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Math Adventure Addition and Subtraction Game

Primary Category: Cognitive Development

Subcategories: Academics, Fine Motor Skills, Problem Solving, Long Term Memory

Description of how the game can be used to fit the categories: The Math Adventure game is a fun way for players to practice math skills. Academics are incorporated into this game because the player must complete different addition and subtraction problems in order to advance their game piece up the staircase. Fine motor skills are incorporated into this game when the player holds and moves their game piece as well as if they use their pencil to write out the problems to solve them. Problem solving is a part of this game because the player must figure out the addition or subtraction problems to advance in the game and get to the treasure chest first. Long term memory is incorporated into this game because the player must retrieve their math fact knowledge from their long term memory if they already know it or practice the math facts to consolidate them into long term memory.