Thank you SimplyFun for sponsoring today’s post about Math Medalist, a simple learning game for kids!
Growing up, I struggled with math. I never enjoyed mathematics unless it was disguised as a game or challenge. Although I hated being timed on solving multiplication and addition problems. It was too much pressure. Simple learning games that were creative, pressure-free and colorful helped me grasp math concepts. I was and still am a visual learner in a lot of ways.
Thankfully, companies like SimplyFun realize that learning addition and multiplication can be fun using the same qualities. With Math Medalist, kids ages 8 and up, can advance their multiplication and addition skills to become a Math Medalist in a fun and unique way using friendly and pressure-free competition.
What is this simple learning game all about?
Adding fun to mathematics
In the Field of Hundreds game, players add to 100 in 10s to score their tiles. Players move their pawn around the track. The player who runs the farthest wins.
Multiply your child’s math skills
The Multiplication Zones game encourages players to use the multiplication table to take control of areas and create the highest score. Players control as many zones as they can by placing the most markers in each zone. The product of the equation determines where the player places his or her’s marker. The player who controls the most zones at the end of the game wins!
Math Medalist, a simple learning game for kids, uses stimulating visuals, game pieces and easy to follow directions to encourage kids to master addition and multiplication. It sure beats doing worksheets over and over!
Math Medalist makes the perfect addition to your family game nights or to have handy for after-school play.
It’s having fun that is learning in disguise!
How do you encourage your children to hone in on their math skills?