About this item
- Turn math mastery into a game and rock your way to academic success! To win the game, players must answer 3 questions correctly at each venue to make their way around the board and reach the International Music Awards first. Questions cover addition, subtraction, multiplication, percentages, fractions, and more.
- Part of Educational Insights' award-winning line of products
- Includes guitar-shaped game board, 220 pick-shaped cards, limo-shaped card holder, 4 playing pieces, and game guide
- Practices addition, subtraction, multiplication, percentages, fractions, and more. Increases academic confidence.
- Rockin' Math Game is for children ages 8-10
Rock your way around the Rockin' Math board to master basic math facts! Fun, kid-cool questions cover addition, subtraction, multiplication, percentages, fractions, and more. Content is aligned to common core standards for grades 3-4. Make math practice fun, with Rockin' Math! For 2-4 players.
Material: Paper, plastic
Suggested Age: 8 Years and Up
CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_small_parts
Grade Level: 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade
Number of Players: 2-4 Players
Educational Focus: Math
Power Source: Non-powered
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-2702
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overall: 5 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
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Amped up, indeed!
5 out of 5 stars
Michelle @ Delightful Learning — 5 years ago
In Rockin' Math, you start jammin' as a Garage Band, then work your way up to a Recording Studio, attend a Release Party, shop at Glitz Mall, perform in benefit concerts, and finally work your way up to the International Music Awards to win the game. Each venue is a different category of questions a...see moreof the reviewer's review
Must buy to make math fun!
5 out of 5 stars
Kamal — 5 years ago
Truly a rockin' game - starts with venues i.e. zones that help to set the quiz categories apart, my child said it was like "monopoly for math" - answer questions move on. Also small musical details are very aesthetically done - like the shape of the box is that of a guitar (also serves as a playboar...see moreof the reviewer's review