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|An arithmetic crossword-like game "invented by a father to help his daughter with her maths." Players alternate laying down tiles marked with numbers and operations to form horizontal or vertical number sentences; the resulting sum, difference, product, or quotient becomes your score. Also available "in-a-bag" for individual or side-by-side, time-based play, where the first person to use up every tile wins. Blog posts, which date back to November, 2011, have included "Family Games Night: Create Lasting Memories," "To Bidmas, or not To Bidmas," and "Women Maths Professors, why are there so few?"|
|Resource Types:||Games, Educational Vendors, Fun for Kids|
|Math Topics:||Basic Operations, Number Sense/About Numbers|
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