FUN with SUMS – MULTIPLICATION Cool Maths Games for Kids | Age 7+
Learn multiplication the fun way. Ideal for individual and group activities.
• Overcome the fear of maths. Age 7+
• Self-correcting multiplication puzzles
• Activity book & 30 sets of picture puzzles
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MULTIPLICATION Cool Maths Games
FUN with SUMS – MULTIPLICATION Cool Maths Games
Arithmetic, a part of maths, is simply working with numbers. It is in all areas of mathematics, science, and engineering. The four basic arithmetic operations are Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division.
MULTIPLICATION Cool Maths Games: Learn maths and multiplication while having fun in this board game setting. There’s nothing like a relaxed and enjoyable way to learn maths that helps children avoid the fear of maths that many children have.
FUN with SUMS MULTIPLICATION cool maths games by Creative Educational Aids contains a series of self-correcting multiplication puzzles. It comes with a detailed activity book and 30 sets of 3 piece multiplication picture puzzles. Ideal for individual and group activities – at home with the family, and even at school.
Other supporting games:v
• FUN with SUMS – ADDITION & SUBTRACTION Maths games
• FUN with FRACTIONS Maths games for kids
Experiential play learning
Our children are gifted with the power to achieve extraordinary learning through creative play. They learn best when they can anchor intellectual learning from books with experiential learning, or learning through play.
Learning through play is how children make sense of the world around them. Through play they can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments.
Key ways that young children learn include playing, being active, exploring and new experiences, talking to themselves, communication with others, meeting physical and mental challenges, being shown how to do new things, practicing and repeating skills and having fun.
FUN with SUMS MULTIPLICATION cool maths games
Benefits of Play Learning:
• providing a meaningful context for children to learn concepts and skills
• making learning fun and enjoyable
• encouraging children to explore and discover together and on their own
• encouraging children to experiment and take risks
• abstract thinking
• anxiety reduction
• enjoyment, fun, love of life
• relaxation, release of energy, tension reduction
TIPS For PARENTS
Teaching maths to your children is as easy as 1+1=2. It works best when you go beyond pencil and paper, and make it a fun part of everyday life.
A few simple, proven strategies:
Start With Counting
Teaching math begins with your child knowing numbers. Children often respond better to memorizing numbers that you repeat in everyday life, or may pick up numbers by seeing you count objects from 1 to 10.
But all children are different, so a method that works for one child may not be right for another. Once your child begins counting, you’re ready to start with some basic math principles. They’ll be adding and subtracting before you know it.
Use Everyday Objects
You already have all the ‘tools’ you need at home: buttons, coins, books, fruit, trees, cars. You can count the objects you have available. Maths is easy to teach when you look at all of the physical objects you can count, add, subtract, and multiply in simple everyday language.
Counting apples is a great arithmetic lesson, but counting different things: apples, oranges, and watermelons together expands the thought process. The child then connects counting with various objects, instead of running through a routine numbers game of 1, 2, 3.
Play Maths Games
There are plenty of games available to help you. For example the game Snakes and Ladders introduces children to the numbers 1 to 100.
Some of the best math games come from your own imagination. Play a scavenger hunt. Use chalk to scribble numbers on the driveway and quiz your kids with questions they have to answer by running to the correct number. Begin basic counting skills with blocks. Maths can become an activity they enjoy rather than an educational drill.
Some other strategies:
• Baking pizzas or cookies gives them a chance to cut quarters, halves, eighths, etc, in the meantime learning fractions by default!
• Invest in an Abacus. It teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, and develops problem-solving skills.
• Flash cards: easier for some kids, as they can see the answer on a card.
• Make maths a daily activity.
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Age: 5 and up
Box Dimensions: 280 x 225 x 40 mm