Mama Mia Meatball Count
(multi-level game play)
- Counting (1-10)
- Skip counting
- Simple addition/subtraction
- Even/odd numbers
- Fine motor skills
My son loved my homemade meatballs, so a meatball themed game I decided to make!
And then he asked for "more mommy games..."
In this deliciously, fast-paced card game, players take turns matching the number of meatballs, plate color, OR plate shape. Watch out for the fork, diner’s choice, and pass-a-meatball cards, though, as they will change your game in the blink of an eye. This game is fun for all ages and will have you shouting “Mama Mia!"
Multi-level play: In addition to playing the Mama Mia Meatball Count game, these over-sized, brightly colored cards were designed for practicing several other early learning concepts:
- Ages 18m+: Practice fine motor skills and counting by placing small objects (cereal, candy, small blocks, crafting pom poms) onto the meatballs.*
- Ages 5+: Make learning basic addition and subtraction fun by using the plates of meatballs ("what is 2 meatballs plus 3 meatballs?")**
- Ages 6+: Introduce skip counting, even/odd numbers, and greater than/less than with meatballs!***
the meatball numbers are "hidden" in the top left and bottom right corners for moms and dads!
* Picture above for fine motor skill reference
** Picture above for addition example
*** Picture above for even number reference