Want to win some imaginary money? You’ve come to the right place.

These games were my first attempt at making some interactive activities.

They now look a bit retro, but they still seem to be popular, so I’ve tidied them up a bit.

If you have any comments (or find any mistakes!), please let me know.

**Choose your game:**

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*The Mathionaire games, (including all images, but excluding sound files) by Lois Lindemann are licensed under a **Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License**. *

*The theme music and applause sound used in the games © Microsoft. Used under licence. See **http://office.microsoft.com/** for further information.*

I think you should publish our mathionaire quiz that we did for homework.

I agree! I’ll have to update it a bit, since the original version was designed to use with the multiple mice in the classroom, but it should definitely go on here. I’ll get started on that…

hi joe x

mathionaire odd and even numbers is easy! can you make it a bit harder? please?

It is pretty easy – why not try the ratio game – that’s much more challenging?

This Game is Easy….. And Simple….. But Not So Simple…..

Yes please make them harder their so… easy its unbelieveable MAKE THEM HARDER PLEASE!

Yes they are easy put them harder! please!

easy

Guess what? I won a million pounds on the mathionare! YAY!!!

hi i win

I think in question 12 of algebra-simplifying part, the answer is -2d^2-10de.d is missing in C choice which is the answer.And your questions are good!!!

A useful set of resources – thank you.

There is, however, an error with the Algebra question number 12. The answers should include the term “de”.

Hi Buket and Dave.

Thanks for pointing out my mistake – it’s now fixed

very,very,very,very,very,very,very,very,very,very easy.I won it.

I won a million pounds in every single subject

i think that who wants to be a mathionare is a great learning game :]

great just a bit easy but fun!