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Monthly Archives: May 2011
It is not so easy to make required balls. Have a try! Drag and drop a ball over the tools to produce the required ball physics in each level. tips: Put the ball on the seeds and water it, then … Continue reading
A new quality of bridge builder. Build a bridge and test your construction skills. Help your workers to collect items located on the other side of valley. Become a number one of the leader board. Build a bridge using your … Continue reading
Good for practice of patience and concentration. Can you keep your quivering mass of jelled blocks standing for ten seconds?
The goal of Mental Math is to score as many points as possible. To score points you must successfully complete a sum by selecting two numbers to place either side of the ‘operator’. The ‘operator’ will be one of three … Continue reading
Every nice and detail game instructions, easy to learn how to play. A good try for kids to learn something about making Hamburger. You’re headed back to the kitchen to run Papa Louie’s new burger shop!You’ll have to take orders, … Continue reading
Good experience of ball hitting and rolling. Good for understanding friction in physics. Help Jake Rabbit with his golf. Pick up egg bonuses for extra points, but remember to complete each course in as few shots as possible.
Interesting Math game. Good Practice for Quick Calculation or mental arithmetic. Aim with the mouse. Use number keys “2” and “3” to shoot. Accuracy is very important. Be patient and calm , or you will lose fast.
Math challenge. Get a 10 result from 4 initial numbers by adding or subtracting operations. You can use 2 numbers each time, and will create a new number. Drag and drop the blocks to the markers and get a 10 … Continue reading