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Math isn’t the easiest thing… and certainly not trendy either. So no wonder it can be difficult sometime to get our children engaged in activities that are math-focused. ShapeOmetry is a family game, building on logic skills along with abstract and spacial reasoning, and mathematical strategies.
The game is placed solo or with a partner and the object is to solve the puzzle challenge cards as they increase in difficulty level. Each card shows you the exact blue and green game pieces to use to build identical shapes in blue and green. Trust us… it’s trickier than it sounds. Don’t be fooled with the simplicity of design or the preschool colors… this game packs some challenge.
Speaking of packing… the mesh bag is quite convenient for storage and travel. And as Greg mentions in the below video, it makes for easy beach clean up should you choose to pack it in your late summer beach travels (it’s not too late). Either at home or on the go… ShapeOmetry offers a puzzling good time.
I used to have a puzzle like this one. We loved it, great for traveling. It helped our family pass the time on our flight.
Highly recommend this one to any parent. It is challenging but appropriate for all ages.
Oh, you had this in a travel version? It comes with a travel bag but that’s not quite the same as a magnetic board to play while in commute vs convenient to pack for a trip. There’s a difference. That said, my kids liked playing this game as is.