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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Smath makes addition, subtraction, multiplication and division more exciting than ever.
Practice makes perfect in the world of math, but practice is more fun when it's a game instead of homework. The rules of this board game resemble those in Scrabble, but Smath is played by creating math equations instead of words. The game includes a playing board and lots of tiny tiles with numbers, signs for math operations, and brackets to create more complex equations, which players can place on the board horizontally or vertically. The game can be played at different levels of difficulty, from simple addition problems to equations combining operations (for example, (2)(2 + 3) = 5 x 2). The game is for two to four players at different levels of math proficiency, making this an educational (but still entertaining) game for the entire family, the classroom, or for home schoolers. --Marcie BovetzSee all Product Description
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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 7 months ago by Levia Caro
My 6 year old love this game. This is great way to learn math through play.Published 7 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 8 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 10 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 12 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
This game is awesome. Highly recommended for all ages :) I really enjoy this game a lot. It is super fun.Published on July 1, 2012 by claire88
I found this game at a consignment sale and bought it to give my son (6 years old) some additional challenge for learning math. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by Catherine Price