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Math Games Bundle

The Math Facts Bundle, designed for grades K-6, can be used as a stand-alone set of games to teach the addition and multiplication facts or can be used as a supplement to any math program.

You will receive a digital and physical version of the following products:

  • Calendar
  • Coin Change-Up
  • Level Thinking
  • More-Less Spinner
  • Pennies to Nickels
  • Six Tens Cards
  • Time to Tell

You will receive a digital-only version of the following products:

  • Math Facts Workshop MP3
  • Snack Time Math

About the Products


You don't need to spend a lot of time teaching your child calendar skills.

In just a few minutes a day, you can teach...

  • days of the week
  • months of the year
  • writing the numbers 1-31
  • units and tens place value

Coin Change-Up

Coin Change-Up is a multi-level game that can grow with a student as he matures in mathematical proficiency.

It provides practice in:

  • learning about a base 10 number system.
  • learning about the US monetary system.
  • addition facts.
  • visually seeing the borrowing process for subtraction.
  • odd and even.
  • visually seeing multiplication as proportions.
  • multiplication facts.
  • visually seeing division as dividing a number into equal groups.

Level Thinking

A number balance, or math balance, allows a student to visually see how numbers relate as he makes the balance level to solve problems. Level Thinking: Foundations provides games and activities for the number balance that will help students grasp number relationships.

In math, there is one correct answer, but many ways to arrive at that answer. While Level Thinking: Foundations provides practice for learning and reinforcing math facts, the focus is more than memorization. It guides students to explore multiple solutions and to think critically to solve a problem. Whether learning to count or working with advanced number relationships, students of any level will benefit from the activities and concepts presented in this book.

More-Less Spinner

The More-Less Spinner reinforces understanding of the concepts of more, less, greater than, and less than. It is used in several of the games.

Pennies to Nickels

Pennies to Nickels helps a student learn how to break numbers down into their component parts.

It provides practice in:

  • learning the value of U.S. coins.
  • trading for coins of equal value.
  • addition facts.
  • partitioning numbers into their component parts.
  • critical thinking skills and strategy development.

Six Tens Cards

Six Tens is a fun card game that helps students learn basic math skills, practice addition, and multiplication facts, and see numbers as patterns. 

It provides practice in:

  • learning about a base 10 number system.
  • addition facts.
  • multiplication facts.
  • learning to partition the number ten.

It utilizes a special deck of playing cards with pictures of pennies and empty circles to help students visualize the number and how many more are needed to equal ten. 

Time to Tell

Time to Tell is a fun way to learn to tell time. This game takes advantage of the fact that kids love learning through the context of a story!

Your child will create a silly story based on the time determined by spinning the spinner on the special clock face. He draws the hands on the dry/wet erase clock card to match the time spun. After repeating this for four clock cards, he lays the cards out in the order the events would have occurred throughout the day and then reads the story out loud.

Meaningful repetition is a key to mastering learning how to tell time. After completing this activity, he will have practiced telling time on the four different clock cards. He was learning and thought he was just having fun!

This game provides practice in learning:

  • to tell time
  • sequencing events
  • about 24-hour time, i.e., military time
  • about fractions of an hour

Math Facts Workshop MP3

Does your child struggle to master math facts? Do you feel like you are beating your head against a wall as you practice the same basic math operations day after day? Some children struggle more than others to learn the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. They soon decide they are “no good at math,” and math lessons become a dreaded part of your homeschool day. But it doesn’t have to be this way! In this workshop, you will learn how to motivate your child to want to master these concepts. You will also leave equipped with practical suggestions for helping him understand and practice the basic math facts in a fun and engaging way.

You will receive an MP3 of this live workshop.

Snack Time Math

Learn how to incorporate math into your snack time. Connect with your child and lay a strong mathematical foundation!