Math You Can Play Kickstarter

Build skills!

Develop confidence!

Crush math anxiety!

Denise Gaskins’s Math You Can Play books help families learn while having fun together. You’ll love this natural, no-stress way to strengthen your child’s understanding and confidence.

This Kickstarter project offers you the chance to pick up a variety of playful math books at a discount — plus some nifty bonuses.

Best of all, you can get an early copy of Denise’s newest book, Prealgebra & Geometry: Math Games for Middle School, months before it hits the regular bookstores.

Check It Out

As a special treat, the Kickstarter page includes four free sample games to enjoy with your kids today. Clear off a table, find a deck of cards, and you’re ready to play some math.

And please, tell your friends about the Kickstarter.

We’d love to spread everywhere the news that learning math can be fun!

Readers Review Denise’s New Book

“When I’m asked about resources for math games, Denise Gaskins is one of the first names I mention. In this book, she’s sharing games and activities for prealgebra and geometry, and it’s genuinely good stuff, touching on relevant and sometimes technical topics in a consistently fun and engaging way … a can’t-miss resource.”
—Dan Finkel, creator of the Prime Climb math board game

“I love everything about this book – seriously! I feel challenged and encouraged to improve my teaching methods, as well as my own understanding of math concepts. If I could go back in time, I would play a lot more games and spend a lot more time on the understanding and why behind math than on workbooks.”
—Carla Roesler, homeschooling parent

“The directions are clear, it is easy for parents to pick up and use, yet it gets to the heart of mathematical thinking in a fun, engaging way.”
—Casey Maupin, homeschooling parent

“The games are easy to put into practice (even for a mom of 4 with 2 toddlers) and something my daughter would participate in willingly or even enjoy (which is saying a lot for a teen who doesn’t always appreciate a challenge). Clever, helpful, and creative in ways I’d never come up with.”
—Casey Baldwin, homeschooling parent

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