What Makes Storytelling So Effective For Learning Math?

“It was a bright sunny day when Zoro and Zibi were picking beans for dinner. Zoro started picking one bean after the other and passed them to Zibi. One, two, three, four… Zibi counted the beans. Zoro asked her,” How many do we have?”, She said, “Eleven”, Zoro decided to pick 2 more. Now he… Read more »

Math Game Testing Session#5-Working Title(Magnetic Puzzle)

Math Game Testing Session#5-Working Title(Magnetic Puzzle)   Location: Bhandup, Mumbai Date: 12th March’19 Time: 6.15 pm to 7.35 pm   Objective: 1. To test how creative kids get when it comes to making elements from just circles. 2. To test how well a kid can imagine and make elements without using any reference. 3. To… Read more »

Math Game Testing Session#5- Working Title (Alien Attack)

Math Game Testing Session#5- Working Title (Alien Attack)   Location: Bhandup, Mumbai Date: 12th March’19 Time: 6.15 pm to 7.35 pm   Objective: 1. To test if the kids can play the gameplay we had decided. 2. To test our newly designed board as received by the designer on 11th March’19   Game Components: Battlefield… Read more »

Tillywig Brain Child Award Winner 2019 | LOGIC ROOTS’ GAMES

This year, Tillywig Toy & Media Awards awarded its prestigious Brain Toy Award to two Logic Roots’ games. The Brain Child award is for exciting products that nurture your child’s intellectual or emotional development. Multiplication game Monster Sock Factory and Division game Pet Me were the proud winners of the Brain Toy award. Introduction to… Read more »

Introducing Number to Kindergarten: A Guide to Parents & Number Activities

Math in Kindergarten In kindergarten math, children learn the names of numbers and how to count them in order. They begin to become familiar with numbers 11-19 to gain a foundation for place value. They begin to identify shapes, compare measurable attributes, they start to learn the concepts of addition and subtraction, respectively, as “putting… Read more »

14 Best Educational Alexa Skills

One of the newest trends that are getting a lot of attention lately involves controlling devices with our voices. Amazon is providing a host of skills to their personal intelligent assistant Alexa. Alexa runs on Amazon’s Echo, Dot, and other devices. I know a few people who have bought echo or received it as a gift…. Read more »

How can parents help their kids to overcome the fear of math?

Introduction Fear of math. Does it sound familiar! If you have experienced math anxiety, you are not alone. A Times of India article published, citing the report, stated: ‘56 percent of students in Class VIII couldn’t divide a 3-digit number with a single-digit one; 72 percent students in Class V couldn’t do division at all… Read more »

Best Board games for 10 Year Old Girls and Boys

There are a lot of times when you are looking for something to bond over, to make something creative. You may also ask me to have this activity be cell phone free and with zero screen time. If you had come to me with this criterion a year ago, I would have struggled a bit…. Read more »

Two Logic Roots’ games win the Family Choice Awards 2019

Two of our highly appreciated and loved games were awarded the prestigious Family Choice Award. Division game, PET ME and Addition game, OCEAN RAIDERS won the FAMILY CHOICE AWARD. Family Choice Awards recognizes the best products, services, and resources for all the members of a family. Their award focuses on the best “all-rounded” products that… Read more »

Best toys for 5 year old boys and girls

It is the fun age when they leave behind the young toddler years and step into the “big kid” world of kindergarten. At this age, they are typically eager to learn and explore. They try their interest in a wide range of things. They may want to go out and play with their buddies at… Read more »

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  • Brainteaser – The Cricket Math Puzzle

    The first Monday of 2016, we brought to you an exciting cricket math puzzle. Many have wracked their brains over it. But don’t boggle your heads anymore. Read ahead to find the solution. The Math Puzzle   The puzzle asks, under ideal conditions, with no extras like no balls, wides etc., what is the maximum… Read more »

  • 4 Things Math Books Do To Your Child

    Making math a fun subject is quite a struggle for many parents, homeschoolers and teachers. Math is a subject that kids hardly look forward to. Reasons for this are innumerable, but there are few solutions. One of which is math books for kids. No, not the text books but math stories. Stories are loved by… Read more »

  • Tango20 – A Strategic Math Card Game

    This time, we have something really exciting for you. Today we give to you Tango20 – a very interesting strategic math card game that can be played by both kids and adults. On the face of it, the game may seem very simple. But delve into the mechanics of the game and you will find… Read more »

  • Math Easter activities and printables for kids

    Bunny is my spirit animal. So, there is no shying away from accepting how much I enjoy celebrating Easter day with my family and friends. Isn’t it just beautiful how this is the festival of welcoming spring, meeting our loved ones, amazing food, Easter baskets and fun Easter activities? Download math Easter activities pack for… Read more »

  • Brainteaser – The Christmas Tree Puzzle

    Work you brains with this Christmas special brainteaser. The Puzzle In this brainteaser, place digits 1 to 9 on the Christmas stars in such a way that each side totals the same amount.  The Solution   You can verify this solution by adding the 4 numbers of one side and comparing it with the sum… Read more »

  • Dealing with the “mathematics learning disability” – Dyscalculia

      What is Dyscalculia? Dyscalculia is a brain disorder in which a person finds it hard to make sense of numbers and math concepts. Kids suffering from this are not able to grasp basic number concepts. They are not able to understand the logic behind math, which is the subject’s foundation. It is referred to… Read more »