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- Pressman smath
- Crossword-puzzle type play that makes learning math fun
- For 2 to 4 players
- Ages 6 and up
- By pressman
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Top Customer Reviews
My kids and I both enhanced our thinking skills while spending hours around the game table playing Smath. We laughed, and we learned, while challenging ourselves and each other!
One reviewer claims the variety of plays is 'small' but I would challenge that reviewer to play again and open their mind to the endless possibilities of lengthening their equations and challenging their mind.
I played the game with three children ages 8 to 14 (two females and one male) and each of them had a blast.
This is a child's game that can challenge adults as well. What better way to bring the whole family together for some educational playtime where NO ONE need be bored.
For ANY Individual that needs to brush up on their basic math and/or logic skills and/or just enjoys a new challenge -- Smath is worth it!
As for the game itself, I found it to be very enjoyable, if not challenging. The parentheses tiles definitely make it worthwhile, too, allowing for some creativity. I haven't played with any children (only 20 year olds), so I can't comment on its usefulness in education, but it did spark some interesting debates (specifically whether or not you can divide zero by zero; you can't). The lack of numbers greater than 12 is a bit bothersome, but as mentioned in another review, house rules can be set to ease that problem. The rules also are a bit vague when it comes to the bonus point tiles.
All in all, though, a great buy considering it was only $3. Even at $10, this can be well worth your purchase, especially if you're an engineer.
Plus, it's just fun to say: 'SMATH 'SMATH 'SMATH 'SMATH
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I played this game as a child and loved it. Math is not my best subject, but my mom got games like this that made math fun. I describe it as like Scrabble but with math.Published 12 months ago by Levia Caro
My 6 year old love this game. This is great way to learn math through play.Published 13 months ago by LI YE
I bought this for my 8 yr. son and my 8 yr. niece. I don't know if my niece plays with it much ( she's a bookworm instead) but my son loves math. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Janelle Grau
Great idea for a game, but very, very cheaply made. The box, board, and game pieces are all very flimsy. I just wish this game was sturdily built like Scrabble.Published 15 months ago by uofmteach
Just bought this game for my daughter as a math refresher before going back to school (2nd grade) after a nice lazy summer (i wanted a games instead of just flash cards and other... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Laurie
My 4 year old is just learning addition. She Loves the game and it makes her feel very grown up. She has learned a lot. Read morePublished on August 13, 2013 by Mays
I haven't used it yet because my granddaughter is still much to young. I heard it was a really great educational game so it's hard for me to give a more positive feed back at this... Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Kathleen Willis