Number Ninjas has been chosen as a winner in the 2012 Fat Brain Toy Awards which means that visitors to Fat Brain Toys have chosen it as the best-of-the-best in specialty toys, games, and gifts. Congratulations!
(A giant leap above Ninjas who wear black, drop down from ceilings & take revenge.)
The Golden Dragon has been uncovered and you must seize it!
Will it be easy? A Ninja’s work is never easy.
But - your Ninja mind is sharp, and lithe, and altogether good enough to prevail and learn the math of a Master Number Ninja.
Roll 2 dice, solve the equation, and travel through four distinct areas to reach the Golden Dragon first! Each location has its own unique challenge.
A bamboo forest
An ancient village
The cave of elders
A koi pond
Along the way, the skill level of each player determines the set of dice each Ninja player will use. Beginner Ninja players use dice featuring addition and subtraction; advanced Ninjas use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division dice.
A mathematics game that is more stealth than traditional flashcards
Conquer Ninja Challenges, unlock the Golden Dragon, and master Math!
Improve recall of Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division facts
A mathematics game in a fun format
Ideal as a home or classroom game
High interest graphics
Includes: 3 Ninja Recruit Dice, 3 Ninja Master Dice, Game Board, 4 Ninja Pawns, 12 Quest Items, 3 Traps, 80 Ninja Challenge Cards, the Golden Dragon
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It's hard to find good board games that my kids really enjoy. They love the "cool" factor of this game - with the ninjas, weapons that must be collected and golden dragon at the end. I love that they're doing math! It's good for both my boys - an easier level and a harder level to play.
My rating of Number Ninjas
Posted 4/20/2011 by maria chepulis
My 8 year old daughter really enjoyed this game. I can see this 'growing' with her math skills as there are 2 levels of play. She was having so much fun,she didn't realize she was practicing addition, subtraction and multiplication. Great way to practice those 'math facts' without your child realizing it!
The first level of the game focuses on basic math computational skills while the second level embeds the skills into wordp problems.
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