bills and coins to add up to a target amount.
Your child practices telling time using a traditional clock by helping select the correct future time based on the present clock face.
Your child develops real world math understanding of money by solving a variety of fun fictional word problems.
Your child will learn why the month of February has only 28 days while watching this video.
Your child learns about relationship of time to events and word problems by playing this game.
You child watch this video and will learn why a leap year has 366 days.
Your child will develop counting skills watching Doc and her friends counting up her money to see if she has enough for her new microscope.