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Testimonials

Michael E

“The game is a really nice game for children, that could help improve their maths. You have to think before you make a move, that is why I like the game. I don’t usually play board games but this game blew my mind and I hope you create even more games”

 

EXPLORE Learning Centre (100 centres in UK & USA)

My name is Matthew Ashenden and I manage a children’s tuition Centre in Barking, Essex. We have around 350 children who use the Centre which provides an after-school maths and English tutoring service. Grace came to me with a game she had created, which after a brief description I was keen to trial in our children’s play area. I was excited at the prospect that children would be having fun whilst they learnt which is the premise of the Centre I manage, so it seemed like a good fit. The game itself was played by a total of between 25-30 children. Children take turns and roll the dice to move their piece and then have to solve a mathematical problem when they land on a space to continue.

I saw first-hand children enjoying the experience, and it certainly grew a crowd of other children who queued up, eager to get involved as well. We initially trialled the green version of the game, the use of which was managed by myself and one of one of my fellow colleagues. I gave Grace a few pieces of feedback at the time which was that it was fairly heavily reliant on the adult orchestrating the game, and that some of the instructions would be a little tricky to follow for some of the younger children that it’s aimed at without assistance. I also felt that the size of the board and the lack of it being able to fold made it difficult to play on a smaller table, especially with energetic children around!

My final piece of constructive criticism was that the background colour was a little plain in comparison to some of the neat graphics which could be found on or by the individual squares onto which the players moved their pieces. These small shortfalls aside however, I observed that the game was popular and that it met its objective to combine fun and learning.

Grace later brought me a second version of the game which I was pleased to see had addressed all the points above. The spaces were much bigger and less plentiful (meaning the game was finished in a more reasonable time). I was pleased to see the graphics had remained but again were bigger and set onto a far more eye catching blue background which complemented the images beautifully. It was smaller and so fit on the table much better and folded twice on itself into a much more storable size which I was easily able to stack away until it’s next use. I felt this new version of the game was much more user friendly for the kids and didn’t require as much adult intervention.

fully endorse this product and feel sure that I would buy it were I to see it on the shelf in a supermarket. I was pleased to see the novelty factor didn’t wear off quickly as I had the same children requesting it across their different trips to the Centre. We had children of all different ages play the game, although it’s targeted mostly at primary level, I feel the game is a great success and really helps to improve children’s mental Maths. I feel parents would want to buy this for their children and that their children would benefit greatly through its use.

M.A. Barking, UK; Texas, USA

Centre Director, Explore Learning, International After-School Tuition Centre

 

Review by Year 5 in a School, Upminster, London UK.

From Head Teacher. great feedback – Mrs Holland

Game Overseer/Leader: Deputy Head Teacher – Mr Walsh

“PLAYABILITY: The game flowed well and all the children playing were enthusiastically involved.

EDUCATIONAL VALUE: The children were enthusiastic and the game did encourage mental maths skills.

CONCLUSION: As a maths game used within a school there is definite value.”

 

Review  by Year 3 in a London school, UK

Number of game playtests: 4

Players ages: 7-9 years

Leader: Head of Maths – Mr Johnstone.

The children were asked to rate the game a on a scale of 1-5 with 5 being most enjoyable. Rating:4

Evaluator was asked to rate the game with 5 being most educational. Rating:4

The children and the adult leader said: “It was a fun game, very good for mental calculation skills. This game definitely could be used to improve mental maths skills.”

 

Name of Evaluator: Neil Trusler                                    Position: Y3 teacher

What I liked best about the game:

I liked that the players must make quick decisions about maths operations to benefit from the move. This tests the players mental maths recall and strategy skills.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes, regular playing of this game will help enhance recall of number facts across all four operations.

Any other comments/suggested improvements:

I would recommend this game to all teachers. It can benefit all abilities with their maths.

 

Head Teacher great feedback – Mrs Wendy Holland

Game Overseer/Leader: Deputy Head Teacher – Mr Bill Walsh

 

RULES: We played using the level 1 rules as the main rules section appeared long

and complex. The level 1 rules were straightforward and easy to explain, although

the children would have found starting difficult without adult help. After one or

two plays the understanding of the rules became much clearer.

 

BOARD: The board was colourful and enjoyable to play on, however the arrows

led to confusion of movement. The fast track area was clearly marked. One

criticism made was that board did not appear to have a theme. The children did

not feel that they were travelling through a specific land, area or zone. The squares

seemed squashed together giving moment a haphazard feel. A larger playing

area or labelled zones could help although this would necessitate a folding board

and perhaps more expense.

 

PLAYABILITY: The game flowed well and all the children playing were

enthusiastically involved. The constraints of playing within the school day meant

that we played for a specific time. This worked well, however the rules

seemed to allow for too many choices of how to end, creating uncertainty to the

value of winning.

 

EDUCATIONAL VALUE: The children were enthusiastic and the game did

encourage mental maths skills. The complexity of questions would need to reflect

the level of the players and may cause difficultly in play if the players

have significantly different abilities.

