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## Math Game

A math game is a fabulous way of getting your child acquainted with the intricacies of mathematics. After playing one particular game of math, your child tends to become more confident and this enables him to develop more advanced and better mathematical plans of action. A math game helps a child become more skilled to take up challenging mathematical activities and each time he plays, he becomes a better player.

A math game is designed in such a way that it becomes easier for a child to work on several math skills and aptitudes. The child gradually learns to work with addition, multiplication or fractions.

However, the math games should have simple and few rules. An unnecessary host of rules in a math game can make the child feel bore and unenthusiastic. In scrabble mathematical game, your child has to form words by making use of the highest possible value. However, the main object or core rules of a game of math should be relatively uncomplicated.

Tic-tac-toe is another popular math game. The game is so simple that it loved by kids and infants. In a game of math, there should always be that element of chance. It is true that each player comes with a different degree of ability and has the aspiration of being a winner.

When you make the children play a math game within a class, it really gives them a solid practice of the subject. In a game of math apart from learning several mathematical skills students also come to learn how to socialize well within the group. They learn how to share, communicate and interact with others. However, in the process of the game whatever the child comes to learn are sure to last for a lifetime.

Stair math game

In this particular math game, to make your child perform better, you can place a card over each step, which usually leads to the hall or another room. The cards are placed every foot or two. After this, you can give your child a particular timing and start your stopwatch while uttering the word ‘go’. The child will try to run up the stairs as quickly as possible while loudly shouting out the answers. In this way, the child runs up to his room and gladly jumps into his bed with great satisfaction.

Flash card toss

This is a sort of a mathematical game, where you take a flash card and fling it in the air for your child. Make your child run after the card, pick the card up, solve the mathematical problem and run back to you.

A math game is a great fun for kids and once they get into the knack of the game, they start developing effective mathematical skills.