Math Slam™

# Math Slam™

Item # 8476
Ages 5-9
\$39.99
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Read the question, jam to the beat, scan the possible answers, and slam the one that’s correct! Better move quickly, though, each game of 13 questions is timed—the faster you get through the questions, the better your score! Incorrect responses are recycled until they are correctly answered. Three levels, flashing lights, and fun sound effects keep players interested.

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Math Slam

The nitty-gritty
• Large, clear LCD for displaying questions
• Possible answers presented on bright, clear LED displays
• Fun, encouraging audio
• 4 levels
• Pass around play involves multiple students
• Timed action

5 different math games!
• Slam it Up - number order
• Sum Slam - addition
• Subtraction Slam - subtraction
• Mystery Number - algebraic addition
• Triple Slam - triple addition and subtraction
 Aligned to:   1.OA.3. Apply properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract. 1.OA.4.Understand subtraction as an unknown-addend problem. 1.OA.5. Relate counting to addition and subtraction (e.g., by counting on 2 to add 2). 1.OA.6. Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10. Use strategies such as counting on; making ten; decomposing a number leading to a ten; using the relationship between addition and subtraction; and creating equivalent but easier or known sums. 1.OA.8. Determine the unknown whole number in an addition or subtraction equation relating three whole numbers. 1.NBT.1. Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral. 2.OA.2. Fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies.2 By end of Grade 2, know from memory all sums of two one-digit numbers. 2.NBT.5. Fluently add and subtract within 100 using strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction. 2.NBT.7. Add and subtract within 1000, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method. Understand that in adding or subtracting three-digit numbers, one adds or subtracts hundreds and hundreds, tens and tens, ones and ones; and sometimes it is necessary to compose or decompose tens or hundreds. 2.NBT.8. Mentally add 10 or 100 to a given number 100–900, and mentally subtract 10 or 100 from a given number 100–900. 3.NBT.2. Fluently add and subtract within 1000 using strategies and algorithms based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.

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Educational InsightsMath Slam™

4.6

(based on 12 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

• 5 Stars

(10)

• 4 Stars

(1)

• 3 Stars

(0)

• 2 Stars

(0)

• 1 Stars

(1)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

• Educational (10)
• Engaging (9)
• Interactive (9)
• Lots of fun (8)
• Durable (7)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

• Indoor (8)
• Young children (6)
• Entertainment (5)
• Older children (5)
• Travel (5)
• Reviewer Profile:
• Education oriented (7), Parent of two or more children (6), Stay at home parent (4)
• Was this a gift?:
• No (8)

Most Liked Positive Review

Great for strengthening math!

I was given this product to review and we love Math Slam! My husband will be bringing it to his 2nd grade classroom next week, but at home our 4 year old son can...Read complete review

I was given this product to review and we love Math Slam! My husband will be bringing it to his 2nd grade classroom next week, but at home our 4 year old son can do simple addition so he can play the Sum Slam level on this game. It really makes him think, and since the game is timed he is always wanting to get a better score. A positive feature is that the incorrect problems are recycled and asked again so the child has to learn the right answer- not just guess. We as parents love that there is a place for headphones so my son can use it in the car. The level and game options really span quite a range of ages. If you are looking to reinforce math in a fun way I recommend this product!

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Most Liked Negative Review

Got one with poor craftsmanship and game-killing bugs.

Put the batteries in and my 7-year-old started playing. Within the first couple problems it became apparent that the largest of the answer buttons was difficult to press, taking multiple tries at several...Read complete review

Put the batteries in and my 7-year-old started playing. Within the first couple problems it became apparent that the largest of the answer buttons was difficult to press, taking multiple tries at several angles before taking the answer. Then the wrong answers started popping up. Sometimes it gave the sound for a wrong answer when it was correct, and at the end it still said all of them had been correct. Occasionally it didn't show the correct answer at all, which usually turned out to be a problem in displaying the correct answer with the digits transposed (e.g., you could press "21" when the correct answer was "12", and it would make the sound for a correct answer. Put it back in the box and testing the "satisfaction guaranteed" part now.

Reviewed by 12 customers

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5.0

Great for addition and subtraction review

By BeckyatGUNT

from Fairmount GA

About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent

Pros

• Durable
• Educational
• Engaging
• Interactive
• Lots of Fun

Cons

• Wish it had a backlight

Best Uses

• Indoor
• Travel
• Young Children

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

This is my almost 6 year old daughter's new favorite toy! She loves addition and subtraction facts and this is awesome for her to do on her own to review. I wish there was a backlight to use it in the dark on a car ride or as she's curled up in bed at night. But she can seriously sit with this for at least an hour. She really enjoys it. As a homeschooling mom, I love that she thinks math is fun!

We received a free set of Math Slam in exchange for my honest opinion about it.

