Gamers who want to practice their math skills can do so by playing free online games that place them behind a cash register. Games from Cooking Games, 211Games, PBMCube and Just Kids Games, put you in charge of the register at stores and restaurants where you have to give customers the right amount of change or give them their order as quickly as possible. All games are free and easy to play.
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Cooking Games: "Fast Food Delivery"
In "Fast Food Delivery," you have to quickly serve customers in a fast food restaurant. Press the numbers on your keyboard depending on the items ordered. If you get the order wrong too many times or if you take too long to give customers their order, you lose. You can post your high score, share the game on social networking sites, post comments and copy the embed code to post it on your website or blog.
211Games: "Krusty Cashier"
In "Krusty Cashier" you must help SpongeBob SquarePants, from the animated TV show, serve customers at the Krusty Burger restaurant. Press the cash register button with your mouse or use the numbers on your keyboard to answer simple math questions. If you get the wrong answer or if you take too long, the customers get mad. With each new level, you get more customers and tougher math problems. You can submit reviews and play the game in fullscreen mode.
PBMCube: "Biz Wiz"
In "Biz Wiz," you play an employee left in charge of the cash register who must give customers the right amount of change. Click on the correct dollars and cents icons to give the change. If you see a thief in the store, click the security button. You can post comments and reviews, add the game to your favourites, share it on social networking sites, and play the game in fullscreen mode.
Just Kids Games: "Making Change"
In "Making Change," you earn points by giving customers the right amount of change from your cash register. You earn 30 points if you get it right the first time, 50 points if you get it right the first time with the least amount of coins and 10 points for getting it right the second time. Pay customers by clicking on the bills and coins in the register and dragging it out one at a time.
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