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• Game description: outnumber is a number counting and matching game for kindergarten kids. It has numbers from 1 to 20. There are 3 cards in each number family corresponding to- numeral, number in words and number as count. Each card clearly displays a number, corresponding number word, written on it as words along with an intelligent picture evoking the image of the number. For eg. An octopus with 8 tentacles evokes the image of the number 8, a rainbow evokes the image of 7 and so on.
• Toddler early learning toys: kids will master early number skills like number recognition, sequencing, addition and writing numbers in words for numbers up to 20. Fun math manipulatives for elementary and kindergarten kids.
• Unique approach: each number in this number home has a unique personality which helps build recall of shapes and sequence of numbers. Associating characters is the most effective method to remember anything and this game does exactly the same- makes recalling numbers a cakewalk for kids.
• Simple game play: 4 amazingly simple and fun game plays within the game, one for each of the number skill that this game addresses. Effective number matching & recognition game.
• Visual appeal: the cards have a bright glossy finish on one side and a soft complementary colour on the other. This not just catches the attention of toddlers but ensures that the cards never leave their hands.
Understand the game faster. Watch this video
Here is a how-to-play video for OutNumber. Of course, the rule book has more information and tips,but we feel this video would be great to get you started…
Understand the game faster. Watch this video
Here is a how-to-play video of Outnumber game: COUNT MATCH. Of course, the rulebook has more information and tips, but we feel this video would be great to get you started…
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Here is a how-to-play video for Outnumber game: YOUNG WHALE. Of course, the rulebook 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 Outnumber. 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....
Teachers, we know that teaching a big group is not easy
Our games are extensively used by teachers in their classrooms. We talk with you and understand the difficulties you face. From forming the right type of groups, helping 20 kids understand the game rules at the same time, to making sure they put it all back properly. It’s all documented in our helpful teacher guide. You can download it for free.
Turn math practice into a fun family ritual
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With Outnumber, you get 6 times more practice of numbers skills
For Outnumber, the practice jump is 6 times. And a child will get exposed to the following skills with each game play.
Numbers
Recognition of number shapes
English and Hindi numerals
Counting
Sequencing and comparison
Number in words
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 Outnumber, students get 6 times more practice. The more you play, the better you get. So, get set and play.
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Remember the story and they will remember the number
Outnumber is a unique card game, where we have given each number a character and a story. Kids are always better at recalling stories and therefore we have connected each number to a story. This is especially done to encourage better memorization and recognition.
We are sharing few Outnumber free number 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.
Yankee

as reviewed on amazon.in

The creativity of the cards are very good. The numbers are designed so well that my 2.5 years old kid is learning number recognition. Each number has a character recall. He loved playing and tearing this cards.
Tn1179

as reviewed on amazon.co.uk

The card game arrived complete with instructions packaged in a house-shaped box which I thought was a really fun presentation. It also makes a nice storage solution when the cards are not in use and looks a bit more interesting than just a box.
Elizabeth Smith Dane

as reviewed on amazon.co.uk

Great little game. To be honest I thought it would be easy for my daughter, but actually she isn't used to seeing numbers written down in letter form. Lovely seeing her confidence rise while playing this game.
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