Family Math Night Kit (250+ Players)
Do you have students who struggle with their facts? Do you wish they would practice more at home? Do you wish your parents were more helpful and supportive? Consider hosting a family math night!
Our new Family Math Night Kit includes 5 stations that are proven to get students excited about math. They target critical strategies and skills, and give kids the repetition and practice they need. Best of all, when parents play our games with their children, they begin to think about numbers – and math – in new and better ways.
Here at GregTangMath, we believe a successful family math night is the single best way to generate excitement about math and bring families together. When it comes to math facts, we need our parents’ help. Strategies can be learned in class, but practice begins at home.
All of our games have been carefully designed and tested to maximize learning and fun. We focus on number bonds – also called fact families – and use multiple representations to model numbers, deepen understanding, and encourage efficient thinking.
If you or your organization has any questions or is interested in running a GTM Family Math Night, contact us at: email@example.com.
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What's in the box:
|Kakooma® Plus™ card deck||8||32|
|Kakooma® Times™ card deck||7||28|
|NumTanga™ Game Board Pack||30|
|Getting Started Guide||included|
|Custom PDF Flyer||Email Us|
These games added to what our grade level teachers provided. They are user friendly and appropriate for all ages at the elementary level.
Thank you very much. We look forward to our first math night event in 4 weeks!
I made contact with Jim at Tang Math several weeks before our math family night, and I eventually ordered a Family Math Night Kit. The games were a hit with parents, students, and teachers all talking to me about how great they were. One student went right home the same night and played the games online because we gave them the website on a piece of paper to take home as well. I highly recommend this kit. There are actual cards for students who either don't have internet access or just want the card game, and there are also games available online for families who don't want to have to keep track of a card game. Overall, we had a great experience.
Over the course of the evening, students and their parent/guardian will rotate through five different math stations – targeting number sense, facts and procedural fluency, and reasoning skills – using Mr. Tang’s games to get excited about math. Best of all, these math evenings bring families together, and allow students and adults to think about numbers – and math – in new and better ways!