Ages 6 - 8
PBS KIDS, in partnership with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), participated in the 2012 National STEM Video Game Challenge, an annual competition to motivate interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning among America's youth by tapping into students' natural passion for playing and making video games. Congratulations to the student and educator winners of the PBS KIDS category!
Destroy the falling target blocks by forming sums by clicking on adjacent number blocks. The game features multiple speeds and difficulties, an award system, and unlockable bonus blocks!
Increase addition fluency (speed and accuracy) for single-digit and two-digit sums.
Fish are swimming in the ocean. Help the shark eat the larger number of fish.
Comparing quantities to identify greater than, less than, and equal to.
I am lost! Help me reach my house by correctly solving basic mathematical problems.
Learning basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
All aboard for the Speedy Math Train! Solve equations and tap on the correct train as it rolls by.
Practice and improve basic arithmetic skills and speed.
The 2012 National STEM Video Game Challenge contest was open to four different categories: Middle School students (5th grade – 8th grade), High School Students, College students and Teachers/Educators. Participants who wished to produce games as part of the PBS KIDS category were encouraged to develop games for children ages 4-8 that focus on early math skills. This project is part of the Ready To Learn Initiative, and funded by a grant from the U.S Department of Education.
STEM Video Game Challenge games © 2012 their original producers.visit STEM Video Game Challenge at PBS Kids