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Play on ANY device! Boom Blocks allows students to practice number recognition, adding, subtracting, multiplication, and division in a fast-paced, fun way!

Time Hunter is an adventure that allows kids to work on many skills involving time. Look out for wasps, spiders, and wolves as you search for the clock with the nearest hour, quarter hour, half hour, 5 minutes, or nearest minute. More advanced students can even work on elapsed time. Time Hunter can also be played on ANY device!

Click States: You get 60 seconds to click on as many states, capitals, or state nicknames as you can!

Odd, even, factors, multiples, and prime numbers. Play on ANY device!

Number Ninja! Find missing numbers to math problems. There are even harder levels for advanced students using integers and basic algebra.

You have 60 seconds to form as many words as you can. But look out, the egg heads will zoom by, changing letters. Play on your own or against a friend. Available on all devices.

Your students can go on a huge adventure, comprised literally of hours of math and problem solving as they progress through the game. Use magic and swords, earn armor, and learn skills to help defeat the enemies that stand in your way.

Fraction Fighters: Name fractions or have students work with adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and reducing fractions.

Radly the Readbot helps elementary students practice: Making inferences, Cause & Effect, Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms