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UXO

PLAY

Click or tap and hold to destroy the objects while avoiding the bombs. When you knock out all 10 targets, you must answer the question to continue to the next level. There is a time limit of 30 seconds to get all 10 targets or you lose 50 points.

Scoring is :

Hit target : +10

Hit bomb : -5

Right answer : +50

Wrong answers : -20

Scoring is :

Hit target : +10

Hit bomb : -5

Right answer : +50

Wrong answers : -20

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Game: UXO

Aim: Knock out the targets, avoid the bombs

Method:

Click or tap and hold to destroy the objects while avoiding the bombs. When you knock out all 10 targets, you must answer the question to continue to the next level. There is a time limit of 30 seconds to get all 10 targets or you lose 50 points.

Scoring is :

Hit target : +10

Hit bomb : -5

Right answer : +50

Wrong answers : -20

One step addition equations

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'One step addition equations' for 3rd grade

3rd grade / Algebra / Equations / One step addition equations

With our UXO math game you will be practicing the topic "*One step addition equations*" from 3rd grade / Algebra / Equations. The math in this game consists of 16 questions that ask you to solve the one-step addition equation to find the value of the unknown variable.

UXO is a click to clear game with multiple targets at different levels

UXO is a fun game to learn math where you attempt to knock over all the target objects while avoiding clicking / tapping on the bombs.

After each level, win an additional 50 points by correctly answering a math question from your selected topic. Wrong answers lose you 20 points but you can answer multiple times. Each level lasts 30 seconds: if you haven't cleared all the targets in that time, you lose 50 points. High scores can be added to the UXO leaderboards.

GAME

GRADE

CATEGORY

TOPIC

SCORE

Kindergarten

Fractions

Half or quarter

1730

4th grade

Shapes

3D shapes: name from diagram

1465

5th grade

Fractions

Mixed to top-heavy

1570

3rd grade

Algebra

One step addition equations

1825

4th grade

Addition

Round up and down to add

450

5th grade

Shapes

2D shapes from lengths, angles

1570

2nd grade

Division

Division using bus stop method

1445

1st grade

Addition

Number bonding to 10

1655

4th grade

Shapes

3D shapes: name from diagram

1300

2nd grade

Subtraction

How many are left?

1590

- This is a fast-paced game of clicking or dragging over moving targets.
- Also suitable for tablets and mobiles (it's actually easier than with a mouse)
- Answer math questions correctly for a higher score
- Hit all the targets in 30 seconds or you lose points.

Music : Robotertanz by Shane Ivers

Images sourced from Pixabay by the following artists:

UXO * Duck shoot * The frog flies * Pong * Cat and mouse * The beetle and the bee

Rock fall * Four in a row * Sow grow * Choose or lose * Mix and match

'One step addition equations' for 3rd grade

UXO is a "click to clear" game with targets to hit and bombs to avoid.

- In each level of UXO, hit all the target objects.
- You can clear targets by clicking on them or by dragging over them with the mouse down.
- You have 30 seconds in each level to clear the targets.
- There are 10 levels max in the game.
- In the first level there are 10 targets and 5 bombs.
- The number of targets increases by one in each level.
- You get 10 points for each target you hit.
- You lose 5 points for each bomb you hit.
- When you have hit all the targets or 30 seconds have elapsed, you get a math question from your selected topic.
- Answering the question correctly adds 50 points to your score.
- A wrong answer takes 20 points away from your score.
- If you get a question wrong, you can try to answer again.
- Your final score is a combination of your targets score minus your bombs score plus the points you get from the math questions.
- There is a high score leaderboard for each topic.
- The highest possible score for a 10 question topic is 1950.

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