I don’t know about you guys, but I’m always on the hunt for creative and fun math resources. Our family loves to play games, and so it will come as no surprise that we have a bunch of favorite math games!
Today, I’m sharing a new math game for preschoolers. This is the perfect game for little gamers… and I wish it had been around when my littles were younger!
Spin-A-Roo: A Fast-Paced Counting and Sorting Game!
*Disclosure: I received Spin-A-Roo at no cost in exchange for a review. I was not required to write a positive review and, as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I only share resources that I would use with my own family and those that I believe other families will enjoy.
Encourage a love of math & foster STEM skills with Spin-A-Roo
Spin-a-Roo is a fast-paced counting and sorting game for children ages 4 and up. Spin-a-Roo offers young learners two ways to play: by sorting numbers and colors, or by counting up and down from one to ten.
To play Spin-A-Roo, players take turns cranking the spinner to dispense tokens and then all players rush to collect the most tokens.
Spin-a-Roo reinforces early math skills in addition to critical STEM skills. Young players will delight in this hands-on fun while parents can smile knowing their kiddos are learning important skills!
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