Title: Math blaster Grades 4-6
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Source: http://www.blasternaut.com/
Playing Time: No set limit, playing is varied depending on player's skill level and attention span.
Date: 1997 Davidson & Associates, Inc.
Cost: $14.95    h ttps://store.knowledgeadventure.com/ObjectBuilder/ObjectBuilder.iwx?ProcessName= SectionPageKnowledge&Merchant_ID=1&pcount=0&Catalog_ID=2&Section _ID=14
Number of Players: 1
Special Equipment/Facilities Needed: Windows 95
Subject Area: Math skills, reading skills.
Objectives: Children will learn about adding, subtracting, multiplying equations, estimating, fractions, spreadsheet, and problem solving.
Brief Description: The Math Blaster enables students to learn and expand their knowledge in utilize logic. And they will be able to print out their awards.
Entry Capabilities Required: Pentium 60 MHz with 16 MB of RAM using Windows 95, 16-bit high color graphics, Windows-compatible sound card, Double-speed CD-ROM drive (4x recommended), Power Macintosh, System 7.1.2 or higher, 16 MB of RAM with 10 MB free, 16-bit high color graphics, 14" monitor, Quick Time TM 2.5 or higher, Double-speed CD-ROM drive (4x recommended)

Rating: (1-5)

Strong Points: The graphics, animation, visual, and color. This definitely would maintain a students interest.
Weak Points: If the students did not have much experience on certain areas in math (fractions). They would have a difficult time moving to the next level.
Reviewer: Amy Jones
Position: Graduate Student
Date: 6/7/99
Computer System Reviewed on: 486 IBM Compatible, Pentium, 32.0 MB RAM, CD-ROM drive, Printer (optional)