Reeves International has different early learning toys and games for the smallest kids in the family all the way through middle school and beyond. We’ve been working with Goonie on basic math, addition and subtraction, so the first board we tested out and played with is the It All Adds Up math board. Simply push the buttons down and the answer is revealed. A simple system that doesn’t even require batteries to make it work. It’s small enough to take on the road and doesn’t even have parts that come off, that may disappear.

Goonie had a lot of fun finding the answers to the math problems he already knew and then had even more fun finding new answers as he played with the board.

We let him play with the Multiplication Magic Keyboard as well – this board he’s just starting to understand but he lit up as the answers were revealed to him to new fun math problems. He’s still young, and learning and math are still fun and we love being able to offer him options to encourage him to continue that love of learning.

I mentioned before the boards are low-tech, absolutely no batteries required. You simply push one of the math problems and the answer appears as you push it down. This is great for kids to play and learn with math and not always need a helping hand from a parent. It’s easy to pack and play in the car too. And as Goonie pointed out – it can also dub as a countdown for a rocketship take off! He loves math but he loves to be imaginative too :).

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I would like to get the Gbaby Baby Farm.

Would love the Math Learning Keyboard for my granddaughter!

I choose the “It All Adds Up” version!

I would choose the Multiplication Magic Keyboard for my classroom. Some of the students do not have their multiplication tables memorized. Making it fun would motivate them to learn.

I would like to try the Reeves Toys It All Adds Up.

I would pick the Reeves Toys It All Adds Up and the Multiplication Magic. My kids actually use these when we go to the library.

I would like to try the TOLO POP-UP DINOSAURS.

That Multiplication one might just help my Jesse–pretty cool

I think my son would love to try the Tolo Electronic Cash Register.

I would choose the Multiplication Magic Keyboard for us.

I’d like to try the Tolo Funtime Fishing Toy.

Reeves Toys Multiplication Magic is what I would like to win for my son. I remember having one like it when I was younger and it’s great for helping children to memorize their multiplication tables.

I like the Tolo Musical Shape Sorter

I’d like to try the Tolo Electronic Cash Register

I really like that shape sorter toy for my grandson.

Red toolbox bug barn

Multiplication Magic Keyboard

I would try the REEVES TOYS IT ALL ADDS UP. We have a multiplication one just like these and my girls love to “play school” yet really learn at the same time, this addition one is perfect for my 1st grader, THANKS!

I would love to try the It all adds up Math board.

I think my little guy would benefit greatly from using the Reeves Toys It All Adds Up addition/subtraction board. He’s in 2nd grade but has a LD that makes learning math, reading, and writing difficult. However, after perusing the site, I know he would LOVELOVELOVE the Red Toolbox Go Cart!! He’s an excellent builder and has made numerous small projects. He would be thrilled to try something like the God Cart! Thanks for the link to the site! I’m so pleased to have discovered it.

http://www.reevesintl.com/p/reeves-toys-the-big-dig/outdoor-toys?pp=24

Kids need more time outside.

The redtoolbox go kart would be a huge hit here.

I like the Gbaby Baby Farm – 19 pcs.

I really like the multiplication magic

I like Marvin’s Magic Box of Tricks.

Would love to try out the all adds up math board! : )

I’d love to try Reeves Toys Multiplication Magic for my 4th grade daughter. I also had one when I was a kid and loved it.

GBABY BABY SEA – 8 PCS

The GBaby Farm

I would like to try Multiplication Magic

I like the It all adds up.

I would like to try the Musical Shape Sorter.

Multiplication Magic, ftw!

I’d love the Math Learning Keyboard! Awesome!

I like the Musical Shape Sorter for my grandson

I like the Multiplication Magic Keyboard

I’d like the Multiplication Magic. I am a math teacher and too many kids don’t get enough of this.

I would love to have the Abacus Rattler.

I actually love the one in this giveaway my 7 year old loves math so much that he is asking math questions all day long he would love this.