Lemonade Larry is a lemonade stand math game that tests your memory of multiplication facts.
To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link under the picture at left. This opens the game in a pop-up window.
Wait for the game to load, then click the "Start" button.
Multiply "number of cups" by "price per cup" to determine the cost of lemonade for each customer.
You are a little boy running a lemonade stand. Each customer wants a different number of cups of lemonade. You change the price per cup each time, too.
HOW TO PLAY. As soon as a customer arrives, multiply the number of cups they want with the price displayed on the front of your lemonade stand.
Type the answer in the Total Price box, then either click the Total button or press the ENTER key on your keyboard.
This game tests your memory of math facts up to times 9. So the highest you will likely see is 9 x 9 = 81.
To make the game more challenging, set a timer. Each time you play, try to increase the number of correct answers you get in 60 seconds.
Children often find learning the 12x12 multiplication table boring. Going through sets of math flash cards, while effective, gets old after awhile. This lemonade stand math game is a fun alternative.
If your kids are having trouble memorizing basic multiplication facts, have them play Lemonade Larry a few times. It may help them remember the multiplication facts (at least up to the 9's). It may also help them understand the usefulness of knowing the multiplication table in real life.
I really like simple games like this one for brain training. Play this lemonade stand math game and the other math games on this site daily if you have trouble remembering math facts. Games like these are a fun way to memorize addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts.
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