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Educational Insights Math Slam

$24.99
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Master math skills the fun, physical way with Math Slam! Kids read the problem, then slam the button depicting the correct answer. With four levels of play, five different math games, jammin' music, flashing lights, and sound effects, learning math doesn't get more fun than Math Slam!
Battery: 3.0 C, Required, not included
Material: Plastic
Includes: Timer, activity guide, LED lights

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most recent reviews

More enjoyable than flash cards!

(would recommend)
5 out of 5 stars
Gfamily — 3 months ago
verified purchaser
My daughter finds it easy to use and enjoys learning her math facts.  see moreof Gfamily's review
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    No more tears when practicing math facts!

    5 out of 5 stars
    Amy — 1 year ago
    originally posted on educationalinsights.com
    educationalinsights.com
    Super fun way to get my first grader to practice his math facts! He loves to play the timed games. Flash cards are boring and work sheets are repetitive but this truly is fun. I find that if I leave out out he will pick it up and play throughout the day. Many different skill levels and the option of...  see moreof Amy's review
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      (would recommend)
      3 out of 5 stars
      Tammy — 1 year ago
      My 7 year old has improved on his math skills with this.  see moreof Tammy's review
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        (would recommend)
        5 out of 5 stars
        Mom of 5 — 1 year ago
        verified purchaser
        My 6 and 2.5 year old kids love this! My youngest child threw this at the floor and it didn't break! I wish this was a little cheaper but I'm glad I bought it.  see moreof Mom of 5's review
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          Math Slam makes math fun

          (would recommend)
          5 out of 5 stars
          Emma's mom — 1 year ago
          originally posted on educationalinsights.com
          educationalinsights.com
          My 5-1/2 year old doesn't enjoy math, but she enjoyed playing with Math Slam and didn't even realize she was learning. This is definitely a breath of fresh air compared to all of the boring worksheets they make them do in Kindergarten.  see moreof Emma's mom's review
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            Motivating and fun!

            (would recommend)
            5 out of 5 stars
            teacherandparent — 1 year ago
            We ordered this for our nine-year-old to practice his math facts. Our six-year-old is now trying it out too. In addition to addition and subtraction facts, it has a mystery number game and an ordering numbers game, and they all have four levels. Another bonus is that the game times the players, whic...  see moreof teacherandparent's review
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              Great to encourage Mastery

              (would recommend)
              4 out of 5 stars
              Jen S — 1 year ago
              originally posted on educationalinsights.com
              educationalinsights.com
              My kids love this. I must confess that they don't always use it as designed. Frankly, just slapping the things is pretty darn fun for a 5 and a 3 year old. My 5 year does get to use it as its designed a bit. There are 5 different games on it. One where you put the numbers in order, one where you add...  see moreof Jen S's review
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                Fun game for math

                (would recommend)
                4 out of 5 stars
                OT — 1 year ago
                originally posted on educationalinsights.com
                educationalinsights.com
                My kids that I treat with special needs love it for the cause and effect. My kids who are higher functioning do like to play with it, but it seemed like when they got excited and hit the pads a little harder, I thought the toy was going to break. But overall, this game is a fun game. I also let me f...  see moreof OT's review
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