Two new games focused on Math & STEM skills

new_math_gamesSEATTLE — SimplyFun, LLC., publisher of award-winning educational board games, continues to focus on Math and STEM with two new games, Watch My Wings and Don’t Mix It!

Watch My Wings helps the littlest learner (ages 4 & up) begin to build their skills with a focus on matching. Players match butterfly wings by either shape, color or both. All players then search the field of butterflies to collect as many matching butterflies as they can. It’s a great game to help young learner develop their matching skills and learn focus and self-control.

Don’t Mix It! is a sorting game that teaches recycling and acts as a dynamic puzzle. Players are at a recycling center and each player has their own sorting board to separate the glass, metal, paper and plastic. Players earn points by correctly “recycling” their tiles. If the recyclables mix, players don’t earn points. Don’t Mix It! is for ages 7 and up and focuses on planning and spatial reasoning skills.

Math & STEM, one of four skill sets that are the focus of game development at SimplyFun, zero in on counting, mathematical relationships, computations and algebra, spatial reasoning, geometry and early scientific concepts appropriate for right and left brain-leaners of all ages. Other skill sets at SimplyFun include Reading &Language Arts, Life &Thinking skills and Social Sciences & Studies.

About SimplyFun
SimplyFun believes in the undeniable power of shared play to learn, grow, and realize our fullest, brightest potential. We champion a vibrant, play-based education that enriches our families and ourselves. To contribute to what’s truly important in life—the potential of our children, the success of our schools, and our own personal fulfillment.

Founded in 2004, SimplyFun provides its Playologists (Independent Consultants) the opportunity to make a difference for kids and families with its skills-focused board games while earning income through direct sales opportunities in person and online. http://www.simplyfun.com – PRNewswire

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