The funnest way to learn math. (Week 7)

Foam tiles with simple math equations.


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Our idea is the best one because it will help young children learn simple math equations. Since they will be made out of foam the children won't get hurt when they are using them, so they can be used by any age groups. This is simple because the equations are basic math skill that you will need to learn.

Playing with the foam tiles is effortless because you just have to attach the pieces together. This is a private game because you only need one person to attach them together. The pieces are made so they only attach with one specific piece. If the children don’t know the answer they will just have to look for the piece that will attach with it.

Materials and methods

Materials: foam

Process: cut foam into puzzle pieces, put equations on puzzle pieces, and package pieces (there could be more steps but this is our idea of how to make it).



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