The Math Shark from Educational Insights has learning Math games for kids. It teaches the times tables, one through twelve to automaticity. Children love these kinds of toys.
I've seen my 6 year old sit and learn the twelves division table like this. He'll spend hours.
Even his sister likes seeing if she can beat her own scores.
Of course, it's a lot more fun when you've got two and can get faster than your buddy. The colors alone make these look like fun for kids.
Math facts practice builds basic Math facts skills fast with electronic Math flashcards PLUS a Math calculator!
Practice math facts anywhere with this fun handheld Math game for kids.
* Quizzes students on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals and percents, either randomly or sequentially * Features 8 skill levels in each category to keep students challenged * Switches to full-function calculator mode with the touch of a button * Provides instant feedback with lights and sound * Allows students to view equations both horizontally and vertically on the LCD screen * Features silent mode for quiet classroom practice * Requires 2 AA batteries, not included * 1st Grade Math through 6th Grade Math.
Division games teach division facts.It also covers Math Fractions, Decimals, and Percents.This electronic Math game is great for 1st grade Math through 6th grade Math students. It is entertaining and when given the right encouragement, environment and disposition will teach real skills for the basic Math facts.
There are progressive levels to sharpen mental Math skills from basic Math facts to pre-algebra practice. It makes a fun introduction to using a full function Math calculator for kids who will be using calculators in school, too. It is battery operated for true portability.
Learning Math games? Play against the clock with random or sequential skills. Students work at their own speed with a timed, no-fail game format with all the bells and whistles.
Having a Math game makes learning Math fun, and it's a great way for teachers to sneak in more practice. Buy a Math Shark at Amazon.