Have you read Christina Tondevold's recent post? She named her favorite mathy games and SUM OF WHICH was her number one pick. She says, "There’s so much thinking involved with Sum of Which. It goes beyond just the roll the dice or spin and skip that many spaces on the game board. Sum of Which has so many parts involved and it’s very cool." Christina is so right. SUM OF WHICH can really make you think! She goes on to say, "... there’s some strategy involved because you can decide where you’re going to place them and which ones you’re going to use to get the most points." The strategy element in the game really differentiates the game for players. The stronger students are challenged and the struggling students are successful as well.
Check out SUM OF WHICH now at didax.com It is available exclusively through them. The game is bundled so you can receive SUMS of 10, 20, and 100 or SUMS of 1 with fractions and decimals along with SUMS of integers. SUM IT UP would make a great gift for all ages.
I have been an educator for more than 20 years. I firmly believe that students must UNDERSTAND, not memorize.