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Released: 2007-10-31

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DK Sports Math: Percentages Made Easy by Global Software Publishing

Software Details

Brand: Global Software Pu..Media: CD-ROMHardware Platform: MacOperating System: Windows Me
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Description

Sports Math is a collection of games designed to let students practice their math skills under the enthusiastic direction of sports desk anchor Les Dynam and roving reporter Sam Mathews who introduce each game and comment on the action and progress. Kick a ¿fractioned¿ soccer ball through a goal post or measure your skill at the long jump in meters; it¿s all about using math skills in everyday life until taught concepts are fully learned! There are five interactive math games included in the software. Each game focuses on a different aspect of percentages: locating percentages on a number line, calculating percentages in order to find a sale price, graphically representing percentages, identifying equivalent percentages/fractions/decimals, or solving percentage word (¿story¿) problems. Selecting a TV screen will access one of the five games.

Platforms

Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, Mac OS X, Mac OS 9 and below, Windows 95

Product Features

  • One or 2 player mode
  • Teacher Options section allows for customization of the program with specific decimal sets and or specific games to play
  • When all the problems have been solved correctly students are awarded with an online certificate.

More Details

Publisher: Global Software Pu..Category: MathBinding: CD-ROM

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