Multiplication War (Flash Kids Flash Cards)

Multiplication War (Flash Kids Flash Cards)

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Flash Kids Flash Cards offer essential practice in key concepts such multiplication, division, the alphabet, sights words, and state capitals.

This multiplication card game is a fun way to review the basic multiplication facts that every child must master before he or she can move on to more difficult math. This set of 86 flash cards can be used to play Multiplication War, in which players determine which of two multiplication problems has the higher answer. Detailed game rules are inside.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781411434868
Publisher: Flash Kids
Publication date: 10/05/2010
Series: Flash Kids Flash Cards Series
Pages: 86
Sales rank: 103,088
Product dimensions: 3.40(w) x 5.00(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range: 5 - 6 Years

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Multiplication War (Flash Kids Flash Cards) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
MsCharCP More than 1 year ago
As an elementary school teacher, I am always looking for ways to engage my students to learn. Multiplication War is an excellent game and my students choose to play this even during lunch and recess. Some of my students have taken this game home to play. This is a great way for student to become more familiar with the times tables. Buy it for your children and play it with them.
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emsmomCC More than 1 year ago
This game is such a wonderful idea. My 1st grader happens to adore math. She chose this game with a birthday gift card. She isn't learning multiplation yet; however I wasn't going to squash her enthusiasm to learn. Younger children could play this game with adults who would be able to guide them in figuring out the math problems. The idea of the game is just like traditional war. Each player flips a card and the player who has the highest number on their card collects both cards and adds them to their pile. The twist is that when the card is flipped it presents a multiplication problem, instead of a number. Whoever has all of the cards at the end is the winner. These cards could also be used as tradional flash cards.
MARTITACA More than 1 year ago
MY SON PLAY WITH HIS FRIEND WHILE I DRIVE THEM HOME AFTER SCHOOL AND IT'S AMAZING HOW QUICK THEY LEARN, THEY HAVE SO MUCH FUN
Anonymous More than 1 year ago