Foodie and Fun Online Math Games for Kids

During this Covid-19 circumstances, your child(ren) may be staying at home with you and homeschooling is the new task assigned to you. Can teaching math be educational and fun at the same time? Definitely yes!

We discovered that www.calculators.org offers a collection of online math and educational games which can be used for homeschool teaching and helping students learn math!
It’s a free online arcade open in a new tab with no branding, navigation, ads, or any other distracting elements, so kids can learn math while having fun learning in a focused environment.

Among many fun and educative games, here is the selection of foodie math games that our Teuko Kids loved to play with 🙂

Grocery Cashier

Almost like a real grocery cashier at the supermarket, kids will be familiarized with addition and making change on cash purchases. Shoppers can use gift certificates or cash to pay. If the gift certificate is larger than the order amount no change is given while change is given for cash payments above the order amount. Players must make change by clicking on bills and coins in the cash register.
https://www.calculators.org/games/grocery-cashier/

Feed Math

In this cute, easy, and fun game, your child will have to feed a boy sushi by adding 2 numbered dishes. Time is replenished after each round, though after a dozen or so round the numbers start to get larger, making problems progressively harder.
https://www.calculators.org/games/feed-math/

Our Teuko Kid gave a big thumb up for the Feed Math game!

For Preschoolers – Can I eat it?

A very easy game for our little ones: click yes or no if an item is edible or inedible.
https://www.calculators.org/games/can-i-eat-it/

Discover the other fun and educational games from calculators.org and let us know, in the comments, which games let your kids have fun while doing math!

Disclaimer – The feedback we give in this blog post has been sponsored by calculators.org . Helping other brands spread the word about their product, especially when we tried and liked it, is a way to maintain Teuko.com free of use. Any questions? Contact us at contact@teuko.com

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