Category Archives: Maths Games

The Space Ship game

In each game, the children will receive lots of energy cells when they are progressing in the different levels. The child will get energy cells that will be kept in the storage battery. Click on it and place the energy cell in the external fuel tank of the space ship. When you get all energy cells, the Martians will have fuel enough to travel to their planet. Note that the game is designed for a wide range of age so you should not put the Read More +

Scores game

In this section everyone can see the progress and scores in each game. In this screen, the statistics of every game is shown separately and the child, parents or teacher can see the progress in each skill and print it as well. The scores are important because they may keep the children motivated and interested giving them the chance to improve and challenge themselves. The game is one of the most important thing for the child. If the game is not good the child will Read More +

The Roller Coaster and Bees maths game

Description: The child enjoy maths when he plays this purely logic game. The child will have to work hard to finish the logic sequence of shapes on the train. The To do it, you must use the shapes you see in the sky and put them in to the wagons. At the most difficult level, even mum and dad can play. If you are not good at this don´t worry it doesn´t actually means that you are bad at maths. You may need to practice Read More +

Logic Games

Logic Games is a group of three different activities which try to stimulate the deductive reasoning. This section is one of the most important parts of mathematical thought. In these games working on it at early age is really positive for the child. It provides children of a better viewing of the world and let them understand better their planet. In the next blog will see in detail how to play these logic games. Basically you will be able to play to three different games Read More +

The Crocodiles logic game to practise Maths

With this logic game your child will be able to practise maths and to stimulates his or her mental ability. Description: In this game, the child will have to calculate the number of jumps that Pipo has to make to reach the other side of a river full of hungry crocodiles. This game stimulates mental agility and logic reasoning in a funny way so they will be able to learn and enjoy at the same time. Learning Objectives Promote mental agility Stimulate logic and deductive Read More +