Q-bitz is a magnificent visual agility game that will never lose its fascination. Players recreate the patterns with twenty pattern cards and sixteen cubes as quickly as possible.
From matching the card shown to having ten seconds to study a card and then remaking the pattern from memory, each variation of these fast-paced rounds requires a different set of visual and cerebral skills.
But Q-bitz does not have to be played as a game. The cards and cubes can also be a unique thinking skill challenge for children or adults. Brilliant!
Q-bitz Solo is the single-player version of the original Q-bitz. It includes twenty pattern cards, a wooden tray, a set of sixteen cubes, and instructions.
Version One: Pattern Matching
Version one asks players to use their set of cubes to match the pattern shown on the card.
Version Two: From Memory in 10 Seconds
In version two, players have 10 seconds to study a new card and then remake the pattern from memory. Ten seconds can be unbelievably difficult. Increase the time limit as needed to keep the level of challenge appropriate for the student.
20 Q-bitz cards
Travel-friendly tin box
Manufacturer's Information Manufacturer: MindWare Age Recommendation: 8+ Grade Recommendation: 3rd+ Faith-Based: No Consumable: No Number of Players: 1 Made in: China
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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review by So Every Day
”I guess technically I wouldn’t call Q-bitz a game, it’s really an educational tool. But it plays like a game and that makes it even better as an educational tool.”