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Some children struggle with math, while others love it and can’t get enough of numbers and all you can do with them. Those children who are math fans will love these number games. And those children who struggle with math – or just aren’t all that fond of numbers – will have fun as they learn math functions. They might even begin to love numbers! Either way, you can’t go wrong getting one of these math games for your child.

 

 

 

 




Learning Resources Math Mat Challenge Game (Toy)


Get students thinking on their feet! Interactive, talking floormat challenges students to listen to the equation, do the math, then step on the correct answer. The game gets faster as scores get higher! Teaches numbers, counting, addition and subtraction up to the number 20. Get students thinking and moving!
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Learning Resources Sum Swamp Game, 8 Pieces (Toy)


Encourage math drills through fun game play with Sum Swamp. Journey through the swamp by adding and subtracting numbers on the dice. Includes gameboard, 4 swamp creature game pieces, 2 number dice, and an operations dice.
List Price: $18.99 USD
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IcoSoKu Brainteaser Puzzle – 3D Puzzle – Block Puzzle (Toy)


This IcoSoKu Original puzzle calls on you to match dots to numbers in order to solve puzzles. The challenges you create and the solutions waiting to be found number in the thousands for this puzzle, which has a correct answer for every tough question you make up.

It’s incredible how many hours of enjoyment, and the amount of brainteasers, you can have with the IcoSoKu puzzle. Delight in the time spent removing tiles and placing yellow pegs on the ball, to strengthen logic, strategy and math skills.

Play by removing the 20 tiles and inserting yellow pegs where you like. Snap on white tiles around the yellow pegs in effort to have the dots surrounding the pegs equal the number shown.

No matter how you arrange the yellow pegs, there’s always a solution to your puzzle. When you want to play again, simply reposition the tiles and pegs and then start over. You can count on many thrills with this 3D puzzle.

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Learning Resources Head Full Of Numbers (Toy)


Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with fun game play. Place dice into the shaker, then roll them out and align on the dice tray. Then set the timer and create as many unique, correct equations as possible. Game variations allow you to target specific math skills. 2-6 players.
List Price: $10.44 USD
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Equate: The Equation Thinking Game (Toy)


4099229 Features: -Equation Thinking Game. -Fun creating equations crossword-style game. -Include a laminated playing board, 190 tiles, and 4 racks behind which players hide their tiles. -Ages 8 through adult, 2 to 4 players. -Great for the family or classroom. -Easy to learn. -Overall Dimensions: 10'' H x 10'' W x 2'' D.
List Price: $26.00 USD
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Sumoku (Toy)


Sumoku is a unique crossword-style game with numbers. Players add up their numbered tiles to a multiple of the number on the die. Scores grow with every connected row and column. With 5 game variations and endless challenges, the fun quickly adds up with Sumoku! Includes 96 numbered tiles, 1 die, and a canvas zippered pouch.
List Price: $16.99 USD
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10 Great Toys and Games for Gifted Kids

It’s unlikely that you’ll find a toy that all gifted children will like, but your chances of finding a toy that your own gifted child will like is greater if you look for toys that challenge her to think and holds her interest. The toys and games listed here perennial …
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Some children struggle with math, while others love it and can't get enough of numbers and all you can do with them. Those children who are math fans will love these number games. And those children who struggle with math - or just aren't all that fond of...