SEATTLE, March 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- SimplyFun, LLC., publisher of award-winning educational board games, focuses on Math and STEM with the release of Math Medalist. This game release occurs in conjunction with March Mathness, a month-long celebration designated by SimplyFun to promote the joy of learning essential math skills through play.
Math Medalist is two games in one. In one game players add to 100 in 10s to score tiles. Game two uses a multiplication table where players compete to take control of specific areas. The game also features four renowned mathematicians- Euclid, Brahmagupta, Fibonacci and Gauss. Math Medalist is for ages 8 and up. It was created to help children practice multiplication and addition while also sharing the discoveries of some of math's pioneers.
Math & STEM, one of four skill sets that are the focus of game development at SimplyFun, zero in on counting, mathematical relationships, computations and algebra, spatial reasoning, geometry and early scientific concepts appropriate for right and left brain-leaners of all ages. Other skill sets at SimplyFun include Reading &Language Arts, Life &Thinking skills and Social Sciences & Studies.
SimplyFun believes in the undeniable power of shared play to learn, grow, and realize our fullest, brightest potential. We champion a vibrant, play-based education that enriches our families and ourselves. To contribute to what's truly important in life—the potential of our children, the success of our schools, and our own personal fulfillment.
Founded in 2004, SimplyFun provides its Playologists (Independent Consultants) the opportunity to make a difference for kids and families with its skills-focused board games while earning income through direct sales opportunities in person and online. http://www.simplyfun.com
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