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I use games to help with teaching math to my students as a resource math teacher. Math Dice, Jr. is a great game, but I find it is better for children that are comfortable already with addition and subtraction. I would recommend Zingo, Sum Swamp, Pop, and I Sea 10 for help with learning addition.
By ivyxe on October 2, 2015
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not sure...i would follow the ages suggested by the company...they're supposed to be great! also google Khan Academy (free tutorials online that tge children of bill gates and the secretary of education use at home. also code.org is doing interesting things like the "hour of code" for kids...15 million children now hav… see more not sure...i would follow the ages suggested by the company...they're supposed to be great! also google Khan Academy (free tutorials online that tge children of bill gates and the secretary of education use at home. also code.org is doing interesting things like the "hour of code" for kids...15 million children now have written the first successful computer code! see less
By Carrie Sheridan on December 23, 2013
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Jr. would be perfect for the 4.5 year old. It is a great hands on way to learn simple mental math for adding and subtracting up to the number twelve. Regular Math Dice is great for the older kids to work on all four functions (add, subtract, multiply and divide). You have to find the answer on the spot using brain p… see more Jr. would be perfect for the 4.5 year old. It is a great hands on way to learn simple mental math for adding and subtracting up to the number twelve. Regular Math Dice is great for the older kids to work on all four functions (add, subtract, multiply and divide). You have to find the answer on the spot using brain power and not a calculator, tablet or Chromebook! It is fun to play, quick to complete and works. . . .keeps the adults sharp too. I am glad I purchased, great return on investment. :) see less
By Handy lady on October 24, 2014
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There is a blue nylon "game board" and each player moves a chip to keep score. Half the board for younger kids (to the top) and then on around for older ones. Very easy, but we don't like the lightweight chips that came with it and use a colored die since I have lots. More than one player, probably not more than 4 t… see more There is a blue nylon "game board" and each player moves a chip to keep score. Half the board for younger kids (to the top) and then on around for older ones. Very easy, but we don't like the lightweight chips that came with it and use a colored die since I have lots. More than one player, probably not more than 4 to keep interest alive! My second grade students with special needs consider it a good reward for getting their work done. I pulled in dice with the signs on them and they work hard to use all the dice if they can since score is based on the number of dice you use to "get to" the target number. If kids find it too easy, switch up to Math Dice regular where they do all 4 operations. see less
By bubbe barbara on February 6, 2014
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My 8 and 6 year old have been playing it for at least two years. You can change the difficulty by length of the game (half way on the blue mat) or by how you use the dice to add, subtract, or combination to get to the answer. I would say some three years olds and most four year olds. The 8 yr old would rather play M… see more My 8 and 6 year old have been playing it for at least two years. You can change the difficulty by length of the game (half way on the blue mat) or by how you use the dice to add, subtract, or combination to get to the answer. I would say some three years olds and most four year olds. The 8 yr old would rather play Math Dice instead of the Jr. game. see less
By Chocolate Lover on December 8, 2013
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4 and up depending on the skill level of the child. Great Great Great way to practice early math skills
By OT Mommy on December 6, 2013
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It is most fun with two or more players with similar math skills. I have one child and we play together. However...she is more motivated when playing with her friends.
By Amy Carlson on December 11, 2014
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I think it would absolutely be great for the classroom! I've only ever used it with my two kids, but I don't see why it couldn't be shared among 6 or more kids. We use it mostly for math facts and it is very easy to tailor it to your needs. My son is in second grade and my daughter is in 5th. We use it with multiplicat… see more I think it would absolutely be great for the classroom! I've only ever used it with my two kids, but I don't see why it couldn't be shared among 6 or more kids. We use it mostly for math facts and it is very easy to tailor it to your needs. My son is in second grade and my daughter is in 5th. We use it with multiplication (in our own way) and it's a nice quick/easy way to refresh her and prepare my son. see less
By Sarah Hill on December 13, 2012
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Jr. involves only subtraction and addition; Math Dice has all 4 operations. I pulled in some dice with +, -, = on them to help my students, but we LOVE them both!
By bubbe barbara on January 23, 2014
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