Three Sticks The game consists of sticks of three different lengths  3, 4 and 5 units long. Using these to try and create geometric shapes.

Prime Climb Learn to multiply and divide using prime climb's unique color coding. Inspire deeper mathematical understanding while mastering arithmetic!

Equate Equate looks a bit like Scrabblefor aspiring mathematicians, that is. Designed by a real mathematician, it works like this: You put down tiles on a board and make points by correctly completing simple equations. Your nine tiles include both numbers and mathematical symbols; you can add on to previous plays both vertically and horizontally. Learn simple stuff (like what division is) and more sophisticated ideas (like the order of precedence among arithmetic operations). It all adds up. 
Three Sticks Expansion Expansion for original Three Sticks game. 
Krypto Basic arithmetic game. 
Fraction Formula It’s a race to “1” with this 4player fraction game. Draw a card and find the corresponding fizzy fraction tile. Drop the tile into your cylinder. “Hold” if you think you're as close to one as you'll get without going over or draw another card if you think you can get closer by adding another fraction tile. 
Smath Players use the tiles in their racks, and the ones already on the board, to build their own crosswordstyle math equations. Game play can be customized.

Math Fluxx Math Fluxx really is all about the numbers. Players use positive integers (whole numbers) in their quest to achieve a very mathematical Goal.

