Mathological Liar, Grade 3
$14.49

Mathological Liar, Grade 3

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Item #: 138070 Model #: EP-3396
  • Age group and grade: Ages 6 - 8 and grades 3rd
  • Usage ideas: Players are required to use multiple grade level math skills to solve the crimes
  • Includes 50 math mysteries in each game

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Mathological liar game for grades 3 where players are required to use multiple grade level math skills to solve the crimes.

Edupress® Mathological liar game for 3rd grade has 50 math mysteries in each game making it ideal for 2 - 4 players. Game is featured with entertaining and educational activities that encourage students to become math detectives.

  • Age group and grade: Ages 6 - 8 and grades 3rd
  • Usage ideas: Players are required to use multiple grade level math skills to solve the crimes
  • Includes 50 math mysteries in each game
  • Number of players: 2 - 4
  • Students will love becoming math detectives
  • Players earn points for solving math mysteries in these entertaining and educational games
  • In each round, players read about a crime committed, and each player receives a suspect's alibi
  • Players must determine whether the math in their suspect's alibi is correct or not
  • If the math is correct, the suspect is innocent - if the math is incorrect, the suspect is guilty
  • Skills covered: Addition/subtraction, multiplication/division, fractions/decimals/percentages, place value: Base 10; inverse relationships, estimating, 2 - and 3 - dimensional shapes, shapes and more
  • Type of game: Math learning games
  • Award winner (type): Technology and learning award of excellence
  • Set of 200 cards and directions
  • Players are required to use multiple grade-level math skills to solve the crimes
  • Skills covered: Addition/Subtraction; Multiplication/Division; Fractions/Decimals; Numerical Patterns; Inverse Relationships; Estimating; and more!
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