Players compete to achieve all numbers from 1 through 10 using 2 dice and simple math. Score is marked with wooden pegs that are flipped when a number is achieved. Basically a four player version of Shut the Box. But it includes some variation.
Tiny Polka Dot cards come in six suits, each with eleven cards representing the numbers from 0 to 10. Each suit uses a different representation. These are Ten Frames, Big and Little Dots, Circles, Doubles Plus One, Numerals, and Dice Patterns.
One after another, you sense the dragons based on the number of spikes and let them come out of the bag. The dice decides on which dragon must be found. For each correct attempt you receive a flint stone.
Help Calculino to take four blue, four yellow and four red starfishes on board as quickly as possible to begin the long journey through the ocean. A lot of concentration, strategy and mathematical knowledge is required.
In order to be sure their offspring are being well cared for, butterflies lay their eggs mostly on the leaves of their favorite plants. In the midst of a splendid flower meadow, 4 small caterpillars go on a big journey to later become butterflies.
In Happy Farm, players are to collect wooden pieces of pigs, chickens, and cows into families of two. The players throw a die to move across the board and collect animals; when they reach one of the two farmhouses, they may exchange the animals with each other.
Part of the "LernSpiel" (English = Learning Game) series from Haba, this is a series of counting games for young children using a very cute counting string with wooden bear, 4 sets of 1-10 counting tiles (marked with dice faces, numbers, fingers & cubes) and three different dice (marked with
Math becomes an adventure with this addition and subtraction game that takes kids on a journey through Sum Swamp. They’ll make their way over the crocodile shortcut and through the endless loop by adding and subtracting the numbers on the dice.
Equate looks a bit like Scrabble--for aspiring mathematicians, that is. Designed by a real mathematician, it works like this: You put down tiles on a board and make points by correctly completing simple equations.
Qwixx is a quick-playing dice game in which everyone participates, no matter whose turn it is. Each player has a scoresheet with the numbers 2-12 in rows of red and yellow and the numbers 12-2 in rows of green and blue.
Ricochet Robots is less of a game and more of a puzzle, which explains why there's such an odd number of solutions possible. There's a four-piece modular board that forms a large room with walls spread around the board. There are also color-coded targets on boards.