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Math for Love Prime Climb
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- Award-winning, beautiful and colorful mathematical board game
- Perfect for 2-4 players, ages 10 and up. Younger players can play with adult guidance
- Easy to learn, and endlessly replayable, thanks to dynamic mix of strategy and luck
- Color-coded board makes multiplication and division as easy as combining colors
- Quality guarantee: if defective in any way, contact manufacturer
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Prime climb is a beautiful, colorful, mathematical board game designed for 2 to 4 players. Roll the dice and add, subtract, multiply and divide your way to the center of the board, picking up prime cards and bumping your opponents back to start as you go. The first to land both pawns on 101 wins the game! everyone can learn to multiply and divide using prime climb's unique color coding. Inspire deeper mathematical understanding while mastering arithmetic! prime climb is a perfect game for families & schools, kids & adults. Awaken your love of math, with prime climb.
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The game includes a board with all the numbers between 0 and 101 in a spiral. The goal of the game is to land your piece on the 101 spot. You get there by rolling dice and using math to chose how many spaces to move. The basic strategy becomes clear very quickly for new players. The board itself is beautifully designed and the pretty colors aren't just pretty colors, they are coded to indicate multiplication factors. There is a metaphor here about women and their pretty little heads, but I can't quite pull it together. :)
The game moves quickly, adding and subtracting is easily supported by counting circles and there is a multiplication table included that uses the same fantastic color-coding as the board for anyone who needs a little help with multiplication and division. Game variations are also included in the instructions, like faster game play using one token per player.
Really, all-around this is an excellent game. My only criticism, and it is so minor I did not take any stars off for it, is the dice. Instead of a 10, they have a 0 and we find that we often forget this fact. And the shape of the dice is a little wobbly so sometimes we lose the numbers for the roll.
The above from our 11 yr old who loved it. My husband accurately describes it as Trouble (the game with the popper dice rolling) with an education.
One reviewer commented that, once past the halfway point on the board, one could only use addition to plod to the finish. We use the subtraction option to move our pawns backward into the first half of the board, waiting for a chance to use multiplication to jet propel ourselves close to the finish.
Our 9 and 7 year old were less intensely interested and found it more difficult, but still doable... especially after we told them that the actual time they spent on their turns could be applied to their school math practice homework. They do, however, enjoy playing with support.
It's an excellent game.
Update: This is now our favorite family game! The now 10 yr old and almost 8 year old are getting the hang of it and enjoying it. A great investment and I love the fact that it's a small business. They have a great webpage with links to math games and curricula. Can't rate this highly enough!
Received it, looked at the board and read through the instructions thinking "huh, seems a bit complicated". Heart sunk even lower when daughter starts playing and goes "Hey! It's a MATHS GAME!!!" Uh oh, sprung.
Turns out all she wanted was to go get some paper for workings. It's easy once you start. We played it all that evening and ended up missing our movie night. And have played it every day for the 4 days since then. Son is basically obsessed, and daughter is quietly joining in each game too. I'm really enjoying it as well.
It's a shame the school holidays are ending, we are really loving this game!
The rules are very simple; at first it looks like no more than a small twist on "Aggravation" or "Sorry." But it's much more: you really Will need to add, subtract, multiply and divide to make best use of your rolls, and it's really great painless practice to get those arithmetic facts to become second nature, the way we need them to be for true mastery.
The beautiful board and playing pieces are nice bonus. All in all, a great use of both educational and "fun" budget.