These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops addition and subtraction skills by figuring out which equations match the answer.
Your child develops number recognition by moving moving old robot parts (each assigned a different number up to 10,000) into a recycling machine (asking for a specific number from the old robot parts).
Your child develops by removing all of the cards that add up to 13 on the game board.
Your child develops counting and early addition skills by counting different groups of animals.
Your child practices addition and subtraction skills in this timed multiple choice game that presents intermediate difficulty number sentences.
Your child develops addition skills by using marshmallows as manipulatives. The game provides your child with a visual to better understand regrouping.
Your child develops mental math skills by multiplying numbers from 1 to 10.
Your child develops addition and logical reasoning skills by helping Slithers crack the code. Ability to regroup/ borrow required.
Your child develops some beginning addition skills by watching this Sesame Street song by Elmo and LL Cool1 J.
Your child develops math facts by identifying the subtraction problem that goes with the answer.