Flying High Race - Addition Math Game
Content Skill: Addition
Common Core State Standards: CCSS.Math.Content.2.OA.B.2 - Fluently add within 20 using mental strategies. By end of Grade 2, know from memory all sums of two one-digit numbers.
Flying High Race is a free online game to help students learn the addition facts with speed and accuracy. The student will race from kids all around the world in this four player game. To win, the student needs to click on the answer to addition facts faster than those he/she is racing. If a player misses an answer, lightning hits the airplane.
So customize your airplane and let's go flying.
After the game finishes loading click the "Let's Fly" button to get started.
The customize your racer screen allows you to customize your airplane racer. There are four buttons that allow you to customize your racer. They are
1. Body Color
2. Body Design
3. Wing Color
4. Wing Design
Each time one of these buttons is clicked, you'll see your airplane change. When you're done customizing your racer, hit the "DONE" button.
The login screen is where you pick the username that will be shown to all the other players in the game. You'll notice in the top right corner there is a connection status indicator. This will display the current status of your connection to the game server. You must be able to connect to the game server in order to play the game. If you have trouble connecting, make sure your network administrator can verify that ports 9933 or 8080 are not restricted. Multiplication.com utilizes two layers of bad word checking in our online games. And we're always looking for new ways to keep our users safe. If you run across a username that's offensive, please email us by clicking here
After you login, you'll see the list of games that are about to start. These are games that other users have created. Games allow up to four people to play in a single game. But you must join a game before the game starts automatically. You can create a new game by clicking the "Create Game" button.
Once a user creates a new game, the game will start automatically in 10 seconds. Thus if no users join the newly created game, the game server will add computer players instead.
Once the game starts you'll be shown a series of addition problems. Answer them by clicking the correct answer box underneath the equation. Get the question correct and you'll move ahead. Get the question wrong and you'll move backward. After you complete all the equations, the game is over. First one done wins.
Once the game is over, you can see the trophy you got and you can see all the simulated results of the other three players. Because this game focuses on completing the math equations, the game does not end for each player until he/she finishes answering all required equations. To play again, simply click the play again button.