Math Games with Bad Drawings: The Ultimate Game Collection (Kit)
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A party in a box! Based on Ben Orlin's Math Games with Bad Drawings, this all-in-one game kit contains 34 simple, challenging, meaningful math games to be played anytime, anywhere.
Whether alone or as the perfect companion to Math Games with Bad Drawings, the Ultimate Game Collection is a treasure trove of fun that will appeal to the idly curious, the puzzle-passionate, students, teachers, and everyone else from ages 10 to 110. Inside this box you'll find 34 diverting and thought-provoking games that can be played using just the provided materials. It's the ultimate grab-and-go collection.
The Ultimate Game Collection includes:
8 customized wipe-off game boards
4 different color pens
11 playing pieces
A book of illustrated rules and instructions for 34 super-fun games including:
Amazons • Ascenders • Banker • Black Hole • Bullseyes and Close Calls • Cats and Dogs • Connector • Crossed • Domineering • Dots and Boxes • Dots and Triangles • Hold That Line • The Know-Nothing Trivia Game • Mediocrity • Nazareno • Neutron • Number Boxes •101 and You’re Done • Order and Chaos • Pferdeäppel • Pig • Prophecies • Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock • Row Call • Sequencium • Sim • Splatter • Sprouts • Square Polyp • Teeko • 33 to 99 • The 24 Game • Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe • and Undercut
About the Author
Ben Orlin is the author of Math with Bad Drawings (as well as the blog of the same name) and Change Is the Only Constant. His writing on math and education has appeared in The Atlantic, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, Slate, Vox, and Popular Science. He has taught middle and high school mathematics and has spoken about math and education at colleges and universities across the United States. He lives with his wife and his frankly adorable daughter in St. Paul, Minnesota.