Category Archives: Maths Games

The Money game maths

Description: This is an incredibly useful maths game for children.

With this maths game they will learn and practice how to use the money correctly giving the exact coins the need to buy anything.

The children can practise this kind of activity really useful in real life. In the game, the will have to buy putting the exact coins into the machine.

The Money maths game

Learning Objectives

Learn to use money to buy something.

Practice maths with additions in a normal situation.

Practice maths calculating the exact price of different objects.

Learn the money system of a unit and cents

 

How to play?

There is an object in the machine with a price. Click on the dollars/euros to place it into the columns and form the number you need to buy the object in the machine. There are one column for dollars/euros and another one for cents. When you get the exact number click OK button to check if you are right to buy the product.

* Press F8 key to change the configuration of the currency (Dollar or Euro).

 

Levels

Level 1: Practice maths with additions of cents up to 20.

Level 2: Addition of euros/dollars up to 20.

Level 3: Practice maths with addition of cents up to 1.50 euros/dollars.

Level 4: Addition of euro/dollar and cents (less than 25).

Level 5: Addition of euro/dollar (only notes).

Level 6: Practice maths with addition of euro/dollar and cents.

Math Lessons

This game is great to learn Maths and have fun. (Maths info)

The Box of Sweets maths game

Description: In this maths game the child will have to apply the concept learnt in the scales before.

They will have to learn how to tell a weight using a scale. They have to balance the scale to calculate and tell the weight of a box of sweets.

This is also an interesting maths game because they can use mathematics with a useful purpose.

practice with scales maths game with Pipo

Learning Objectives

Learn to weight using a scale.

Learn the maths concept of equivalence.

Use interactively classic system of measure.

Practice maths additions and subtraction in a applied use.

How to play?

Place the weights in the scale to try to get a balance. The weights are in the shelf, choose one each time and click on it to put it into the scale. When you get a balance, you will be able to tell the weight of the box of sweets.

If you want to change the position of any weight, click on it again to replace it. If you have made a mistake you also can press the trash can and it will come back to the self automatically.

 

Levels

There are 10 levels of difficulty in this maths game:

Weights only one side: By trial and error you will need to solve a sum

Level 1: Maths with two numbers less than 10.

Level 2: Numbers less than 10.

Level 3: Numbers between 7 and 20.

Level 4: Maths with two numbers less than 50.

Level 5: Three numbers less than 50.

Weights both sides: Place a weight on each side and solve a subtraction.

Level 6: Two weights and addition up to 10.

Level 7: Three weights and addition up to 10.

Level 8: Two weights and addition up to 20.

Level 9: Two weights and addition up to 100.

Level 10: Three weights and maths addition up to 50.

Math Lessons

This game is great to learn Maths and have fun. (Maths info)

The Weights of the Scales to learn maths

Description: In this maths game the child will play and learn to balance weights of the scales.

With this, the child will understand the maths concept of equivalence working with weights.

It is also interesting because they can see how works the firsts and archaic measuring systems which is important from the point of view of History. Now a days is not easy to see this instruments and it let the child realize how it was in past.

Weights of the Scales and practice your maths

Learning Objectives

Learn to weight using a scale.

Learn the maths concept of equivalence.

Use interactively classic system of measure.

Practice maths additions in a applied use.

How to play?

Place the weights in the scale to try to get a balance. The weights are in the shelf, choose one each time and click on it to put it into the scale. If you want to change the position of any weight, click on it again to replace it. If you have made a mistake you also can press the trash bin and it will come back to the self automatically.

Levels

There are 4 levels of difficulty in this maths game:

Level 1: 3 weights and addition up to 8.

Level 2: 4 weights and addition up to 16.

Level 3: 3 weights and maths addition up to 20.

Level 4: Maths addition of 4 weights up to 20.

Math Lessons

This game is great to learn Maths and have fun. (Maths info)

The Fish maths game

In this maths game the child will have to learn how to measure the fish with a ruler and then give an answer of how long is each fish putting it in the cave where it belongs.

With The Fish maths game the child will learn the procedure of measuring with a ruler, working on the concept of size.

Plus, to give the result in the high levels they will have to solve an addition or subtraction.

maths measurement game with Pipo

Learning Objectives

Learn to measure using a ruler.

Reinforce maths addition and subtraction.

Practice the addition in a applied use

 

How to play?

You have to find out how long is each fish. To do that, place the fish at the beginning of the ruler and then measure it.

When you know its size put it in the correct cave where it belongs. Each cave has a bubble with a number. There are three caves but only one of them has the same number as the fish size. Sometimes, you will have to solve and do your maths doing an addition or subtraction to see which the right cave is.

Levels

There are 8 levels of difficulty in this maths game:

Level 1: This maths level is with numbers from 1 to 10.

Level 2: Numbers from 1 to 20.

Level 3: This maths level is with numbers from 1 to 30.

Level 4: Addition up to 10

Level 5: This maths level is with addition up to 20.

Level 6: Subtraction with numbers from 1 to 10 (without carrying over).

Level 7: Subtraction with numbers from 1 to 20 (without carrying over).

Level 8: Subtraction with numbers from 1 to 20 (using carrying over).

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This game is great to learn Maths and have fun. (Maths info)

The Cash Register – maths game

Description: In the Cash Register maths game the child will learn to form from one-digit numbers to four-digit numbers.

The maths game has a cash machine with 4 columns that represents thousands, hundreds, tens and units.

The child will have to manage to form the number that Pipo is asking for. This maths exercise is really helpful to reinforce and connect other concepts.

The Cash Register maths game

Learning Objectives

Learn the positional value of figures.

Learn how to form figures up to 9999.

 

How to play the cash register maths game?

There are 4 windows in columns representing units, tens, hundreds and thousands. Each column has one arrow on the top (more: next number) and other one at the bottom (less: previous number). Click the arrows of each column to select and form the number that Pipo ask you for. Press OK button to see if you are right.

 

Levels

There are 5 levels of difficulty in this game:

Level 1: One-digit numbers. (This level is quite elementary.)

Level 2: Two-digit numbers. From 10 to 20. (This level is elementary.)

Level 3: Two-digit numbers. Up to 99. (This level shows a medium level for the age.)

Level 4: Three-digit numbers. (This level shows a medium-high level for the age.)

Level 5: Four-digit numbers. (this level shows a high level for the age.)

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This game is great to learn Maths and have fun. (Maths info)