Practicing math facts can be dry and boring, and a chore students learn to dread and put off.  PyraMath™ takes the dry and boring out of practicing math facts and removes it from the chore list! PyraMath™ ($6.95) from I See Cards is a “comprehensive interactive arithmetic lesson that gives your child unlimited practice at their individual level”.   PyraMath™ is a card game composed of 56 cards.  PyraMath™ is for one or two players or teams, designed to grow mathematical skills with practice within a fun framework.

“Each brightly colored card displays four basic mathematical symbols on the back, and the number along with English, Spanish, Chinese, Roman, French and Arabic translations and symbols on the front. Players quickly identify the numbers on their cards and add, subtract, multiply and divide to finish their pyramid first! Whoever is the first to finish their pyramid by using their mathematical knowledge wins!”

PyraMath™ is easily adaptable for younger players and there are several fun game variations:  (Confession:  I am a PyraMath™ addict.)

The Homeschool Crew received this card game to use and review.  Here, they share their thoughts on this educational card game:

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Special thanks to First Mate Penny of Homeschooling, Autism, & “Stuff” for writing this post.

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  1. […] In addition to Pyramath, I See Cards carries Fractazmic (fractions) and Prime Bomb (prime numbers) for math card games.  Each deck retails for $6.95.    I see these games as inexpensive tools and you can customomize the rules to grow as they improve in math.    To see what others on the homeschool crew think about Pyramath click here. […]

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