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Logic Roots Big Catch Division Game with Remainder - Fun Math Board Game for 9 - 12 Year Olds, Educational STEM Toy for Kids at Home, Advanced Learning Gift for Girls & Boys, Grade 4 and Up

EAN : 8908007719142 Amazon ASIN : B01LYL562H
  • HAVE FUN WITH DIVISION: Big Catch is an adventurous math board game. Kids help fishermen reach home by catching fish while venturing out in the sea. In this super fun game, they develop advanced division skills starting with 2 digits numbers with remainders.
  • MULTIPLE SKILL LEVELS AND 8X MORE PRACTICE: It has a host of engaging levels with math integrated in each step. Perfect for kids between the ages of 9 to 12 (grade 4 and up) and aligned with elementary school education. Beginners level and adaptable rules make it suitable for younger players too.
  • EASY TO START AND PLAY ALONG: The instructions are super easy to learn and kids can get started in a jiffy. Players must make use of a variety of cards to win the mind game. This indoor table-top game is a great way to bond over mental math and build social skills through interactive gameplay.
  • AWARD WINNING,HIGH QUALITY STEM TOY: It has won several awards for its effectiveness in math learning. Enjoy it at your next family game night, kids party or as part of classroom or home school learning activities. It helps boost memory and improve concentration, which are critical to stem building activities.
  • PERFECT GIFT FOR AGES 9 AND UP: This popular brain game makes for a unique Christmas present for boys and girls. Logic Roots aims to encourage fun learning while exploring core math concepts. Each fine grade component in the box is designed for superb durability so children can enjoy it over time.
Understand the game faster. Watch this video
Here is a how-to-play video for Big Catch. Of course, the rule book has more information and tips,but we feel this video would be great to get you started…
Nothing beats the rule book when it comes to details
Find here the most up-to-date rules and game play for Big Catch. We keep updating this rule book from time to time based on the teacher feedback and our user tests. Download the latest version here for free...
With Big Catch, you get 8 times more practice of division skills
For Big Catch, the practice jump is 8 times. And a child will get exposed to the following skills with each game play.
Division with 1-digit numbers
Division with/without remainders
Division as repeated subtraction
Turn math practice into a fun family ritual
Explore Big Catch and other math games with your child. Get the latest Logic Roots math games for your child and turn math practice into a game instead of 'sums'.
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To get the best out of Big Catch, play more
We believe that to master a skill, we need repeat practice. Gamification is the best to generate repeat practice for kids and adults. With each game session of Big Catch, students get 8 times more practice. The more you play, the better you get. So, get set and play.
if we enjoy doing something, we do it more!
As we do something more, we get better at it.
As we get better at doing something we enjoy doing it.
Easy understanding of Remainder concept in division
The Big Catch division game is an advanced level division game for elementary kids. The story of the game is designed so that it automatically entwines the concept of remainders. The gameplay make the players feel rewarded when they earn the remainders - an easy way to make the kids understand the remainder concept.
And here are some colorful printable division worksheets that you can download for free
We are sharing few Big Catch free division worksheets. These are not computer generated math problems but carefully designed math activities that bring out real life applications of math. We are sure your kids are going to love them.
It's the feedback from you that keeps us going
Here is what users have to say about this game. It helps us stay focused, motivated and on our toes to design better math games every time.

as reviewed on amazon.co.uk

If you're looking for a fun and subtle way to practice your child's division, you can't miss this game! It is so much fun and the kids never even realized they were learning. This is our second game we've gotten from Logic Roots. Their no-nonsense way of practicing the most important math skills is like none other.
Josy K. Adams

as reviewed on amazon.co.uk

If you're looking for a fun way to encourage your children to practice maths (without even realizing) then this game is ideal! We have been playing this game fairly regularly since the October half term, the children really enjoy it and there is a noticeable improvement in their maths.

as reviewed on amazon.com

Learning the concept of division has never been so easy. The story line of the game is simple. You have to distribute fish equally and keep the remainder fish with you. Great tool to make division just a game for kids and making them have fun too.
Here are more resources to help you get even more math and logic practice
We have shared some division tricks, DIY activities, creative classroom games and many other resources. Use them and help the kids find even more joy with math practice.
Math Trick – Dividing any number by 5, 25 and 125
If you’re anything like me, you don’t exactly love doing division. To be honest, not a lot of people do, and the kids? Well, when we are not so fond of divisions, could the kids really be that far behind? But what if I told you there is one trick that would solve most of your kid’s division issues in just 5 minutes. Don’t believe me?
2 Incredible Math Tricks For Fractions And Multiplication
We get it, math can be tough. With all the numbers, symbols and functions swirling around, anyone can get dizzy. This especially the case with young children, especially for grade 5 and above students, who are just taking their first steps in the world of complex mathematics.
Math Trick: How to find Square of 2-digit Numbers
Something, most of us get stumped at is finding the square of numbers. While we can remember square of 1-digit numbers easily and even certain 2-digit numbers like 10, 11, 12 and 13 due to repeat usage, but what to do about other numbers? We certainly cannot sit and memorize the square of all the other 2-digit numbers.
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