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This game reinforces multiplication and division through three levels of gameplay: easy, intermediate and advanced. Kids can play this game with no prior math knowledge or play it to practice their skills and get quicker at mental math. Mental math is a great foundation to build upon that will be helpful in advanced STEM classes and learning. They won’t even notice that this is a math learning game because it is so fun. This game is perfect for families with kids ages 7 and older.
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This game is designed to reinforce quick multiplication. Players have equations in front of them and a caller reads a number card aloud. Players scan their cards and see if their equations multiply to the called number. If they do, they yell “Splat!” and flip their card(s) over. The first person to flip all of their cards over wins. This game is great for one-on-one practice, or for playing in groups as large as six for extra competition. Designed for kids in third grade or higher.
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This kit is designed to reinforce the math skills kids learn in the classroom. Kids can take a break from flashcards and lesson plans to have a bit of fun with these puzzle activities, which allow them to review mathematics concepts in a different and challenging way. Kids can use their critical thinking skills as they make their way through the included activity book, practicing addition, subtraction, multiplication and more. As they tackle the activities, they’ll gain confidence they can carry back to the classroom, which will be of use when it comes time for math quizzes and tests. The parts in this kit are easy to use and although players are likely to lose some of the pieces over time. Over 700 chips are included to ensure kids can continue to play again and again. This kit is ideal for students ages 7 and up.
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This bingo game delivers hours of fun for children who are developing their math skills, whether they’re beginners or are more advanced. Instead of solving equations with a pencil and paper or struggling with multiplication tables, they’ll challenge themselves to master new math concepts while in pursuit of a win. In classrooms, the game offers a break in routine while still allowing students to continue learning. The game is easy to play, and the speed of the game also enables players to think quickly, learning how to add, subtract and multiply at a faster pace. The game is made for children ages 8 to 13.
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Children will become more fluent with mental computation while playing this game that requires the use of multiplication and division. It’s easy to play, allowing kids to participate in multiple rounds as they continue to expand their math skills. Players who answer the most questions and collect the most cars win. Kids will not only gain confidence in their math skills, but will also have fun competing. In addition to practicing math skills, children will practice following instructions, waiting for their turn and playing with other people. The game is recommended for children ages 8 to 12.
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The Learning Advantage Math-fact-oh! multiplication and division game tests players’ matching abilities and gives them the chance to practice fractions, division, subtraction and addition. It also improves memory and concentration as kids become more advanced. Kids not only get a math lesson each time they play but are also challenged to remember shapes with the triangular Game Changer cards used to create hexagons, parallelograms, trapezoids and rhombuses. Three levels of playing cards allow kids to become more advanced and grow with the game, ensuring it can be used for years to come. Kids over 8 will appreciate the opportunity to sharpen their skills as they move up each level.
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Players can improve their math skills as they compete in Jumpin’ Chips. Made for children ages 7 to 11 and playable with one to four players, it’s an excellent way to teach multiplication. The game includes 156 chips with multiplication equations on them. As they answer questions correctly and move across the board, children will develop more confidence in their math skills. Ultimately, this newly gained confidence will transfer over into school time and boost their academic performance. The challenges aren’t overwhelming and each round is short enough to hold kids’ interest.
“Math, and multiplication in particular, is a crucial foundational skill for all types of advanced learning. These multiplication games decrease the stress and hurdles of a classroom and can make learning fun for students. I recommend trying the games first with your children or students, and then adjusting the level of emphasis based on their abilities and level of enjoyment.”