Are you ready for Madness this March? If our math games have anything to say about it, your classroom will be full of the right kind of gaming madness!

New In Grades K-2

  • My grandma once told me that to have the best harvest, your garden has to be an exact square. Okay not really, but Square Garden is a great resource for your students to become the best at finding areas with unit squares!
  • Your enemies are spreading lies that multiplication and division are a poison to society! Be the hero that you are and help train your community with the power of multiplication and division equation solving to protect your town. Soon enough, your whole town will be a band of trustworthy Math Heroes!
  • 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a struggling village prosper by mastering multiplication of multi-digit whole numbers, all while enjoying some goofy historical references!
  • If you become a Pirate historian, you’ll quickly discover that the most notorious pirates have one thing in common: expertise in multiplication of multi-digit whole numbers. It’s important to know how to quickly count your loot! In Pirates Of Learning: The Mysterious Island, you’ll befriend an old ghost named Grasping to find a hidden treasure and join the ranks of legendary mathematician-pirates!

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 3-5

  • Pirates of the Cartesians (Define Coordinate Plane) now gives students more time on each level, and there’s confetti at the end of each level for students to celebrate their incremental victory!

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 6-8

  • Queen Gilliant’s Quest  (Points on a Graph of a Proportional Relationship) has fixed a bug that was rounding values incorrectly.

New Quiz Games

These games are non-instructional games found in a variety of topics. They give the students 20-30 questions to answer during gameplay, and data from these questions will be available in your assignment results.

Find these games featured further in the post.

  • Magical Forest Deluxe (Grades K-5): Find yourself in a magical forest full of treasures and adventures. Collect coins and berries, answer questions, earn points! Good luck!
  • Jelly Flavorhills (Grades K-2): The player plays as a colorful, flavorful jelly bouncing down Jelly Flavor Hills! Find power ups and collect seeds and answer questions to gain new flavors and colors!

A Closer Look at New Games

 

Pirates of Learning: The Mysterious Island — Elementary Math (Fluently Multiply Multi-Digit Whole Numbers)

Teacher Reviews*:

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Billy, a young and friendly pirate, arrives on a strange island in the middle of the ocean. He will meet an old ghost named Grasping who very kindly will help him find lots of hidden treasure by solving multiplication problems. But, not everything is what it seems on this mysterious island…

 

Queen Gilliant’s Quest — Middle Math (Points on a Graph of a Proportional Relationship)

Teacher Reviews:

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Prepare your army of ants to gather some food based on their proportional relationship with the amount of food they can get!

 

 

Math Heroes — Elementary Math (Basic Multiplication and Division Equations)

Teacher Reviews:

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Math Heroes is a game where you have to train heroes with your math skills. A campaign will allow you to test your heroes and defeat your enemies! Good luck!

Magical Forest Deluxe (Quiz Game)

Teacher Reviews:

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Find yourself in a magical forest full of treasures and adventures. Collect coins and berries, answer questions, earn points! Good luck!

Jelly Flavorhills — (Quiz Game)

 

Teacher Reviews:

Game screenshots and description:

The player plays as a colorful, flavorful jelly bouncing down Jelly Flavor Hills! Find power ups and collect seeds and answer questions to gain new flavors and colors!

 

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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