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Free & Fun Math Games!

Looking for new online games for your kids? You’ve come to the right place. Math and Logic Games: Have Fun Learning Math is an easily navigated site with FREE online games for students. My daughter and I have been trying out their games and have really enjoyed quite a few. It was easy for us to scroll through the choices. Each game has a description and a difficulty rating which both help you choose games that are just right for a specific age range, skill level, and interest.

Basics of the Games:

  • they are FREE!
  • there are over 90 games
  • all games open in a new tab
  • there are no ads
  • there is no branding or navigation
  • you can choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
  • there are additional games beyond math
  • the games are fun!

Additional Games:

  • word searches
  • crossword puzzles
  • jigsaw puzzles
  • physics games
  • coloring
  • quizzes
  • games for pre-schoolers
  • typing games

Just a Few of our Favorites:

(descriptions come directly from the site)

Burn Matches: Add and/or subtract matches as directed to solve equations in this 20-level game.

Math for Kids Game: multiple choice game which helps kids learn visually by showing animals they must count to then perform mathematical operations on. Players have 2 minutes to play and incorrect answers to not end the game nor lower the player’s score, though count against the game’s accuracy rating.

Feed Math: feed a boy sushi by adding 2 numbered dishes. This game is cute, fun and easy. Time is replenished after each round, though after a dozen or so round the numbers start to get larger, making problems progressively harder.

Find the Differences: Find differences between two side-by-side images.

Ball in the Cup Physics Game: Move blocks, wedges, fans and magnets in order to roll a ball into a cup. The artwork for this 20-level game is beautifully hand drawn. Most levels are quite simple.

Quiz Goose Science: Science-based multiplayer quiz game offering a playing board where position movement is based on rolling a die & correctly answering science questions.

So, since many of us are embarking on this new adventure called internet learning or homeschooling, let’s use this fabulous resource that is right at our fingertips! Visit Math and Logic Games: Have Fun Learning Math today and let your kids practice their skills and learn new ones while having fun. And don’t forget…it’s FREE!

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Orange You Glad it’s Fundanoodle Friday?

Orange (Level One) Fundanoodle products are designed for children starting as early as age 2.5. It is a collection of activity books using numbers, letters, patterns, mazes, matching, coloring and many other aspects of young learning. You’ve already learned about I Can Cut! and I Can Do Fun Activities.

Now, let’s introduce I Can Do Math and Max and Alphie’s Adventures! Activities Book. All Fundanoodle books are top spiral bound. This allows the book to lay flat and is easy for either a righty or a lefty to use!

 

I Can Do Math! Level 1
9″ x 12″
Essential math concepts in support of Common Core State Standards are included in this Level 1 book. Children have fun learning numbers (1-10), number words, shapes and other preschool math skills. Includes a colorful sticker reward system. 40 pages
Price: $9.99

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Max & Alphie’s Adventures! Level 1
9″ x 12″
Full of fun exercises, this activity book improves hand control and endurance, builds confidence and develops fine motor skills. Children learn and have fun as they connect the dots, navigate mazes, find hidden objects and color within the visual boundaries. Includes a colorful sticker reward system. 40 pages.
Price: $9.99

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Max & Alphie’s Adventures! Activity Book

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Great App From ZyroMath!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Zyrobotics for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Great App From ZyroMath!

City Count from ZyroMath is a great challenge for my daughter. She can get frustrated easily, but this app’s settings allow for perfect customization. She didn’t always grab the stars but could make up for it with “power-ups’. The graphics allow for a good amount of focus and concentration and are just fun to watch. Get this app for your child and make counting fun!

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