Challenge your kid to crack these video-game themed math codes and show them how much fun learning can be!
Kids can choose from over 50 colorfully illustrated puzzles featuring their favorite gaming characters and scenarios. Their mission: to unlock the secret code, spell out the secret message, or solve the equation before the game ends (or the creeper explodes!). With diamond swords, suits of armor, zombies, and magical potions to keep every page fun and exciting, kids won’t even realize that they’re practicing and developing core math and problem-solving skills.
Builds foundational math skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Helps them practice fact families, balancing equations, and more.
Encourages young gamers to use what they know to tackle exciting math challenges
Supports classroom learning at home, in the car, and anywhere else you take it with you!
Perfect for reluctant learners and kids who can’t get enough of math or secret codes, Math Codes for Minecrafters makes every kid feel like they’re winning at math.
Jen Funk Weber began writing professionally while working as a winter caretaker for remote lodges in Alaska, often passing six months or more with no electricity, running water, or human neighbors. Jen has written numerous puzzle and activity books, including Nancy Drew: Hollywood Head Scratchers, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Wild About Alaska: A Children’s Puzzle Book, Wild About Sudoku, and Alaska’s Puzzle Bears. Been There, Done That: Reading Animal Signs is Jen’s debut picture book.
Amanda Brack has a passion for drawing and illustration, and enjoys the creativity of working on a wide variety of projects in her freelance career. She currently lives in Boston, Massachusetts.