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Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Exciting New Multibandz ~ Make Learning Maths Easy

Exciting New Multibandz ~ Make Learning Maths Easy


Children love to wear wristbands, Especially GLOW-IN-THE-DARK wristbands.

Education has never been so much fun...... with Multibandz new Times Table bands they can also learn at the same time. Educate your children with these brightly coloured skinny bands printed with the multiplication times table.

Each pack of Multibandz contains 12 different coloured wrist bands. 1 for each of the 12 Times Tables, it really is a new approach to helping your children learn. They're brightly coloured and even Glow in the dark which is pretty cool. 


I gave a packet of Multibandz to my eldest daughter Chloe, aged 9 who is currently struggling with her 6 Times Table. She liked the look of the bands and was definitely willing to give them a go. They seem to be helping a bit as they give her that little bit of extra confidence knowing that if she gets stuck she can refer to her Multibandz for help. They're a very simple idea but they do work very well. 

Some Tips for using: 

Try giving them one band at a time, starting with the x1 table.  As they learn each new table, reward them with the next times table.  

When they reach the x11 table, they are rewarded with silver and then finally with the x12 table they are rewarded with GOLD.  Go for GOLD !

Don't forget, the x6, x7, x8, x9 and x10 tables GLOW.  An extra reward for learning the first 5 tables. Yeah!

Give your children plenty of encouragement as they learn each new times table.   And don't forget to have fun!

We gave Multibands a 4/5 and a huge Thumbs Up.

Disclosure: I was sent a packet of Multibandz to try out for the purpose of this review. All the opinions expressed are my own and completely honest.

2 comments:

  1. Educational items and toys are perfect choice for kids in their growing age because these type of accessories make kids mind sharp and as we know maths seems a difficult subject these type bands helps them a lot.

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  2. These sound very interesting, I have an 8 yr old also struggling with 6 and 7 times tables, and younger one whose 6 trying to learn 3 and 4 xxx

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