Support basic math concepts with Kaplan's collection of math related puzzles and games. Games cover topics like fractions, number recognition, counting, weighted balance, estimation, angle measurement, basic operations, and more.
4 years & up. Concentrate, and learn rhymes, colors, shapes, numbers, money concepts, or the alphabet! Unique, 6-way format adapts to a variety of skill levels, and is a fun learning supplement for small groups or the entire class. Also ideal for learners with disabilities and anyone learning English. Each set includes 36 playing cards, 264 chips, caller's mat and cards, and a sturdy storage box.
3 years & up. Three games in one! Each of these games is a great way to practice color recognition and fine motor skills with some early math skills as an added bonus. These two-player games make them perfect for centers, parent engagement or one-on-one with a teacher. Includes 1 number die, 1 color die, 2 Gator Grabbers, and 36 colorful bug counters. Takes only 10 minutes to play!
9 years & up. Fun and easy to play, both teachers AND students enjoy it! Develop varied problem solving strategies with three levels of difficulty. Object of the game is to make 24 using all four numbers on a card. You can add, subject, multiply and divide, but use each number only once. There is at least one solution to every card. Can you make 24 first?! There is at least one solution to every card. 96 double sided cards. For one or more players.
3 years & up. Cookies come in all shapes and these games are full of colorful shaped cookies to sort and explore. The games focus on shape and name recognition by sight and feel. The two-player games make them perfect for centers, parent engagements or one-on-one with a teacher. Includes 24 shape cookies and spinner.
Grades 3 & up. It's a race to "1" with this four-player fraction game! A fun hands-on method to present fractions or parts of a whole. Includes 4 tubes, 52 fraction cards, 52 fraction tiles, 20 scoring cards, and teacher guide.
Grades 3 - 5. Improve essential Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math knowledge with these fun and memory-boosting games. Players study the pictures-and-facts side of the card for 10 seconds, and then flip to the other side to see how many questions they can answer, for example, "Was this masterpiece painted in 1691 or 1891?" or "When was toothpaste in a tube invented?" Each game includes 55 cards, a sand timer, and 8-sided die. For 1 or more players. Purchase all 4… More »
3 years & up. A balance game that introduces children to three levels of play: number recognition, counting and addition. Features a puppy themed scale with 19 puppies to add and count, 10 numbers, thirty 2-sided cards and game rules. 1 - 4 players.
5 years & up. With Rush Hour® Junior, younger players can experience the fun and challenge of Rush Hour® in this exciting junior version. After setting up their game board according to pictures on various challenge cards, players steer their ice cream truck through a jumble of blocking cars, trucks and buses. A playful theme and 40 age-appropriate challenges will keep even the most restless child captivated for hours.
3 years & up. Prepare children to problem solve as they use observation and size-relation skills to group the sturdy cards by size, subject, or color. Images depict animals from the farm, pets and sea life. Contains 24 cards (8 subjects) measuring 3" x 5".
8 years & up. Colorful, inventive family game that is easy to learn but deceptively mind-boggling! Each player drops a shape into the vertical game board's drop zone and earn points for the highest level that their shape reaches when it lands. Earn extra points for touching bonus circles. Be careful not to break a landing rule. The shape you dropped is not allowed to touch matching shapes or colors after it lands. Break a landing rule and you will go away empty-handed. The player with the most… More »
3 years & up. These colorful Jumping Jacks come in five colors and three different poses for endless sorting, patterning, and matching possibilities. A set of 16 double-sided pattern activity cards, 105 jumping jacks, and a storage container are all included in this fun and engaging set.
Grades 4 & up. Develop varied problem solving strategies with three levels of difficulty using this math card game. Can you make 24 first? Students must add, subtract, multiply or divide to make it happen. All four numbers must be used, but each number used only once. There is at least one solution to every card. 96 double-sided cards.
6 years & up. Arcade style game reinforces addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills with three levels of difficulty. Large LCD screen displays math equations, then numbers flash and beep. When the correct answer lights up, players press it using a soft mallet (included) or their hands. Requires 4-AA batteries (not included).
Grades 3 & up. With the 24 Game Factors/Multiples set students will work together to create wheels of numbers that share a common factor. Use this game as an individual or group activity. The cards are self-checking to allow accurate practice or review of multiplication facts. 96 double-sided, self-checking cards. This game is an excellent way for children to gain math skills while they play.
Grades 4 & up. Make algebraic thinking fun! Find a variable number (any whole number from 1 to 9) which, when used with the other numbers on the card, can make 24 on both wheels. 96 double sided cards.
4 years & up. Bringing numbers to life for kids in a fun, exciting way! This fast, fun and clever number game by Mobi is a thrilling way to bring little kids and their families together through mathematics. Spread the tiles out on any flat surface and race to create simple math equations in crossword style grids. See who can make the best equation "pods" and connect all of their tiles first to win the game. Perfect for beginners. Included: 162 Colorful Tiles, Whale-shaped Storage Pouch, and Instructions,
6 years & up. Bringing numbers to life in a fun, exciting way! This fast, fun and clever Mobi Numerical Tile Game is a thrilling way to bring family and friends together through mathematics. Spread the tiles out on any flat surface and race to create simple math equation "pods" by connecting them in crossword style grids. Win the game by being the first player to connect all your tiles. Each player starts with a certain number of tiles and must use all of their tiles in each pod and… More »