We have created a machine to help us memorise the multiplication tables. Do you dare to try it?
There are five cardboard gear cuts, ranked with numbers from one to five. The objective of the game is to move the chips from the lowest gear (I don't know the answer) to the highest gear (I know the answer). Through this game, you can learn the multiplication tables.
Every day the player will attempt to solve the chips in each section (on the first day, this will just be for gear one). Once completed, the chips can move up the ranks into the following gear. If the player doesn't get it correct, they can check the back of the card for the answer, try to memorise it and place it back in the first group (gear one). Thus, when the token has reached the fifth gear, it means that for five days in a row the player has correctly solved the multiplication. This is a consolidating learning game.
The pack includes the illustrated gears, chips and time tables from one to twelve.
A didactic game to help us memorize the times tables from one to twelve. An educational resource to master the tables like a mathematician!
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