Mobi Max Game - Timberdoodle Exclusive

Mobi Max Game - Timberdoodle Exclusive

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Ages: 7+

Grades: 2nd+

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Product Code: 751-752

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Timberdoodle's Review
Mobi Max
Timberdoodle Exclusive Mobi Max is Mobi Math, but is a better set for younger players because it comes with extra addition/subtraction tiles. One challenge our review team observed is that when the standard Mobi Math is played by several novice mathematicians, the addition/subtraction tiles will run out before the end of the game, leaving only the multiplication/division operations tiles that younger players may not know how to incorporate into their equations. Enter Mobi Max. The extra addition/subtraction tiles provided in this Timberdoodle-exclusive set make it possible to play with an even larger proportion of younger players.

About Mobi Math
Multiply your child’s math calculation speed while adding fun to his day with Mobi. This fast-paced number tile game transforms necessary math drill from tedious to exciting. Mobi’s crossword-style game is made up of sturdy aqua number tiles and white double-sided operations tiles. Use them to make simple math equations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. But make them fast because the first one to use all their blue tiles and yell “Mobi” wins.

Begin by separating the colors into two piles with the number tiles face down. Draw seven number tiles. Operation tiles are taken as needed and you can use either side of the tile. Then, as fast as possible, create a “pod” of math equations to use up your number tiles. As you play you will be adding more number tiles to your pile until all tiles from the pool are gone. To integrate newly drawn tiles you will often need to rearrange existing tiles, so your pod is always shifting. The first player who completes his pod wins. There are many ways to play Mobi, like using only the addition and subtraction tiles for younger children, or even a variation to make the game more of a challenge for math buffs. Our review team also enjoyed the Chill Mobi variation, where all the number tiles are divided evenly among the players at the start of the game.

Mobi is a delightful tile game that will make your children want to review basic math facts. Perfect for on-the-go families, all you need to play is Mobi and a flat surface. Mobi Max includes over 180 acrylic plastic tiles in a cute whale-shaped storage pouch for 1 to 6 players. Please note, the Mobi Max uses generic Mobi packaging that does not reflect the count on the Timberdoodle exclusive 180+ piece set.

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Product Features
Manufacturer: Mobi
Made in: China
Pieces: 180+ tiles
Players: 1-6
Faith-Based: No

CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Customer Reviews

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C.W.
Mobi Max

The concept is very fun, but the same grade level Math and math Wrap-Ups only cover multiplication, and this activity has division. It would make more sense to have continuity.

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A.
Mobi Max

My children, 8 and 6, enjoyed playing this game together.

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C.C.
Mobi Max

This is a cute way to learn, but man is it time consuming! You will need to set aside quite a bit of time to complete this game with your child! Other than that, it's a great competition style game where you're both honestly trying to do your best and figure it out!

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J.
Mobi Max

Love this!! first year of homeschooling my 4 daughters and things like this make learning so much fun, they all think its just a game when they're actually learning

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S.o.D.M.
Mobi Max

We have both the kids and the regular one. We love them both my children are mathaholics and I just love the Scrabble like way of playing. They're also something you can use in other ways. For example my daughter is 3, and does not write very well but she can add very well so she uses these to do workbook problems.


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