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Learning Resources Math Mat Challenge


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  • Interactive talking floor mat
  • Fast and crazy quiz games
  • Make learning math fun
  • Features four different games and two skill levels
  • Mat measures 32" in diameter
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 12.5 x 18.5 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000062SRP
  • Item model number: LER0047
  • Our recommended age: 4 - 7 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,072 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
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Interactive talking floor mat with fast and crazy quiz games make learning math fun! Kids listen to the equation, do the math, then step on the right answer. The game speeds up as their scores get higher! Features four different games and two skill levels to reinforce numbers, counting, addition and subtraction up to the number 20. Mat measures 32" in diameter.

Product Description

Pre-K & up. Get kids to think on their feet! Interactive talking floor mat with fast and crazy quiz games make learning math fun! Kids listen to the equation, do the math, and then step on the right answer. The game gets faster as their scores get higher! Features three games with two skill levels that reinforce numbers, counting, addition, and subtraction up to the number 20. Mat measures 32" diameter. Requires 3 AA batteries, not included.

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Customer Reviews

Making math a fun game is a great way for preschoolers and beyond to learn!
It's ME
The only time he will sit for a period of time to learn is with his computer games.
Christina Johnson
It's GREAT for kids with high energy because they can jump around on the mat.
Marc Brown

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114 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Christina Johnson on June 9, 2003
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I am the mother of a very hyper 5 year old boy soon to be entering kindergarden. It has been very difficult and expensive to try and find ways to teach him without boring or frustrating him. I have bought many electronical educational toys and I'd have to say this is about the best one so far to date. I have many leappad products and while they are great in theory, they are not for my hyper child that just wants to "play" and not sit down with some reading pad or talking phonic treehouse. The only time he will sit for a period of time to learn is with his computer games.
I think this is so good for my son because he is hyper and it allows for and even encourages movement. Yet, this toy also requires listening and focused attention. Due to the latter fact, I will admit that at first it seemed like another waste of money. He was getting frustrated because he wasn't getting the right answers and didn't want to play. My son does not know all his #'s and that was my main purpose for buying this item. I did figure out the best way for him was to deivide up the #'s between us. He got the 0-5 and I took 6-10. It's been less than a week and he has almost mastered his side. All in only 10-15 mins of play each day. The fact that he will still play it is a major thrill for me. It's fun factor also comes from it being sort of a timed game so that after each correct answer its ticking will speed up and once time is up it will tell you how many you got correct. We have the highest score possible on the #'s and he is almost as proud as I am.
There are 2 levels and 3 activities: Numbers, addition and subtraction. We are just on numbers but once he learns all of them (my side and his)I know this will be a great way to help him with adding and subtracting as well. There are also some really great suggestions as for other ways to play using the mat included.
So as long as it holds up I'd have to say it's a wonderful toy and not just in theory.
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84 of 84 people found the following review helpful By apoem TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 12, 2005
This is a great toy. My very active five year old loves this game. He can play and move and review his numbers and adding and subtracting.

Two comments about this math mat though-

1. The numbers face outwards and the child stands in the middle of the numbers. When my son first started playing on this it took him some time to figure out which numbers were which. The numbers need to face the child.

2. The restart button is on the inside of the circle where the child stands and is easily stepped on. This leads to frustration sometimes if the child is not careful because they step on this restart button and the game starts over.

Otherwise, this is an excellent way to review number recognition, adding and subtracting.

Enjoy. Well worth the money.
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77 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Carol L. Collack on January 18, 2003
I bought the math mat for my first grade classroom. It gets used all the time by 26 children. The only thing that the kids tell me, is that sometimes it is not loud enough. They love to use it and it is one of the best centers in my classroom
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Laura A. Luloh on October 27, 2003
We just got this two days ago. It is a great toy. My 5 yr old was up at 7:00 this morning playing it! My 2 1/2 yr old even plays it because they have a number recognition mode. It's great for my 5 yr old and I to play together and see who can get to the answer first. He loves doing kartwheels while landing his hand on the right answer. Good Job Learning Resources! Two notes: this math goes up to the end of second grade (18 + what = 22 and 20 - what = 12) and as mentioned in a previous review, it is difficult to hear when there is anyone talking in the room, but the is a repeat button. Therefore I would say it is for 2 1/2 - 7 yr olds.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Micole Roy on January 24, 2004
This is a great toy! My son loves the Math Mat so much that when I challenge him to a game he shouts out the answers to the problems and occasionally tries to step on the buttons even when it's my turn to play! This is a great toy for letting the kids run off some of their energy as they review their basic math skills. My 5-year-old son runs around the mat as the computer voice says the equation and then he quickly runs to step on the answer. The mat has three games (number identification and sequence, addition, and subtraction) and two levels of play. Regarding addition and subtraction, the first level requires you to find the sum or the difference and the second level gives you the answer to the problem and the first number in the equation and you provide the missing number. We use level 1 as a warm up since it provides a good review and then we play level 2 for a challenge.
I'd give this toy more than 5 stars in the fun and educational categories if I could. Since most children are quite active and learn math at different rates and since repetition is good at this stage, most children would get a lot of good quality use out of this game. I think the durability is pretty good also but it's really too soon to know.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By PeaTee TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 14, 2006
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The Math Mat is kinda cool and my children (3.5 and 5.5 years of age) and I have been having fun playing with it since we got it for Christmas.

My daughter uses it to practice addition. The Math Mat gives her an equation, such as `what is 2 + 8' on the "Easy" Level and she runs around and jumps on the usually correct number. If you don't get the number correct, the Mat tells you what the answer is. And key to the Math Mat's success and popularity is that it always keeps a positive outlook.

My 3.5 year old son on the other hand can't do equations so he plays at identifying the numbers. The "Easy" Level on the Mat is just that: identify the numbers from 0 to 10. The more "Difficult" Level gives children a sequence of numbers for which they must give the missing number. For example, the Mat will say something like, `What number comes next". Then it will say the sequence "3, 4, _" and your child has to come up with "5" for an answer.

I foresee a slight lag problem where the Mat might not get much use. A Toddler might have fun identifying their numbers, and a Preschooler might have fun filling in the sequence, but there will probably be a gap in time before they progress to an age where they can do simple addition equations. (Then again, if they have the Math Mat maybe there won't be a gap.)

Four Stars. Good educational fun. Toddlers and Preschoolers will probably need parental help and motivation.

The Math Mat takes 3 AA batteries. To play you put the mat on the floor and then choose whether you want to do addition or subtraction or number identification. It is all pretty intuitive and we haven't had to look at instructions.
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