March into Learning, New Math Classroom Games! — March 2024

Math Games - What's New

Hi Legends! Welcome to another exciting update from our Learning Universe! This March, we’re thrilled to introduce you to the latest additions to our ever-expanding array of math classroom games, designed to engage and inspire your students. If you missed last month’s post you can take a look at February’s update here.

Before we jump into these new games, we wanted to tell you briefly what you’ll find below:  all of our new games are listed first with brief descriptions, followed by a few featured games with more information about them.

March into Learning, New Math Classroom Games! — March 2024

New in Grades K-2

  • The pirate ship race is starting in one week! A lot of competitors don’t have their Jolly Rogers yet, help them by Partitioning Circles and Rectangles to create one! Find Pirates And Adventurers: Flag Maker’s Apprentice featured further on in this post.
  • Learn more about the Place Value: Tens and Ones while placing the right tiles to create a city! Find Town Planner featured further on in this post.
  • Help Mr. Birb compare school materials by Measuring Length Differences in Thorough Mr. Birb.

New in Grades 3-5

  • Learn how to use Line Plots of Fraction Data in real-life situations like fishing, slicing fruits, and shooting asteroids. Find Line Plot Data Quest featured further on in this post.
  • Help Red destroy the Pig’s walls using your knowledge of Basic Multiplication in Angry Birds and the Multiplication Portal.
  • Collect delicious food for the Winter while learning more about the Prime, Composite, and Factor Pairs in Ants’ Factor Feast.
  • Captain, we crashed! We need to learn and apply the Terms and Rules in Numerical Patterns to find our way home in Numeric Nexus.

New in Grades 6-8

A Closer Look at Featured Games

Pirates and Adventurers: Flag Maker’s Apprentice — Elementary Math (Partitioning Circles and Rectangles)

Game screenshot and description:

An exciting Ship Race is coming up next week, and lots of people are coming to compete. But some participants don’t have flags or need to stitch them up. You are here to help Jack (your mentor) and the participants so that everyone can have a flag and compete in the race.

Town Planner — Elementary Math (Place Value: Tens and Ones)

Game screenshot and description:

Embark on a journey in Town Planner Inc., where strategy meets mathematics to shape the future of virtual towns. This immersive game challenges students to become master architects, making critical decisions that influence the growth of the towns. The key? Strategic placement of two types of buildings – the versatile Type Ones and the powerful Type Tens.

Line Plot Data Quest — Elementary Math (Line Plots of Fraction Data)

Game screenshot and description:

“Line Plot Data Quest” is an engaging journey into the world of fractions and line plots, designed to make learning fun and interactive! With straightforward controls using arrow keys or simple click-and-tap actions, players of all ages can easily navigate through exciting mini-games like catching colorful fish, slicing fruits, and shooting space asteroids. The game’s progressive challenges, accompanied by a supportive hint system, cater to diverse learning paces, ensuring an enjoyable experience for every student. Vivid graphics keep players captivated, transforming math into an adventure of discovery. “Line Plot Data Quest” is the perfect blend of entertainment and education, making math not just approachable, but a delightful adventure in learning.

We’ll see you soon in the Learning Universe with these new math classroom games in your assignment queue! Stay tuned for more new game updates and if you have any questions please email

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