Grades 3 to 5
Grades 6 to 8
Grades 9 to 12
Try to create steadily-rising targets with four given numbers and any operators.
Change Poly's color with the Skin block
Learn the basics of Polyup's platform with two- and three-number addition.
Add multiple numbers at a time with advanced addition.
Learn how to use the subtraction operator.
Learn how to use addition and subtraction with positive and negative integers.
Learn how to incorporate really big numbers and decimals!
Rearrange numbers an operators to create a target output.
Learn how to use the multiplication block.
Mix multiplication with addition and subtraction to build more advanced expressions.
Learn how to use the division block.
Use all four basic operations in more complicated expressions.
Learn how to use add and subtract numbers in Polyup.
Use four fours and a number of operations to make numbers 0-5!
Use some sixes and some operations to make different numbers.
Use some eights and some operations to make different numbers.
Get as close to 20 without going over with four random numbers!
Mix together the addition and subtraction blocks for longer expressions.
Add multiplication to your repertoire of operators.
Mix in the division block for full four-function expressions.
Harder puzzles using all four basic operations.
Create addition and subtraction expressions in Polyup.
Incorporate multiplication along wtih addition and subtraction.
Solve more difficult puzzles using all four basic operations.
Use four fours and a number of operations to make numbers 0-9!
Learn how to use the factorial function along with the basic operators.
Use six sixes and any operators to make the target output.
Use eight eights and any operators to make the targe toutput.
Learn how to make Poly output 1,2,3,... indefinitely.
Learn how to set and use variables in Polyup.
Learn how to print a growing list of numbers when counting (uses variables).
Practice using multiple variables in the same environment!
Learn how to make more advanced sequences with Polyup!
Learn how to use absolute value in Polyup!
See what problems teachers thought of at California Mathematics Convention-South.
See what problems teachers thought of at California Mathematics Convention-North.
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