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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.

Logic GamesIn the next blog will see in detail how to play these logic games.

Basically you will be able to play to three different games which are going to be explain in a future blog. So keep lñooking in our blog to find out about this review. The crocodriles, the bees and the Roller Coaster are great to develope and practise logic.

Math Lessons

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

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).



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 School Robot – maths game

Description: By joining the dots of the picture in order you will discover the hidden picture on board so the child can count like when is doing maths, so 1,2,3,4 and so on.

The child will have fun trying to see what is hidden while learn numerical sequences in different levels of maths difficulty.

The school robot is a great way to learn playing games and even the youngest of the family can play and have fun.

Yes I know some of you might think that it is not a maths game.

However the numerical sequences are maths related.

joining the dots with the robot

Learning Objectives

Practice numerical maths sequences.

How to play?

By joining the dots of the picture in order you will discover the hidden picture on board. Click on the smallest number and connect it to the next one and so on.



There are 5 levels of difficulty in this game:

●       Level 1: Numbers from 1 to 10

●       Level 2: Numbers from 10 to 20

●       Level 3: Multiples of ten up to 100

●       Level 4: Number from 20 to 100

●       Level 5: Numbers in fives up to 100


This is a fantastic Maths game! (Enjoy with it)


Illustrated Games

It is recommended that young kids start with the illustrated games, which are easier, and give a good chance to introduce them to the world of numbers.

In this section, the games try to promote the mental activities related to abstract reasoning and stimulate the artistic capacities of the child.

They will practice numerical games with sequences during all these games, visual memory and recognition of numbers and colours.

Illustrated Games Colour puzzle and school








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