Clumsy Thief Junior
If your kiddos are still using their fingers to add sums up to 10, then Clumsy Thief Junior is the game for them. Targeting mental math, Clumsy Thief Junior is an excellent way for children to get math practice without realizing it. The rules of Clumsy Thief Junior are easy to understand. A mischievous raccoon mixed up the family's food. Players claim cards by stacking food cards that have sums equaling 10. Claimed food can be snatched away by other players, and everyone plays simultaneously, so restless players never become bored. But watch out for that raccoon who can steal your stacks of produce. Only a trap card can stop him!
Clumsy Thief Junior cards are constantly switching hands, which ensures lots of opportunities to exercise good sportsmanship! Awards for Clumsy Thief Junior range from The Parents' Choice Foundation Award to the Tillywig Toy Awards, Academics' Choice Award, and many more.
Manufacturer's Age Recommendation: 5+
Number of Players: 2-4
review by Laura Noelle
”Learning to add numbers is a huge step in early education, and counting on fingers can become a habit. The good news is that games can help kids grasp mental math skills in a fun way!”Read the Review
review by Mombrite
”It’s a clever game that will get your kids to learn math addition facts while having a great time playing with family and friends.”Read the Review
review by Mommy Octopus
”Stop what you are doing and order this game right now if you have younger kids. We have had so much fun tonight with this card game! Clumsy Thief Junior was easy to learn and quick to play.”Read the Review
review by Hopkins Homeschool
”If you are looking for a fun way to keep your kids practicing their math facts without complaining, I highly recommend Clumsy Thief Junior from Timberdoodle.”Read the Review
review by Educational Roots
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review by Mom's Quest to Teach
”What a fun game to help our daughter practice adding numbers that make ten!”Read the Review
review by Mama Bean Az
”Clumsy Thief Junior will make a perfect addition to the games we can use during therapy. It has definitely been one of the top choices in the house lately.”Read the Review
review by Cosmic Montessori School
”I loved — most of all — even besides the addition fact practice, that the game is short. We played two rounds in under 15 mins.”Read the Review
review by Flanders Family Homelife
”Clumsy Thief, Jr. is a fast paced game and loads of fun to play.”Read the Review
review by Little Earthling
”The rules are easy to learn and you can be up and playing within 5 minutes. I recommend this game with no reservations.”Read the Review
review by Momz in the Know
”Any game that helps my kids practice math skills is a win in my books, and we'll definitely keep playing Clumsy Thief Junior.”Read the Review
review by Thanks Mommy
”Clumsy Thief Junior is a card game for kids that teaches them how to add two numbers to make 10 in a really fun way.”Read the Review
review by Homeschool Family Stuff
”After just one session of playing the game a few times, Alvin Jr. and Abigail were starting to be able to "see" the sum of ten!”Read the Review
review by The M Word
”Clumsy Thief Junior is hands down the best math game I have come across so far.”Read the Review
This one was a HIT. THANK YOU! My 5 year old took a bit to get use to it but loves it.
I recommend this game to everyone I know! We play at least 2-3 times a day and even my older kids (11 & 9) like to get in on the rounds. It is simple to understand and quick to play, which is a huge selling point for me. Simply deal the cards, lay down your matches, and start adding! I can't recommend this game highly enough. In fact, my kids have requested the other Clumsy Thief games for their birthdays.
This is a great game to help practice math facts through play!
We LOVE this game. My son wants to play it ALL the time!!
So fun! We like to play at/after dinner time! First time he beat the snot out of me. We laughed and laughed! Such a fun, fun game. Doesn't even realize he's learning!