Last year we had the opportunity to review Pyramath cards from I See Cards. This year we jumped at the chance to give their Fractazmic game a try. We have another enjoyable math card game that makes learning fun!
Fractazmic is a card game that can be played by 2-4 children 1st – 8th grades. The wide age range makes it a card game the whole family can play together. Game play covers numbers, fractions and measurement. The concept is simple; players work at gathering a set of cards that make one whole. There are three different colored cards: Sixteenth/red, twelfths/blue and tenths/green.
At first glance, I was doubtful that my youngest could effectively play. However, the Fractazmic cards have clear, colorful pictures that allow even the youngest player to “count” up to a whole.
Not only is Fractazmic a great, fun learning game, it has a great price! You can purchase Fractazmic for only $6.95. This provides you with a deck of 60 cards, clearly numbered with reinforcing graphics of the fraction represented.
Other Crew members played Fractazmic as well; please stop by and see what others had to say!
**Disclaimer – As a member of TOS Review Crew, I received a complimentary copy of this product for review. No compensation was made.