Wednesday, December 14, 2011

I See Cards: Fractazmic {Crew Review}

Fractazmic is a fun fraction card game full of fraction action from I See Cards.  This game allows your child to learn fractions at their own personal level in a fun way.  Children of all ages will enjoy playing Fractazmic, specially those in grade levels 1-8. 

Made from sturdy material, the 60 colorful cards are clearly numbered and each is labeled with the fraction and a corresponding graphic.  The deck is sorted into three distinct sets of cards: The Twelfths Suit (Blue), The Tenths Suit (Green) and The Sixteenths Suit (Red). Fractazmic teaches children to quickly convert and add fractions, reinforces using fractions in real life, and also reinforces the relationship of fractions and measurements.

The aim of this game is to combine the fractions in a suit to create a hand of 1 whole.  The player who creates the most "hands" wins the game.  Fractazmic can be played by an individual child alone for practice but is designed to be played by 2-4 people in game format. 

This fun, educational card game is priced at $6.95 US and is available through I See Cards online.  For more reviews on Fractazmic and other I See Cards products please visit the TOS Review Crew Blog.

*Disclaimer - This product was provided to me free in exchange for my honest opinion in a review from I See Cards and The Old School House Homeschool Review Crew.

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