BrainBox Maths New Edition for 2020
What can you spot in 10 seconds?
Family educational game (Key Stage 2) age 7+
See also BrainBox Maths Plus for age 9+
Do you know your percentages from your pie charts? BrainBox Maths is crammed full of concepts taught in Key Stage 2 in England and Wales. Developed by a primary school teacher with 30 years' teaching experience, BrainBox Maths strikes a great balance between learning and fun.
The object of the game is to study a card for 10 seconds and then answer a question based on the roll of a die. If the question is answered correctly, the card is kept, and the person with the most number of cards after 5 or 10 minutes is the winner.
Notes on this 2020 Refreshed Edition
Designed for parents and teachers to play with their children, this revised and updated BrainBox will help improve observation and memory skills as well as reinforce essential maths concepts.
Each of the cards covers an important maths topic from the Key Stage 2 curriculum, including fractions, measurement, money and time. Developed by an experienced primary school teacher, this game is useful for all ability levels and is great fun.
About the Brain Box
BrainBox is a fast and fun memory game that does not require any pens, pencils, paper, playing board or even a table! Each round takes 10 seconds so all players are involved. A game lasts as long as you want it to, 10 minutes is the norm, but playing for 5 minutes is great fun also. BrainBox is educational and is perfect for families and groups of friends to play, wherever they are, on a level-playing field. Packed in a sturdy cool magnetic cube box. BrainBox is ready to play without any set-up time needed. The rules are pretty straight forward. You can play solo or with as many people as you want. A player simply picks a card and studies it for 10 seconds before being asked a question from the back, chosen by the roll of a die. A correct answer means the card is kept, if not it is returned to the box. The player with most cards after 5 or 10 minutes wins! The winner may not be who you expect as this fabulous game is about observation and memory