These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops spatial reasoning and logical thinking skills by visualizing the 2-dimensional view of a 3-dimensional object.
Your child develops estimation skills by estimating the number in the addition problem.
Your child develops an understanding of 2D vs. 3D shapes by printing 2D shapes and folding them to create 3D shapes.
Your child learns about logic and real world math by leading Betty on the shortest route around town.
Your child learns about volume and spatial relations by choosing an accurate combination of cups to fill the space with water.
Your child develops their logical reasoning by trying to get three people across the river in the fewest number of moves.
Your child develops logic and reasoning skills by finding counter examples to the given statement.
Your child develops fine motor skills and an understanding about the way objects move by guiding marbles through a maze. It's harder than it looks!
Your child learns to interact with others by printing Valentines to give to friends.