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Tumbletown Mathletics Games

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Want a fast paced game that will test a variety of mathematic skills as well as reflexes when using the computer mouse? Practice fractions, counting money, understanding spatial relationships, perimeter measurement, and basic arithmetic calculations such as adding, subtracting, simple multiplying and dividing while earning points. There are five increasingly difficult levels to this interactive game. Another important aspect to this game is the necessity of following instructions carefully. There is constant switching between asking what is largest, then smallest, first, last, and so on, so students must be aware of what each question is asking.

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