*Description*: In this maths game the child will have to apply the concept learnt in the scales before.

*Description*:

They will have to learn how to tell a weight using a scale. They have to balance the scale to calculate and tell the weight of a box of sweets.

## This is also an interesting maths game because they can use mathematics with a useful purpose.

*Learning Objectives*

Learn to weight using a scale.

Learn the maths concept of equivalence.

Use interactively classic system of measure.

### Practice maths additions and subtraction in a applied use.

*How to play?*

Place the weights in the scale to try to get a balance. The weights are in the shelf, choose one each time and click on it to put it into the scale. When you get a balance, you will be able to tell the weight of the box of sweets.

If you want to change the position of any weight, click on it again to replace it. If you have made a mistake you also can press the trash can and it will come back to the self automatically.

*Levels*

There are **10 levels **of difficulty in this maths game:

Weights only one side: By trial and error you will need to solve a sum

Level 1: Maths with two numbers less than 10.

Level 2: Numbers less than 10.

Level 3: Numbers between 7 and 20.

Level 4: Maths with two numbers less than 50.

Level 5: Three numbers less than 50.

Weights both sides: Place a weight on each side and solve a subtraction.

Level 6: Two weights and addition up to 10.

Level 7: Three weights and addition up to 10.

Level 8: Two weights and addition up to 20.

Level 9: Two weights and addition up to 100.

Level 10: Three weights and maths addition up to 50.

This game is great to learn **Maths** and have fun. (*Maths* info)