For review we received a really cool deck of cards for review from a company called I See Cards. They have a few different kinds available, but we got to play with a deck called Pyramath, which retails for $6.95.
Each deck contains 54 brightly colored, slick, laminated cards that are labeled with four mathematical operations- addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. They also have English, Spanish, Arabic, Chineses, and French words for the numbers as well as Roman numerals.
One or two people can play the game. The object of the game is to complete a pyramid using subtraction, addition, multiplication and division. Younger kids can use only addition and subtraction, but might have a harder time completing the pyramid.
There is also an online version at the website where you can play a 7 card or 5 card version. (Careful! It’s addictive!!)
How did we like the cards?
Well, I have to say my girls are a bit burned out on playing around with math facts. They thought it was a little bit hard to play at first, but did give it a go. They understood the concept and thought it would be a fun addition to any homeschool. I especially think the price is nice, and would make great gifts!!
Check out the many different games you can get for your students over at the website, and as always, check out what my crew mates had to say over at the TOS Homeschool Crew blog!
I received this product as a member of the TOS Homeschool Crew for review purposes. No other compensation was received, and opinions in this blog post are my own.