THE EASY WAY TO KEEP YOUR CHILD AHEAD OF THE CURVE
IT'S SO FUN THEY'LL FORGET THEY'RE LEARNING
Kakooma is an educational card game that helps students master their addition and multiplication facts.
Parents love how easy & fun is to practice math at home so their kids stay ahead.
Give your child the confidence to raise their hand in math class by practicing fact families aloud.
THE FUN WAY TO BUILD MATH CONFIDENCE
Teachers love how Kakooma helps students advance from memorization to a deeper understanding of arithmetic.
Thousands of children now love math who never thought they would!
teachers, parents & kids LOVE KAKOOMA!
This is the best money I've spent on my classroom in a long time! I just wanted to say THANK YOU so much for making math come alive for our students...and teachers. Everyone has a renewed spirit for learning thanks to your energy.
I brought the Greg Tang kit home to try out with my second grader. We have been playing for the past TWO hours!
I used the kit over the summer to play math games with some students and they loved it! Even the reluctant ones were engaged and having fun. Also, it's great that I can differentiate the games because there are multiple levels included.
HOW TO PLAY KAKOOMA:
1. Flip a card and try to find the fact family - there is ALWAYS only ONE solution per card.
2. When you see the answer, say "Kakooma!" and point out the fact family.
3. If you are correct, you get to keep the card. If not, you have to give one back.
4. Whichever player collects the most cards is the winner!
THE CREATOR OF KAKOOMA
Kakooma was created by world-renowned educator and author, Greg Tang. Since 2001, Greg has done more than 4,000 workshops, conferences, and author visits. He has transformed schools and districts – increasing understanding, test scores, and enjoyment along the way.
Greg Tang’s “Less Is More” approach focuses on how to help students think about the numbers in a smarter way.
The math educator, author and creator of Kakooma gives a TedTalk about finding simple solutions to seemingly complicated math problems and enjoying it.
Watch the full TedTalk here