Jump 1

Jump 1

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Ages: 4+

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Product Code: 020-025

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Jump 1
Show your young mathematician that they can enjoy solving equations with Jump 1! Featuring two essential math skills, addition and subtraction, Jump 1 is a simple but engaging math game, ideal for young players. The concept is easy to grasp; your children will need to find numeric cards that are one more or one less than the previously played card.

Cards are flying in this lively number game, but watch out for the frog cards, which can be any number the player chooses, adding additional strategy to this math game. Your child will be asking to play one more round again and again with Jump 1. And you just might be surprised at how quickly your child can learn these critical math skills while they're focused on winning the game!

From the Manufacturer:
Do you have number that's 1 more or 1 less than the top card? Then give it away! Cards are always changing in this lively number-adding game. Frog cards jump to a new number and the action begins again.

Two games in one! The Cool and Clever version uses strategy and addition. Fast and Furious uses timing, luck and addition skills.

Contents: 66 cards and rules. Playing time: 15 minutes. Ages: 4+. Players: 2-4
Manufacturer: Melon Rind
Manufacturer's Age Recommendation: 4+
Number of Players: 2-4
Number of Cards: 66
Playing Time: 15 minutes
Faith-based: No

Customer Reviews

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Great for number lines

This game helps kids move up and down the number line. It enforces an essential skill for learning basic addition and subtraction. My 6 year old does not enjoy math but game trick him into learning the skills necessary to then master the age appropriate content. We had no more issues with subtraction after doing this game to build number line sense. We also bought a premade number line to show moving up and down it. I just wish the game had MORE cards. The game just seems to go too quickly. If you have a larger family, you may need multiple decks.