Your Classroom’s Math Love Language — February 2022


February is the month to celebrate love, and what’s not to love about student engagement with these math games!

New In Grades 3-5

  • A love letter to fractions: “Oh fractions, how important you are to our world. Your beauty is how you can stand alone as you represent something more wholesome.” …Let’s stop there, it already got too weird. Thankfully, the skill of understanding fractions as part of a whole is not weird, and your students can engage with it in Fractal’s Treasure Hunt! Find Fractal’s featured further below in this post.
  • Decimals, the cousin of fractions. You’re lovely too, but we’re not going to start a love letter to you. Let’s make it easy and learn how to round decimals to any place in Rounding with Tom. Tom’s pets are on the loose, and rounding decimals is the secret to finding them!

Updates to Existing Games In Grades 6-8

  • Equation Invasion (Find Equivalent Expressions) is coming to you bundled with more game content: more levels featuring better challenges and improved incremental learning as the levels progress.

Always Reliable Math Games

These two games are staples for any math assignment, make sure to check them out and let your students experience them to their fullest!

  • Roboshipping (Area of Rectangles Word Problems) is a very fun puzzle game that will help students better visualize area word problems by practicing space management! And bonus, these are great robots to share with our friends overseas!
  • Shape Ninja ( Define Quadrilaterals By Similarities) will have your students becoming a sensei in martial arts AND quadrilateral expertise!


A Closer Look at Games


Fractal’s Treasure Hunt — Elementary Math (Understand Fractions As Part Of A Whole)

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Fractal is searching for a long lost treasure and only you can help! Explore a dungeon in a full 3D environment and use your knowledge of fractions to solve puzzles. Do you have what it takes to reach the treasure at the heart of the dungeon?



Shape Ninja — Elementary Math (Define Quadrilaterals By Similarities)

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Learn about the different Quadrilaterals and their properties as you help our resident Technician collect as many shapes as you can inside HQ’s Virtual Space Level!


Roboshipping — Elementary Math (Area of Rectangles Word Problems)

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Hurry, the delivery cannot be late! Play as a cargo ship worker whose job is to fully load containers with robots before they get shipped overseas. It is critical that the robots are loaded efficiently, so come ready to exercise knowledge of rectangular areas!

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

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