Class Kit Intermediate (Grades 2-4)
Description: 13 math centers that span Grades K-5. However, we would recommend the intermediate kit for Grades 2-4. Each activity targets an important strategy, skill or standard, and provides hours of independent practice for students at school or at home. Great for enrichment and intervention activities. These games will give your students the practice they need in a fun and challenging way. Game on!
Focus: Number bonds (fact families), counting, multiple representations, ten frames, place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, identifying and forming equations, money, fractions, measurement and conversions, composing and decomposing numbers, and more. Builds strong mental math skills.
|Web Bonds™ (Times/Plus) board game||1||2 players|
|Tic-Tac-Tang/Tenframe™ board game||1||2 players|
|Math Limbo™ (Basic/Pro) board game||1||2 players|
|Equato™ (Basic/Pro) board game||1||2 players|
|Kakooma® Plus card deck||1||4 players|
|Kakooma® Times card deck||1||4 players|
|NumTanga™ JR card deck||1||4 players|
|NumTanga™ SR card deck||1||4 players|
|Expresso™ card deck||1||4 players|
|Numskill™ card deck||1||4 players|
|Tang Cards™||2||8 players|
|NumTanga™ magnetic game board + pieces|
As a math interventionist, trust me Greg Tang Math is the best. My students and I love the classroom kit of interactive engaging games.
Mrs are so engaging! I’m currently using them for my summer tutoring sessions, and my students ask to play them as soon as I arrive! I can’t wait to use them in my classroom this year!
I love the kit. Additional kits are being ordered by my school. I look forward to using these games again next year. An added bonus is the how the play video series.
We LOVE it!
My class loved this kit being added to our math games. Even the more basic games are engaging because it's a new way to look at a familiar concept. We've only had this kit for a month and the boards are already looking very loved. Durable cards and easy erase markers make it easy to have over 8 games going at one time with several different computations being used. I can't help but think how incredible math could have been if it was being taught more Tangy. :)