Tiny Polka Dot

Tiny Polka Dot

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Our price: $14.95

Ages: 3-8+

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Product Code: 161-161

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Tiny Polka Dot
Develop number fluency in children as young as three with Tiny Polka Dot. What a playful way to develop number sense and basic arithmetic skills in very young children!

Customizable and Made to Last
Mathematically rich and relevant, Tiny Polka Dot is a collection of games for three- to eight-year-olds, packed into one colorful card deck. The cards are an ideal size for tiny hands, and thick enough that they don’t accidentally crease. The variety of mathematical games that you can play with the Tiny Polka Dot deck allows you to customize the game for each child.

Just a Few of the Options
For the beginners, Hungry Numbers is perfect. The purple numbers will only eat cards with the same number of dots as their value. Older children play Polka Dot Tens, looking for pairs among face-up cards, of numbers that add up to ten.

Watch Your Child Fall in Love with Numbers
A Guide For Grown-ups, included with each set of cards, will show you how. Whether he is just learning how to count, or working on memorizing addition and subtraction facts, Tiny Polka Dot will help your child to develop competence and a love of numbers. Made in the USA, Tiny Polka Dot is the winner of the "Brain Child" award from Tilliwig Toy. Included are 66 Tiny Polka Dot Cards in six suits, instructions for 12 Tiny Polka Dot games, and a Guide for Grown-ups.

From the Manufacturer:
Tiny Polka Dot is the playful way for children ages 3 – 8 and up to fall in love with numbers. With eye-catching, colorful cards and 16 easy-to-learn games, Tiny Polka Dot is built to grow with your child, teaching critical skills in counting, arithmetic, and logic along the way.

Features
Includes:
  • 66 Tiny Polka Dot Cards in six suits
  • Instructions for 12 Tiny Polka Dot Games
  • Guide for Grownups

  • Download PDF of Game Instructions

    Manufacturer: Math for Love
    Age Recommendation: 3-8+
    Faith-Based: No


    2017 Product of the Year - Creative Child Magazine, Creative Child Awards
    2017 Game of the Year Parents' Choice Gold Award - Creative Child Magazine, Creative Child Awards
    2014 National Parenting Publications Gold Award Winner
    Academics' Choice Brain Toy Award Winner
    Tillywig Toy Awards Brain Child Award Winner
    Dr. Toy's 100 Best Winner
    Parents Choice Silver Honor
    The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval






    Customer Reviews

    Based on 58 reviews
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    Elysa E.
    Excellent

    My son loves matching up the cards in different ways as a three year old. This is definitely a game he can continue to grow into.

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    Rachel H.
    Great Games

    This game makes counting fun! It also does a great job of showing numbers in a variety of ways. I also loved that there were several different games that you can play, with ages listed. I played these games with both my 4yo and 6yo and I look forward to playing the games as they get older too.

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    Ashley D.
    Lots of games in one tiny box!

    Tiny Polka Dot was a good choice for my Kindy. There's a lot of different ways to play based on the child's current skill level and which skill is being taught. I especially love how so many challenges come in one tiny box, so it doesn't take up a ton of real estate on the homeschool shelf.

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    Rosella H.
    Great learning tool

    This is a fun way to learn numbers. It includes beginner to more advanced skill levels so can be played across multiple age groups. It doubles as a fun family game!

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    P.G.
    Good

    This is a great activity. Because of the level of my children, we have not gotten to the higher numbers yet, but it is a great way to practice numbers. It is quick. However, I wouldn't say it is a favorite, it is not bad, there are so many great things in the kit though, that this just isn't the #1 activity.