The game is played by navigating Okta from top to bottom — adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing as you go! Earn 1, 2, or 3 stars by completing various mazes involving integers, fractions, decimals, exponents, and more.
Two players take turns evaluating expressions involving the four basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). If correct, the player places a black or red checker on the board with the goal of connecting four in a row ( horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) before the opponent does. Players choose from four levels of difficulty; they can adjust the timing feature and whether to involve exponents and/or parentheses.
This set of six interactive Flash activities gives students an opportunity to visually model and calculate the unknown quantity from ratios and other information, all in the context of solving word problems. A video demonstration introduces each method, and then students work on modeling and solving five problems. Students can check their modeling of the problem at intermediate stages. Teachers can track a student's progress throughout the problem set.
In this game, students navigate a maze to get to a math challenge. The three challenges are: move blue and green "fuel cells" around to match the ratios in the given containers; measure shapes to determine the scale factors needed to make them match the given templates; determine how to place bases on a map based on clues involving proportions.
Your beloved pet's gone missing and you've got to find it - but how? Before you know it, you're dropped into a strange (and extremely smelly) world where your only friend is a mysterious bean-loving girl with wings. She says there are others ... Others? Other pets? Well, there sure are plenty of monsters. They're all over the place, stinking up the joint and forcing you to do crazy jobs - you have to make pet food out of carrots and eyeballs? ICK! How in the world can any of this help you find your pet? And can you come to its rescue ... before it's too late?