Would you like to own your own business one day? While it may sound cool to be your own boss, there's a lot of work that goes into it! You need to develop a business plan and have a clear understanding of your customers' needs. To be able to do that, you need math skills and money skills. You can build your skill set and knowledge of math, money, and business by playing games, which can help you to create the best business on the block when you're older.
- Cash Out Game: Playing this game lets you practice counting money and calculating change. See how many sales you can complete before the time runs out!
- BusinessSimulation Game: Build your company from the ground up and trade with others in a slow-paced multiplayer game that simulates the economy.
- Penguin Diner 2: Run your own diner! Seat your guests, get their orders, pick up your tip, and clean the table when the diner leaves. The more customers you help, the better you'll do.
- Business Simulator: As an aspiring business owner, you've started your own burger restaurant, and you need to sell burgers in order to buy upgrades and collect stars.
- Burger Shop and Restaurant: In this game, you need to make burgers to fill the customers' orders and make money. The more money you make, the more upgrades you can unlock to make your burger shop even better.
- My American Farm: Be an equipment engineer and pick where you prefer to work, then answer questions to get parts to upgrade your equipment and win.
- BusinessIs Blooming: Help Melody create bouquets for her grandparents' florist shop. Whenever a new order appears, create it as fast as you can. The more bouquets you finish, the more money you make.
- Ice Cream Truck: In this game, it's up to you to buy your ingredients, decide on the amount of ice cream and toppings you'll use for each order, and choose how much you'll charge to save up enough money to move on to the next city.
- Town Manager for a Day: Business owners aren't the only ones making important decisions about money! When you run a town, you still have to think about how to bring in money to keep the town going and avoid cutting services.
- Famous EntrepreneurScavenger Hunt: Take a moment to learn about famous people who have created companies from the ground up by doing this virtual webquest.
- Snow Patrol: Practice different math skills, such as odd and even numbers, prime numbers, multiples, factors, and decimals, in this fun winter-themed game.
- Bingo Subtraction Game: Subtract the numbers on the left and click on the right answer on the bingo board. You win when you get bingo!
- Soccer Shootout: In this fractions game, you need to solve the math problems correctly to score a goal or block a shot.
- Fishing Game: Improve your math skills with this fishing game, in which you have to catch the fish and solve multiple-choice algebra problems.
- Alien Addition: Add the numbers and click on the UFO with the answer before the aliens land.
- Grand Prix Multiplication: Test your multiplication skills against your friends to win the race!
- Math Mine Multiplication and Division Game: Dig into a math mine by solving multiplication and division problems to find hidden gems.
- Make 24: Use four cards and arithmetic signs to create an equation that equals 24 using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
- Math Games With Playing Cards: Got a deck of cards? You can use them to practice your addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division without a computer.
- Feed Me Fractions: In this game, you need to click on two fractions that you can add together to make 1. Feed the 1's to the monster to help it grow!
- Divide Blocks: In this quiz, you need to divide the blocks into groups to answer the questions.
- Peg's Pizza Place: Count out the right number of toppings for each pizza to get the orders correct.
- Money Game: Drag and drop items into the shopping cart to match the amount of money shown on the screen.
- Fedmatch: This matching game is a great way to start learning economic concepts and financial words.
- Peter Pig's Money Counter: In this interactive game, you can practice identifying coins and counting and saving money while you learn fun facts about the coins you're using.
- Escape From Barter Island: Oh, no! You've been shipwrecked on an island! To get home, you have to trade things with people on other islands to get what you need.
- Financial Football: Learn about basic financial concepts while you play football.
- Order the Coins by Their Values: In this game, you have to arrange the coins in the right order.
- Where's George? This game can be played in the real world and is a great way to learn about where money goes. Track a dollar bill and see where it's been and how far a dollar can truly go.
- Peter the Eagle's Coin Drop: In this game, you need to use the arrow keys to fly a plane to deliver loans. You can also learn about the history of American money.
- Balance Your Checking Account: This activity is best suited for teenagers, but anybody can play it. Write checks and make sure you've got the right balance at the end. This is good practice for being able to manage your money when you're older.
- Jump $tart's Reality Check: Do you know how much things actually cost? Fill in the choices to find out if you can afford your dream life.