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Learning Resources® Make A Splash™ 120 Mat, 48" x 56", Grades 1-9 Item # 796958
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Fun way for kids to start learning basic math skills and concepts
- Easy way to teach kids math skills, including place value, addition and subtraction.
- Number patterns on the grid make it easy for students to grasp important math concepts.
- Mat measures 48" x 56".
- Set includes 120 mat, 3 inflatable cubes, 64 colorful square frames, 4 T-shape pieces, 64 square cards and an activity guide.
- Designed for students in grade 1 to grade 9.
|age recommendation||Child years|
|brand name||Learning Resources|
|grade||1st grade; 2nd grade; 3rd grade; 4th grade; 5th grade; 6th grade; 7th grade; 8th grade; 9th grade|
|Recommended Age||6-10 Year|
|size||48" x 56"|
|Skill Learning||Multiplication; Subtraction; Addition; Mathematics; Counting|
|subject||addition; general mathematics; subtraction|
|What's Included||64 x Square Frames; 64 x Square Marker Cards; 4 x T-shaped Frames; 2 x Inflatable Number Cubes; 1 x Inflatable Number Cube for +1-, -10, +1 and -1; Instructions|
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Learning Resources® Make A Splash™ 120 Mat, 48" x 56", Grades 1-9 is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The IE Mommy from Multiple Ways to Play My six year old son Reed is in Kindergarten and he just loves math! He does math all the time outside of school. Everything is made into a math problem and if he's not doing that, he's counting and adding and subtracting. When I had him take a look at Learning Resources latest releases for 2014, he immediately sought out a math game and found the Make a Splash 120 Mat Floor Game. The second we got it we opened it up and spread it out. Learning Resources is great about providing several different options of educational games so there's no one set of rules and instructions. I read Reed all of the options and he wanted to try them all! We recruited his four year old sister Paige to play with us. First we layer out everything that it came with. I had to blow up the three "dice" but that was the only assembly required. There are several variations of play and as always, you can make up your own. My kids usually try out the different ones as I read them to them and in the end, the end up playing a combination of all of them! In one game, they would use the dice with numbers and one of them would land on that number and put one of the included squares on it. The next one would roll another number and go that many spaces from the last and put their own square on it. There are two different number dice and you can ad the two together (2 + 4 = 6) or combine them as one number (2 + 4 = 24). After they did this for a while my son wanted it to be more complicated so he threw in the third dice which does some addition and subtraction of numbers. This was his definite favorite and he kept playing long after his sister lost interest and left. The beauty of Learning Resources games is there are no official rules. Not only does this leave your child free to use their imagination; they are teaching themselves. I'm always amazed at the things my kids come up with! Learning Resources Make a Splash 120 Mat Floor Game is a hit in our house and my son wants to play it every day. The giant mat makes for super sized fun of the educational variety! - See more at: http://www.theiemommy.com/2014/05/14/splash-120-mat-floor-game-review-giveaway-learninghandson-learningresources/#sthash.xxZGPfQA.dpuf
Date published: 2014-05-14