The game to introduce kids to Math in a fun way
10,95€ IVA Incluido
POETIC NUMBERS is a fun way to introduce kids to Math. The deck of cards consists of 56 cards:
4 series of 10 numbers: animals, sports, actions and objects, each with its own color.
2 sets of signs to calculate: plus, minus, multiplication and division.
2 Jokers in order to play all kind of card games.
2 extra cards to draw your favorite number: your own POETIC NUMBER!
Pictures are useful tools for learning Math concepts.
The images help to recognise, and more easily memorise the numbers.
Also for dyslexic children it can be a visual resource, as they make associations to help them remember visual concepts.
Rather than struggling with memorising abstract numbers, kids can learn through interacting with illustrated objects, animals, sports & actions. A giraffe plus a swan equals a bear.
This plus that, these minus those.
Anything with everything is possible.
Let’s play with numbers!
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“POETIC NUMBERS is a card game that allows families to play with numbers while learning mathematical concepts and having fun testing themselves. It is highly versatile as it adapts to all ages. We can learn numbers, create all sorts of sequences, arrange them from highest to lowest or vice versa, perform calculations, and even use it as a memory game. We can even invent our own games!”
Children’s bookshop Sendak / Barcelona
The game that helps you to connect with people who have Alzheimer’s
22,00€ IVA Incluido
Game POETIC MEMORY
36 cards of 3,5 x 3,5 inches/9 x 9 cm, made of sturdy material, easy to handle.
· With English instructions
· Con instrucciones en español
· Met Nederlandse gebruiksaanwijzing
· Mit Deutschem Gebrauchsanleitung
· Avec instructions d’utilisation en français
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The worst thing about Alzheimer’s isn’t memory loss.
It’s losing the connection that binds us together.
Reconnect with them by playing, imagining together, remembering histories, laughing again.
Because playing helps us to connect better.
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«I think it’s a great game that brings people together and for AD patients and their families it’s an amazing tool to overcome the fear and discomfort of regular conversation that is no longer possible. It really made me connect with my mom in a way I had forgotten would be possible anymore. Cards are indeed very easy to handle (even if you think about making kids play with them, for instance!) and the pictures are “realistic” enough to imagine and guess things, without the patient struggling to come up with something, but also “abstract” enough to guess freely. It’s very interesting that you can play by both colour and shape associations, that helped my mom and I a lot.»
Maria C. / Barcelona
ThisThat games is from the creator Arianne Faber. With her illustrations and poetic approach, she aims to contribute to well-being in the fields of education and health