The wait is over. SUM OF WHICH is 100 arrived earlier today. This tile pack joins SUM OF WHICH is TEN, SUM OF WHICH is TWENTY, SUM OF WHICH is ONE (Measurement Fractions) and SUM OF WHICH Integers. I know many were waiting for this arrival and hoping to see it early in the fall.
So to help those who have not yet purchased the SUM OF WHICH Sr game board, I have created Bundles to make easier to purchase the multiple tile packs for your classroom. Of course, the tile packs can still be purchased separately as well.
Finally, I have a Kickstarter Campaign presently running. You can get some great deals on the Kickstarter. Take a look and make a pledge. If I am able to get the pledges needed, we could have the App much sooner than planned. CLICK here.
These sure are exciting days! I look forward to continuing to provide you with a quality game!
Last week I was so lucky. I was able to spend 2 days with teachers in Pennsylvania! I attended the PCTM 2017 conference and shared SUM OF WHICH with the teachers. We also spent some time playing SO YOU THINK YOU CAN ADD, IT's IMPOSSIBLE ADDITION, and ODDS OR EVENS. Everyone seemed to enjoy all the games and I know I enjoyed sharing. Pennsylvania sure has a great bunch of teachers!
You may have noticed a game named above that was unfamiliar to you; ODDS OR EVENS. That's because just 10 days ago that game was created. AND....I did not create it, my 8 year old granddaughter, Brynn created this game!! Impressive, huh?
The best thing is, you can play this game with the tiles from any SUM OF WHICH set. If you have the game and I missed you when sending out the update, please let me know and I will send you the directions. It’s a great game for practicing composing odd or even numbers. It was wonderful to see Brynn discover a “short cut” after playing just a few times. What a great way to get a child exploring number theory.
Presently, SUM OF WHICH is 100 is heading to press. It should be available by the end of this month. Stay tuned.
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I have been an educator for more than 20 years. I firmly believe that students must UNDERSTAND, not memorize.