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I'm Jeanie, a graphic designer and a mom.
A few years ago my son, David, actually believed he "wasn't good at math". The truth was, he wasn't "interested" in math. Big difference.
David understood math concepts, but he didn't like the practice. And mastering math requires... you guessed it... thoughtful practice.
I set out to create fun activities to entice him to practice math. Games he'd love so much, he'd eagerly want to play. And guess what? It worked!!
David quickly mastered math. But even better, his emotions regarding math, changed from dread to joy.
Since then I've seen hundreds of other kids' natural math ability flourish by enjoying amusing and delightful math games.
What Teachers are Saying
"My students LOVE these games. I just started at a new school as a Math Interventionist. Two of these games were in the cabinet. The kids asked to play but I didn't know how or what math was in the game. They continued to ask or maybe I should say begged to play, so I finally gave in, but they would have to teach me how to play. They had so much fun, and I was sold! I used the game in my other classes. Everyone loves it!"
Becky Pagel, Math Specialist
What Moms are saying!
"Absolutely Love It! Instructions are very well written and easy to understand. Loads of fun, while doing math.
Even the inside of the box looks like a candy store, super cute!"
What Teachers are Saying!
"I teach first grade and my students can't get enough of it! They BEG me to play and they get to school early so they can get a spot in the game first. Some of them have even talked their parents into buying it.
It was a little advanced for some students at first so we created a chart together of all the ways to make 100 that hangs in the classroom."
Stephanie Emerson, First Grade Teacher
A new way to learn
1. Lively Games
It's all about an active, enjoyable experience. Clever characters, hilarious rules and fun surprises make math games exciting!
2. Active focus
When kids love a math game, they focus all their attention on actively engaging in math.
3. Real Results
The best way to master math is to do it so much it becomes second nature. Calculations become a no-brainer.
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