LogicRoots Reinventing how kids practice Math
Not just BODMAS/PEMDAS. There is a lot more to Math Builder – The equations math game
Math Builder is a math board game for students of grade 3 and up. It is designed to get them 7 times more math practice than classroom. Here you will find all the resources to help you boost fun and math practice even more...
Arithmetic Board Game - Math Builder. 7 times more math practice
Watch the Math Builder at work here…
Here is a how-to-play video for Math Builder. Of course, the rule book has more information and tips,but we feel this video would be great to get you started...
All the rules – Right at your fingertips
Thanks to your feedback, Math Builder is getting better day by day. Updated rulebook, interesting variations, you can find it all here…
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.
With Math Builder you get 7 times more practice of 7 core math skills
For Math Builder, the practice jump is 7 times. And a child will get exposed to the following skills with each game play.
Arithmetic
Addition
Subtraction
Multiplication
Division
BODMAS
Equation Balancing
To get the best out of Math Builder, 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 Math Builder, students get 7 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.
Turn math practice into a fun family ritual
Explore Math Builder 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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Open tiles for more collaborative game play
Unlike the usual tile games, Math Builder does not comes with any tile stands. In this math game, we want the players to keep their tiles open to each other. This induces a more collaborative game session. When it comes to young learners, competition is good, but collaboration is even better. Through a collaborative game play, they share not only their math skills, but also so many useful life skills.
And here are some colorful printable arithmetic worksheets that you can download for free
We are sharing few Math Builder free arithmetic 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.
SG.

as reviewed on flipkart.com

My son, now 11, loves to play it and challenges me all the time on this. He started off making some simple equations but now, over time, I can see a distinct improvement in his ability to recognize numbers and build complex equations.
Sneha

as reviewed on flipkart.com

Initially it appeared that this is too difficult but we were able to push ourselves and form more and more complex equations. It was amazing to see the mathematical power of our minds. I am all for this one and want kids to spend hours with this.
Maddy

as reviewed on flipkart.com

We loved to play this game. I ordered it for cousin, but its so cool, that most of the time I play with my wife, and brother. Loved the game and the kind of simulation it provide to mind.
Here are more resources to help you get even more math and logic practice
We have shared some math tricks, DIY activities, creative classroom games and many other resources. Use them and help the kids find even more joy with math practice.
This edition of Math DIY is something that will really interest our beloved math teachers out there. Today we bring to you a math activity that will be simply superb to conduct during classroom sessions. When kids get bored of reciting those times tables or doing addition and subtraction over and over, switch to this activity and see those frowns turn upside down.
Most kids struggle with the problem of remembering math formulas. It is often easy dealing with a single formula, but bring them all together and they wreak havoc in a kid’s brain. So, today we give you tricks to remember math formulas with a hope that they would help kids deal with the problem.
What makes word problems tough is the process of translating the sentences into numerical. The actual math involved is often fairly simple. But figuring out the actual equation is what kids really struggle with. What follows is a list of steps and hints, to assist you in solving word problems.
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