The Cash Register – maths game

Description: In the Cash Register maths game the child will learn to form from one-digit numbers to four-digit numbers.

The maths game has a cash machine with 4 columns that represents thousands, hundreds, tens and units.

The child will have to manage to form the number that Pipo is asking for. This maths exercise is really helpful to reinforce and connect other concepts.

The Cash Register

Learning Objectives

Learn the positional value of figures.

Learn how to form figures up to 9999.


How to play the cash register maths game?

There are 4 windows in columns representing units, tens, hundreds and thousands. Each column has one arrow on the top (more: next number) and other one at the bottom (less: previous number). Click the arrows of each column to select and form the number that Pipo ask you for. Press OK button to see if you are right.



There are 5 levels of difficulty in this game:

Level 1: One-digit numbers. (This level is quite elementary.)

Level 2: Two-digit numbers. From 10 to 20. (This level is elementary.)

Level 3: Two-digit numbers. Up to 99. (This level shows a medium level for the age.)

Level 4: Three-digit numbers. (This level shows a medium-high level for the age.)

Level 5: Four-digit numbers. (this level shows a high level for the age.) -good revision of maths-

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