# Engaging Math Practice, Personalized for Your Students

iReady’s interactive Learning Games are a fun and engaging way for students in Grades K–8 to strengthen understanding of mathematical concepts, improve fluency, and foster a positive relationship to struggle in the context of challenging standards. Available for the 2019–2020 school year, Learning Games are incorporated into iReady to provide mathematics fluency and skills practice that foster internal motivation while encouraging productive struggle.

### Hungry Guppy

In this precursor to Hungry Fish, students learn to identify small numbers of objects, fluently add sets of shapes, and recognize numerals up to six.

### Hungry Fish

Students combine integer bubbles to feed a fish with a specific target number, reinforcing the concept that there are multiple ways to compose and decompose a number by finding sums and differences.

### Bounce

Students guide a bouncing ball to compare numbers and find the location of integers, fractions, percentages, decimals, and the value of pie charts on a number line.

### Match

Students match number jellies of equal value, learning to interpret different visuals and symbolic representations of integers, sums, differences, and products. The game is designed to improve working memory while giving students valuable fluency practice with addition, subtraction, and multiplication.

### Pizza

Students run a virtual pizza store. They set prices, compare vendors for ingredients, and perform quick mental math to calculate the price of customer orders. Adaptive timing gives students appropriately challenging fluency practice with addition, multiplication, and multistep problems.

### Zoom

Students move left and right and zoom in and out of the world’s most interactive number line to find missing values, compare numbers, and build number sense. Animals corresponding to each order of magnitude make the concept of place value concrete.

### Cupcake

Students run a cupcake delivery business, in which they need to interpret diverse word problems and engage in practice with basic economics, proportions, and the coordinate system. Through the game, students budget for ingredients, take increasingly complex orders, and make deliveries on the coordinate plane of a city map.

### Cloud Machine

Students solve puzzles featuring concrete, visual representations of fractional spaces. The goal is to fill a cloud to a precise level of liquid by opening and closing a series of gates. The game helps students conceptually understand fraction recognition, equivalence, and addition and subtraction of fractions with the same and different denominators.