Fun Learning Multiplication With Math Slam! Review & Giveaway

 

 

I wrote this post on behalf of Educational Insights. I received Math Slam in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.

 

This year is my son’s first year doing multiplication. Surprisingly he has grasped the concept immediately but who likes to just do school work curriculum daily? That’s where Educational Insights comes in with their Multiplication Slam.   The Multiplication Slam is an electronic game where children can practice their multiplication skills.

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Featuring five fun multiplication games that reinforce important multiplication concepts for numbers 1–9. Read the problem, scan the possible answers, and slam the one that’s correct! Better move quickly, though—each game is timed and the faster you get through the questions, the better your score! Missed problems are recycled until they are answered correctly, ensuring comprehension and mastery. Increasingly difficult levels, flashing lights, and fun sound effects keep kids slammin’ for more!

 

I particularly like how if my son gets a problem incorrect how eventually he will have another opportunity to answer it again. If I were to do this in our homeschool curriculum he would catch on real quick and get upset. Since it is electronic based and portable he thinks he’s playing a video game which is one of his favorite pastimes!  Fun with all the bells and whistles too:  timed questions, flashing lights, sound effects, and five challenging games.

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Recommended for  Grades 3+ – Math Slam can be purchased directly from Educational Insights for $39.99. Educational Insights offers other wonderful products for preschool and up that can be used everyday to learn while having fun! Plus if you order $50.00 or more they offer FREE shipping!

 

Educational Insights is generously offering  one of my readers  Math Slam!

Enter to win by using the below Rafflecopter form to enter for a chance to win this awesome giveaway! Please let me know if you have any questions. Open to the US, ages 18+.

 

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Comments

  1. rod jackson says:

    I like that it teaches math and my child might enjoy it.

  2. I really like Math tools for my homeschool for two reasons! One, my oldest son is very gifted in Math, and I am not, =) I like to keep challenging him (he’s 7) to work hard at Math-even when it comes easy to him. Also, I really work hard at keeping educational games in my home. Since I am homeschooling and have four children sometimes it’s necessary to have something to keep some of them occupied while I focus on a difficult lesson. It’s so easy to just let them do something mindless and busy, but I do try hard to have educational things to keep them distracted instead. =)

  3. A game that teaches something!!

  4. michelle r says:

    I love that both of my boys could play with this game.

  5. Oh I sooooo want to win this giveaway for my daughter who is currently learning multiplication. I love that Math Slam has five games to help reinforce the facts. I appreciate that Alyssa would be timed. This will help improve her fluency rate with regards to facts. I need to utilize hands-on games and activities to provide variety in our homeschool schedule. This is actually one of the products that I put on her wish list for birthday and Christmas gifts. She loves earning tickets for her free time and I have a feeling she would ask to use this quite often. Sounds weird I’s sure, but she LOVES all things educational. Thank you for the chance to win!!!

  6. Thank you for posting this wonderful activity for children and helping out a great company! I’m a math teacher that is developing some cool number sense material. Check out itonlytakes1.org and try the discovery exercises in order. Babies are born with an ability to subitize: seeing the whole quantity without counting. When we organize numbers, we can see much larger quantities quickly. This ability leads to seeing algebraic equations! Let me know if you are interested in more information!!

  7. This is cool! I like that it teaches this math skill and kids just think it is a “game” Nice!

  8. Anne Perry says:

    A fun way to learn and practice math skills.

  9. kelly tillotson says:

    my 1st grader LOVES math, he will love this! great educational christmas gift!
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

  10. I love that it makes multiplication fun!

  11. Carrie Phelps says:

    I like that it has the option of five separate games.

  12. that it helps teach multiplication in a fun way. and that it gives kids a second chance at the same problem.

  13. I like that it’s similar to a video game which DD thinks is fun and definitely better than drills.

  14. I love that this is a fun way to teach a not-so-fun lesson. My oldest is 10 and autistic, and he hates multiplication, but he loves games. Maybe this is exactly what he needs. And my middle son is very gifted. He is currently a full year ahead of his age group. He is just getting into multiplication and would also love this. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  15. It makes math fun and accessible!

  16. kristin sims says:

    i love the fact that it is brightly colored, lots of action, and a great way to teach multiplication….i teach special education and this would be awesome to have in the classroom, thank you!

  17. Kids like the newest in technology and this is a fun and educational way to encourage learning. Thanks.

  18. I like that problems the kid might get wrong are recycled so they are going to learn them!

  19. It makes learning multiplication fun. It is just what I need for my granddaughter.

  20. I have 4 children with very different learning styles and this would really help them with their multiplication skills. My eldest is very much a hands on learner so this would be well used.

  21. Its so educational!! BUT fun ! My son would love this

  22. Kaci Guisinger Harrison says:

    I love that you have to move quickly and then SLAM the answer lol! My son would just love that!! I have an extremely bright 6 year old who is beyond advanced for his age, he’s doing a 4th grade level of math and he’s only in first grade. He loves toys that are complex, he won’t play with blocks or cars or boring board games, he has to have a complex confusing object in front of him to be happy, I don’t know where this child came from because my husband and I are smart but omg just average smart LOL He is our brain! He’d really like this. Thank you
    kaciohio@gmail.com

  23. Geri Fink says:

    My son loves math and this would be a great tool to keep things fun.

  24. I love that it can make learning multiplication fun. Technology can be a very useful tool when used in the right way.

  25. Jennifer Reed says:

    The feature I like best about the Multiplication Slam game is that the missed problems are recycled until they are answered correctly, ensuring comprehension and mastery

  26. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I like that it has timed games.

  27. I know that my grandson would get some use out of this, his Mother is a math wiz. So I am hoping that he will be one also.

  28. I love that there are five different games!

  29. I like that it’s best for my son’s age range!

  30. I like that it will help my son in math.

  31. Ruth Anderson says:

    My grandson is autistic and likes to do things quietly and alone ,I think he could learn math using this product .

  32. if they get the problem wrong they will get it again

  33. That it is a game.

  34. Cynthia Cover says:

    My son would really enjoy this and definitely needs help with his times tables

  35. I like that it has five different games – so if one doesn’t appeal to a child, there are more to choose from!

  36. I love that it gives them multiple choices to the problems and makes learning fun and like a game so they will want to play it.

  37. Priya Ramki says:

    I love that it has 5 different games…

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