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Funbrain to Go

Download Funbrain games to your computer so your students can access them anytime, anywhere. Funbrain has earned the respect and devotion of thousands of teachers because of its engaging, educationally valid games. Check out the games below -- these Funbrain-to-Go versions have sound and animation not found in the online versions on Funbrain.com. Mac users, please note that Funbrain-to-Go versions are for "Classic" Mac OS and will not work with current Mac OS (10.5 and newer).

Try Math Baseball, a beloved Math computation game used by thousands of students daily. Or introduce your class to Planet Zug so they can expand their vocabulary. Or build eye-hand coordination and strategy skills with Power Gobbler.

Math Baseball

Grades: 1-7
Math Baseball

Math Baseball is new, improved, and downloadable to your computers! Thousands of kids play Math Baseball daily online. It's the most popular math practice game ever invented and recommended by thousands of teachers. This edition covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, using single, double, or triple digits.

Download Math Baseball now!

Planet Zug

Grades: 3-7
Planet Zug

Vocabulary made seriously cool. Planet Zug, the ever-popular vocabulary builder for Grades 3-7, contains so many words and definitions that a billion different games can be played again and again. Increase your students' vocabulary by downloading this game to your computers so they can play it anytime, anywhere.

Download Planet Zug now!

Power Gobbler

Fun for Kids and Adults!
Power Gobbler

A brain break that's pure fun! Give your kids and yourself a well-deserved pause. Remember Pac Man? This is it—turbo-charged! This game is perfect for family and class tournaments, and it's challenging for all ages. Play and play again, for more and more fun, and it gets harder and harder.

Download Power Gobbler now!

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