Last week we launched another new game, Chopper Squad which is designed to help children learning the concept of one more or less and ten more or less. It is a simpler version of our recently launched Helicopter Rescue which is proving very popular. Chopper Squad uses varying sized number grids up to a hundred square. It is also useful for those children who are beginning to extend their knowledge of the first numbers as the smallest grid focuses on the numbers 1 to 30.
This week we’ve added two new tablet friendly maths games:
Coconut Odd or Even and Coconut Multiples. They are similar games but they cover different mathematical concepts.
In Coconut Odd or Even children need to identify either odd or even numbers by hitting the relevant coconuts.
Coconut Multiples requires children to identify multiples in either individual times tables or mixed tables. Users can select whether to work with tables up to 10 or 12.
We are delighted to announce the launch of our brand new maths game, Helicopter Rescue, which is based on number charts and is designed to help children get to grips with two-digit numbers. It’s suitable for 5 to 8 year olds and it can help children find their way around number charts. It also reinforces the vocabulary of addition and subtraction such as more than, less than, count on and count back.
As with all our games it’s tablet friendly and it is suitable for use on an interactive whiteboard. Just click on the full-screen icon in the top right corner to view in full-screen mode and click it again to return to normal view.
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Have you seen our new Coconut Ordering maths game yet? It’s been designed to help children compare and order different numbers from the the early basics to decimal numbers. We’ve also included ordering of metric quantities involving length, mass, capacity and money. The money mode has three currency options: UK money, Dollars and Euros.
The game has different ability levels making it suitable for children from 5 to 11 years of age. They need to knock down the coconuts in order of size from smallest to largest. The more difficult levels will help them to expand their experience of decimal notation and how decimals are used to record money and measures. It will also aid their ability to compare different units of measures.
The game is mobile friendly and it works well on an interactive whiteboard. As with all our games, for the best experience press the full-screen icon in the top right corner of the game.