Oh April, a month of spring, lovely flowers, plenty of rain showers, and a bridge to end of year math assessments. Let’s do it well this year by including these games in your assignments to get your students ready!

New In Grades 3-5

  • Put your architecture cap on because you are Living in Voloom and this new space colony needs to be built! As the best architects say, “Give me a bunch of right rectangular prisms and some glue and you’ll have your building soon.” Ok maybe they’re not the best if they’re using glue, and they also need to consider the formulas V = l × w × h and V = b × h for the volumes of right rectangular prisms. Spatial awareness is critical when building in this new space colony. Do your job well, and there might be statues of you in this colony! See more on Living in Voloom further below.
  • Everyone has flaws, even the brightest mathematicians in our history! Newton’s Flaws is a game with a very entertaining storyline where players will be a wizard’s apprentice. Help a struggling village prosper by mastering multiplication of multi-digit whole numbers, all while enjoying some goofy historical references! See more on Newton’s Flaws further below.

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 3-5

  • The Hack is a student fan favorite for the topic differentiate shapes based on lines and angles and now has more exciting animations and sound effects!
  • The Wise Cat has been fully upgraded with our latest suite of features, including saving progress for student sessions so they can resume at a later time without restarting! Find this game in topics for modeling equivalent fractions.

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 6-8

  • Nitro Time has been fully upgraded with our latest suite of features, including saving progress for student sessions so they can resume at a later time without restarting! Find this game in topics for rectangular prism measurements.
  • A Maze of Probabilities has fixed some technical performance issues that many students were experiencing, and has added new exciting background music, changed the scenery to be brighter, and increased button size. Overall, much more accessible for all students to play without technical or gameplay issues. Find this game in statistics topics like using predictions and comparisons from simple experiments.

A Closer Look at New Games

Newton’s Flaws — Elementary Math (Fluently Multiply Multi-Digit Whole Numbers)

Teacher Reviews*:

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A wizard’s apprentice is summoned to help a struggling village. Using base ten multiplications, the player must assist the villagers to get their work back on track. A bright and vibrant RPG setting, with real world math clearly and visually explained. A fun storyline with quirky historical references.

 

Living in Voloom — Elementary Math (Volume of Right Rectangular Prisms)

Teacher Reviews:

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Are you ready to begin your new life in Voloom, a flourishing space colony? … well, it will be flourishing! … in the future! … We promise! For now, it is your task to build the colony to begin with. Learn all about Volume while solving exciting puzzles in an alien world. At your disposal are a device for creating cubes, a laser for measuring distances and the famed Volume-o-matic, helping you find the right equations. Do you have what it takes to become the master of Voloom?

 

 

Grill Frenzy — Elementary Math (Personal Financial Literacy)

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You are the owner of the grill house. You have 8 days to understand how to manage your restaurant and its financial problems, otherwise the business may be in danger…Know your expenses, invest wisely, and work diligently to make the restaurant a healthy business!

 

We’ll see you soon in the Learning Metaverse with these new science games in your queue! 

Stay tuned for more new game updates and if you have any questions please email support@legendsoflearning.com.

 

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