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Math Blaster: Master the Basics

Math Blaster is a fast-action, futuristic adventure that adds up to total math success. From addition and subtraction to multiplication and division, children will build confidence, speed and accuracy in basic math skills that will stay with them long after their mission is complete. For over 20 years millions of parents, teachers and kids have trusted Math Blaster as an award-winning, educational resource with proven results. By combining exciting, fast-action game play and state-standard math content, you can count on Math Blaster for success. Ages 6 - 12 years.



Key Features

  • Fast-action, platform-based game play

  • Solve math problems while saving the world

  • Thousands of practice problems

  • Eight levels of difficulty

  • Automatic progress reports

• Parent/Player selected difficulty level



  • Build math confidence

  • Encourage speed and accuracy

• Improve math test scores


Skills Taught

  • Addition

  • Subtraction

  • Multiplication

  • Division

  • Fact families

  • Problem Solving

  • Equivalents

• Mental Math


Soccer Math

Get ready to score a goal like Mia Hamm, dribble the ball down the field like Freddy Adu, or bend it like Beckham. Test your math skills as you fake out your opponents on the soccer field. Through multiple skills levels you can test your knowledge in place values, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, U.S. and metric measurement, greatest common factors, least common multiples, fractions, decimals and percents. Practice math problems at your own pace through juggling routines or take your skills to the field as a high school, college or professional player. For ages 7 to 14.


This is a fantastic game for ages 7+. I bought this game to help my second grader with timed math tests. He loves it. The different levels of the game will help him throughout his elementary, middle and high school years!
Both my granddaughters love this game. One is 5 and the other one is 9 and both have their own named teams. They are learning a great deal about Math. It was a big hit!


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