Copyright Information

What can you do with the games on this site?

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My goal is to make this site as useful as possible to teachers and parents of elementary and kindy kids. For this reason, all the materials on the site are free of charge, with no obligation to register or subscribe or any such thing. There's no such thing as "limited versions" which you can't upgrade without buying something. There's only a few rules, which I hope will not hinder you in helping the kids you love with their math.

Actually, I find it hard to put any restrictions, since my goal is to help people. Nonetheless, here goes.

For games that can be printed out :

You Can

  • make as many copies as you like of the printed sheets and instructions for the games, and give them to your friends and colleagues, or use them with the kids you care for.
  • email electronic copies to your friends, colleagues, or to discussion forums or email lists (but please mention the website URL (https://www.dr-mikes-math-games-for-kids.com)

However,

  • please do not publish material from this website in a printed or electronic publication that people pay to receive
  • please do not publish material from this website without referring back to the site
  • please do not remove the website URL from the pdf files, or claim credit for the material
  • please do not put the material on a website. If you want to put it on a website, place a link to it instead
  • please don't link directly to the pdf files of the games. Instead, link to the web pages describing them.

If In Doubt,

  • Ask whether what you are doing helps www.dr-mikes-math-games-for-kids.com reach its goal of becoming a premier site for helping kids learn math

For games that can only be played on the computer, well, what do you want to do? Besides playing the games,

You Can

  • make screenshots of the game for use in publications (but, as before, please mention the website URL)
  • make copies of them for use on computers you control, which are not connected to the internet

On the other hand,

  • please don't copy the game to your own website, or claim credit for it, or link to it directly from a page on your own site.
  • please do not put the material on a website. If you want to put it on a website, place a link to it instead

If In Doubt,

  • Ask, as before, whether what you are doing helps www.dr-mikes-math-games-for-kids.com reach its goal

There. Got that off my chest. I really don't enjoy thinking about how to stop the few bad apples out there. After all, the goal of this site is to help you, not restrict you, as you help the kids you love with their math. My main reason for putting up any copyright page at all is simple.

Without this page, there'll be one or two caring, kind souls who come, see the games, love them and want to use them, but... eventually they go away sad, being not quite absolutely sure that they are allowed under copyright law... I'd hate to see that happen.

Yours, Dr Mike


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