This is a useful educational tool for the home schooled student of today. Here is a mathematical manipulatives game to teach children math on different levels and math problem solving techniques as they mature. This learning game has never been out of the box, so is intact and original including instructions, both written & pictural. The super instructions have some foxing since they are from 1967. Designed / written by Peter A. & Joan E. Brett, students use colorful wooden blocks with numbers, letters, fractions, and / or math operations on them to visually put together problems and / or equations to solve. Operations include icons such as divide, subtract, square root, multiply and subtract. On the upper end of difficulty levels are ratios, logarithims, and exponents. There are three timers included to add a "racing" component. Published by Avalon Hill, this game is in thie intact original box. The only damage is thin paper loss from tape used in the past. An original, handled storage bag labeled Tuf. The Superlative Mathematics Game, is included. Manufactured in Roway, Conn., U.S.A. The box measures 11.25 x 8.5 x 1.5 inches.
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