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# Where Can You Find MAP Math Games?

**The Clinton Community School District website has numerous games that provide training for MAP Math.** The games teach measurement, number sense, data analysis, algebra and geometry.

MAP Math games are grouped by RIT level. The available levels are below 161, 161-170, 171-180, 181-190 and 191-200, as well as 201-210, 211-220, 221-230, 231-240 and 241 and above. Students below 161 may only play the number sense game, but the number of available games increases for students at higher levels. "Catch 10," "Count the Ants," "Miro on the Move" and "Alien Addition" are available at the lowest level. Games such as "Area of a Parallelogram" and "Prime Factorization" are only available at the highest level.

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