Math Mat Challenge Electronic Game
Math Mat Challenge Talking Floor Mat
by Learning Resources
Ages 4 - 7
Number identification and Counting (Ages 4 - 5)
Addition and Subtraction (Ages 5 - 6)
Complete the equation (Ages 6 - 7)
Get kids to think on their feet! Interactive talking floor mat with fast and crazy quiz games make learning math fun! Kids listen to the equation, do the math, then step on the right answer. The game gets faster as their scores get higher! Features six different games and two skill levels to reinforce numbers, counting, addition and subtraction up to the number 20.
Great for classroom use.
Moving to Learn Whole Number Computation
Children learn in different ways. A kinesthetic approach, using body movement to reinforce learning, is especially effective when combined with verbal and visual cues. A kinesthetic lesson can help students understand operations like addition, which can be demonstrated physically by adding more or moving forward.
Part-to-Whole or Missing Addend Subtraction
In part-to-whole subtraction, a quantity is increased to reach the whole. The needed action is adding another part to the given part to achieve the whole, thus the name part-to-whole subtraction.
Did you know?
A kinesthetic approach in teaching math also builds gross motor skills and physical fitness.
- Number Identification and Counting (4-5 years old)
- Addition and Subtraction (5-6 years old
- Complete the equation (6-7 years old)
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