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  • Use what you know about proportions to help the Cybersquad find the height of three creatures from EcoHaven. This game is not as easy as it sounds!

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/bodymath/
  • Hacker has dropped virus pods onto the Cybersite of Oceania! Use your math skills to help the Cybersquad fly in the sky and dive into the water to find the eight pods before time runs out.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/negativenumbers/
  • Help Captain Space Froggy and his family escape from a top secret lab located on the Space Station "Fluffy" above the Earth. To escape they must first cross the busy docking ramp and then traverse deep space landing on one of the transporter pads.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://www.kidsastronomy.com/fun/space_froggy.htm
  • Hacker has created ten gigabyte clones and is sending them to destroy the Poddleville power station! You must find out the mathematical functions that control the machines in order to shut down each of the ten clones!

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/functions/
  • Tangram is an ancient game that originated in China. In the game, your goal is to try to create the shape shown using the pieces provided. You cannot overlap pieces, and they all have to be used. It is a lot harder than it looks!

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/area/
  • Are you ready for a challenge? Well, Cyberspace has one for you! Motherboard will contact you with a quest. Each one is like a job. She’ll tell you what Hacker is up to and how you can stop him. You’ll have to go from cybersite to cybersite to find everything you need. Sometimes you’ll have to get stuff, sometimes you’ll have to do stuff. Either way, Motherboard needs you to defeat Hacker!

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/quest/
  • The Space Place has created this interactive Slyder game to help you learn about Earth and Space weather. To play the game and solve the puzzle, you will move the tiles around until they are in the correct order and the picture is revealed. Each image has a short description to help you learn important scientific information. Each Slyder board is rated as easy, medium, or hard. Players choose which level to answer.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/en/kids/goes/slyder/index.shtml#
  • Play the Wild Weather Adventure game by NASA. Your weather research blimp will explore Earth and its weather. With luck, skill, and strategy, you will race other weather research blimps to be first to travel all the way around the world and win the game. You can play with your friends or by yourself with a computer opponent. For every player’s turn in the Wild Weather Adventure Game, the player must answer either a multiple choice or true or false question. Each question is rated as easy, medium, or hard. Players choose which level to answer.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/en/kids/goes/wwa/
  • The World of Miamiopia is where balloons go when they escape from the hands of a human. Once here, these balloons seek to improve themselves by learning as much as they can about the world around them. Each building in Miamiopia is filled with learning games. Some of these games teach the little Miamiopians about math, others about dinosaurs, biology, animals, music, physical science, history, and many other topics. Miamiopians "learn to earn." Each time they plan a learning game, they earn coins. These coins can be used to buy things in the shopping district.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://www.miamiopia.com/
  • Have you ever heard the story about the tortoise and the hare? This story is based on Zeno's paradox, a mathematical concept! In this game, you will learn about the multiplication of fractions and about convergence of an infinite sequence of numbers.

    From: MSP2 Virtual Learning Experiences: http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/Tortoise/
 

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