The History of Conceptual Math Media
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Conceptual Math Media, Inc., is dedicated to the design and production of math games and math educational products that promote thinking. We want to make math fun for both the classroom and family. Our mission is to change the negative attitudes about math and eliminate the fear and ignorance of math that are so prevalent in our society.

Our first two signature products, Equate®
and PrimePak, are math games for the whole family, fun games you'll never outgrow. Our new Conceptual Bingo series provides a fun way for parents and teachers to teach important math concepts.
 

Equate®
The Equation Thinking Game

Have fun creating equations crossword-style. Equate® is a great math board game for family and classroom. Earn higher scores using division or fraction tiles and landing on premium board positions. For 2 to 4 players or teams. Many levels of play for ages 8 to adult.
PrimePak
Factor Thinking Games

Master multiplication facts and divisibility rules while having fun playing card games with this unique deck of 171 cards. In all four games players form factor sets. Because 80=8x10, the numbers 80, 8, and 10 form a factor set. Factor sets can have more than three numbers. For example, the set 42, 3, 2 and 7 is also a factor set. Prime wild cards are used for prime numbers only. Ages 7 to Adult.
Conceptual Bingo
Eleven Versions Now Available
Six calling options make these math bingo games a great bargain! The caller chooses one of six options for calling a value. The options maximize flexibility by covering numerous topics. Each game includes 36 playing cards, 360 plastic markers, and over 50 calling cards. Also contains reproducible masters to help teachers assess the students and customize the game. Several versions available.
 

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For questions or comments, please send e-mail to info@conceptualmathmedia.com or call (888) 433-2224 or (916) 435-2810. Equate and PrimePak are registered trademarks of Conceptual Math Media, Inc.
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