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Math Explosion Game
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- Math Explosion combines science and math into an entertaining and exciting game for all ages
- Get ready for a math adventure
- Review facts and get ahead in math
- Learn Math Facts the fun way!
- The entire family can play with customized facts from our math creator
- Kids want to keep playing this exciting game so that they can be the first to explode the volcano; they don't even know they are doing math
- Math fact learning is fun with Ms. Frizzle
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Math Explosion combines science and math into an entertaining and exciting game for all ages. With this fascinating game, players are able to customize math facts with a math fact creator so that players of all ages can play for many years to come. Be the first player to explode the volcano by getting your math facts correct! Math Explosion makes math a BLAST with a two-sided colorful laminated game board which includes both a speedy and extended game, fascinating volcano facts in the border, a volcano for the explosions, a bowl to catch the volcanic "lava", colorful measuring cups as moving pieces, bonus cards, printable math fact sheets and an on-line math creator for unlimited math facts. Get ready for a math adventure! Review facts! Get ahead in math! Wahoo! It's time to burn rubber and discover!
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 12 x 2 in||8.9 x 13.1 x 1.5 in||2 x 10 x 10 in||10 x 10 x 2.8 in||12 x 12 x 2 in||8.06 x 10.38 x 2.19 in|
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Top customer reviews
The one thing my son wanted for his fifth birthday was a volcano game. I was happy to find one. But, playing as described in the rules is terrible. It takes forever and you have to make your own cards for every ability level. So, we changed the game a little.
Here's how we play. First, get a set of polyhedral dice. We got a set of seven by chessex from amazon. Each child chooses two dice and on his or her turn rolls and either adds, subtracts, or multiples the numbers. With a very young child you can use a six sided spot die and just have them count the spots. If the answer is correct, you roll a four sided die to determine how many spaces to move. Repeat, following the rules for bonus cards, adding baking soda, and winning.
By spending $5 for the seven dice I was able to customize the game to any ability level without having to print hundreds of cards. My kids love the game and now we play it often. Thank goodness vinegar and baking soda are so inexpensive.
The volcano that came with the game is really cheap, too. We may someday have to find a way to replace it.
(either print your own or use your own) as well as baking soda and vinegar. But to make math facts fun to practice as well as throw in basic chemistry (chemical reaction of baking soda and vinegar), it's a winner.