Arithmetic Card Games for Addition Improve Your Child's Skills
Kids learn addition while they have fun playing card games. Addition is easy when your kids are learning at the same time they play popular games they already know and love. Games include Memory, Go Fish, Old Maid and War.
And they love to help make their own cards by printing the five sheets on plain or perforated card stock and separating the sheets into the deck of 50 cards.
Teachers, parents, and tutors use this excellent resource, designed by Linda Silbert, PhD and Al Silbert, EdD, to help kids learn quickly without struggling. Teachers and parents love how the games also improve focus and self-esteem.
Special Ed teachers use this fun Addition Card Game to help teach addition to children with learning disabilities such as ADHD, sensory processing disorder, and dyscalculia.
The Addition Card Game integrates perfectly with all math programs used in schools across the country. Help your child learn addition facts. No more boring math drills!
Scroll down to read what teachers and parents say about Strong Learning's great Arithmetic Card Games.
Ages: 6 -12 years and up
Publisher: Strong Learning, Inc.
Digital Download: 1 PDF file with directions.
Contents: 46 2" x 3.5" playing cards plus Old Maid (All 4 games use the same deck), 3 Answer Key Cards, directions for playing games.
Materials Required: 5 sheets 8 1/2" x 11" plain or perforated card stock for printing game cards (Avery business card stock No. 28371 or equivalent).
Read what some teachers and parents have said about Math Card Games:
"I loved watching my students having fun learning math facts while playing cards." --Penny W, M.A., Second Grade Teacher, Putnam County, NY
"My two young children played game after game. Without realizing it, they memorized the most challenging number facts." --D. Reilly, Parent, Yorktown, NY