• Was this a gift?:
• No

5.0

Great Learning Game

By Allie's Mom

from VA

About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children

Pros

• Educational
• Interactive
• Lots of Fun

Cons

Best Uses

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

We received the Math Slam game for review. I was totally impressed with this game. My 7 year old daughter does not like flash cards- even the Hot Dots type lose their appeal for her very quickly. This game is so much cooler than flash cards. It makes a fun game with several options for play out of learning math facts. You can also go up in difficulty, so it will last for a few years of learning. I love that it cycles the questions back through again when they get the answers wrong- this gives them the opportunity to really learn it. It is fun for my daughter to try to beat her time from before when she plays another round. she does not play this every day- but fairly often. She is definitely more excited to practice math with this game than any other way I had tried so far.

5.0

Educational Insights Made a Slam Dunk with Math Slam!

By Weaverj501

from North Little Rock, Arkansas

About Me Education Oriented, First Time Parent, Working Parent

Pros

• Durable
• Educational
• Engaging
• Interactive
• Lots of Fun

Cons

Best Uses

• Entertainment
• Indoor
• Older Children
• Travel
• Young Children

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

Math Slam is a hit at our house and in my classroom! My daughter (age 5) is enjoying practicing her addition and subtraction fluency using this fun, game. Math Slam allows you to select to practice addition or subtraction at various levels. You can indicate by pressing a button which level you would like to play on. The thing I like most about this product is that during the game, any questions you miss return back to the screen to have more than one opportunity to solve. My students love this product as well and it is perfect for our math center. This would be great for any kid age 5+ who is ready for addition and subtraction.

• Was this a gift?:
• No

5.0

Slamming AWESOME addtion practice

By Ms. A.

from Jefferson City, MO

About Me Education Oriented

Pros

• Educational
• Engaging
• Interactive

Cons

Best Uses

• Indoor
• Special Needs
• Young Children

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

I used this product with my students who were more advanced in the mathematical concepts of addition. They seemed to like it. It kind of reminded me of the old SIMON game with a twist for today. It would be best used in small groups or one-on-one in the classroom. I would recommend for later in the year Kindergarten and above.

• Was this a gift?:
• No

5.0

Learning while having fun = Win

By mmachiro

from Lake Zurich, IL

About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children

Pros

• Educational
• Engaging
• Interactive
• Lots of Fun

Cons

Best Uses

• Entertainment

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

Learning while having fun is key. This game keeps my kids engaged and competitive.

• Was this a gift?:
• No

5.0

Great math fun!

By Amy the OT

from Charleston, SC

Pros

• Durable
• Educational
• Engaging

Cons

Best Uses

• Indoor
• Older Children
• Travel

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

This is a great interactive product to reinforce math skills. My daughter is entering 6th grade and this provides challenging and varying activities to help review math facts in a fun and engaging manner.

• Was this a gift?:
• No

5.0

LOVE THIS!!!!

By Ashley

from Indiana

About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent

Pros

• Durable
• Educational
• Engaging
• Interactive
• Lots of Fun

Cons

Best Uses

• Entertainment
• Indoor
• Older Children
• Special Needs
• Travel
• Young Children

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

My daughter loves this thing! she will wake up in the morning and play it! excited to use the multiplication slam when she is old enough!

• Was this a gift?:
• Yes

5.0

Math is Fun!

By kindercards

from Dell Rapids, SD

About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children

Pros

• Durable
• Educational
• Engaging
• Interactive
• Lots of Fun

Cons

Best Uses

• Entertainment
• Indoor
• Older Children

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

I received this item for my daughter who is 12. She loved the item and even said this makes math fun! If you click on the addition you add numbers and the subtract button is for subtraction. There is no multiplication or division on this game. If you click on the three exclamation points, you will add three numbers together. This increased the level of complexity. If you click on the question mark, it provides an addition problem with a missing addend. The arrow button allows you to put numbers in order from least to greatest. Overall, a great product!

• Was this a gift?:
• No

4.0

Fun and Educational

By SueB

from Illinois

Pros

Cons

• Noisy

Best Uses

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

Educational insights Math Slam is a fun and educational toy. My 6 y/o daughter enjoyed playing with it and found it easy to understand. Math Slam contains various games that involve addition, subtraction, and number ordering. The sounds and colors are bright and cheery.

1.0

Got one with poor craftsmanship and game-killing bugs.

By KwiknDirty

from Anchorage, AK

Comments about Educational Insights Math Slam™:

Put the batteries in and my 7-year-old started playing. Within the first couple problems it became apparent that the largest of the answer buttons was difficult to press, taking multiple tries at several angles before taking the answer. Then the wrong answers started popping up. Sometimes it gave the sound for a wrong answer when it was correct, and at the end it still said all of them had been correct. Occasionally it didn't show the correct answer at all, which usually turned out to be a problem in displaying the correct answer with the digits transposed (e.g., you could press "21" when the correct answer was "12", and it would make the sound for a correct answer. Put it back in the box and testing the "satisfaction guaranteed" part now.

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