 

CONCLUSION: As a maths game used within a school there is definite value,

However, a family could find the ability level for challenging for some players and

too easy for others. It would be hard for children of different age groups to play

together.

 

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Sabrina Mercury

All children could participate in the game irrespective of their maths knowledge. They all said how much they loved the game. The children enjoyed the fact that they could use different operations to solve the problems.

 

Siân Goodspeed
Managing Director
 
Flying Start Tuition Ltd
I met Grace at a training course last year and was immediately struck by her passion and enthusiasm for helping children to feel more confident at maths.  As a former teacher and now founder of a private tuition company, Flying Start Tuition, we soon discovered that we shared common values.  Our ethos centres around boosting children’s confidence and learning through fun – which is exactly the approach that Grace is promoting through her website and game, ‘Race to Infinity’.
Realising that this game could help our students, I invited Grace to our centre where, over the course of one Saturday, she ran a series of ‘Race to Infinity’ workshops for parents and children.  The feedback was very positive: everyone who played the game enjoyed it and all said that they would be keen to play it again. Parents were impressed by the adaptability of the game and could see their children were motivated and engaged when playing.
We then introduced the game to a number of pupils at our centre, using it with groups of children aged 7 to 10.  Tutors and pupils were very positive about the game and much fun was had by all.  Tutor feedback was that once the children were familiar with the rules, they were able to play independently.  They liked the fact that one game can meet a range of different learning needs for children of various abilities and that they were able to oversee the game and step in to extend or support children where needed.  The children said that they enjoyed the game, found it exciting and were really keen to play it again.
As a parent and a teacher, I believe ‘Race to Infinity’ has a valuable place both in the classroom and in the home.  It is unlike any other maths game I have seen on the market and is ideal for consolidating, practising and extending core maths skills in a fun way.  I don’t hesitate in recommending ‘Race to Infinity’ to other parents and teachers.

Very enjoyable.

What I liked best out the game:

– Simple to understand the aims and method.

– Fast

– Competitive

– That the children could make choices about the calculations

Mrs Julia Smith (School Improvement and Creative Curriculum Leader), Year 2 Teacher, School in Essex:

 

“They were able to practise their mental maths skills in different ways. They participated and worked as a team.”

Laura Ciftci, headteacher

 

Name: Nalini, First Class Learning Tuition Centre

“The game was very well received by learners in my tuition centre who found it fun and educational. It is also very useful for helping to develop an understanding of the 4 basic maths operations. FCL Plumstead Common Centre Manager, Nalini”

 

“Fantastic idea. Great product with great potential!” – Barrie Hughes, MAS

 

Name of Evaluator: Elsie                                            Position: Y2 Pupil

If it helped me I am sure it will help every other child.

 

Name of Evaluator: Annabelle O’leary

What things don’t I like about the game?

People keep moaning about who gets to go first.

 

Name of Evaluator: Simran Singh                                        Position: Y4 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

I liked the Luck cards.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths skills for children?

Yes

Any other comments/suggested improvements:

It’s great!

 

Name: Laura

What I liked best about the game:

To collect money.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes.

 

Name: Elsie

What I liked best about the game:

Everything

What things I don’t like about the game:

I liked it all

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes

 

Name: Mrs Hunter

What I liked best about the game:

The concept is brilliant! I loved having to use the various operations.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Absolutely! Gets everyone thinking

Any other comments/ suggested improvements?

Thanks for sharing this amazing game

 

Name: Lexie-rose Hurley

What I liked best about the game:

I liked that it tested your knowledge and it is great for education and a great game for all the family.

What things I don’t like about the game:

Nothing, it is brilliant.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Definitely, if it helped me I am sure it will help every other child.

Any other comments/ suggested improvements:

Thank you for bringing in the board game, I very much enjoyed it.

 

Name of Evaluator: Angela Luong                     Position: Y3 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

Collecting the tokens

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Practicing will help you improve.

 

Name of Evaluator: Amy Dhannie                                     Position: Y3 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

Helps with your maths skills

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths skills for children?

Definitely.

 

Name of Evaluator: Sophia Toth                                          Position: Y3 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

I liked the luck cards.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths skills for children?

Yes

Any other comments/suggested improvements:

It’s great!

 

Name: Tobby Tragen

What I liked best about the game:

That you could divide, add multiply and divide your dice roll.

What things I don’t like about the game:

I feel like there are not many bad things

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes

 

Name of Evaluator: Simran Singh                                        Position: Y4 Pupil

What I liked best about game:
I liked how you could choose if you wanted to add, subtract, divide, or multiply so you can choose your best move.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes, because the children will feel like they are having fun and not learning.

 

Name of Evaluator: Dara                        Position: Y2 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

The concept is brilliant! Loved having to use the various operations.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Absolutely! Got everyone thinking!

Any other comments/suggested improvements:

Thanks for sharing this amazing game.

 

Name of Evaluator: Lexie – Rose Hurley                              Position: Y4 Pupil

I liked that it tested your knowledge and it is a great game for all the family.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Definitely, if it helped me I am sure it will help every other child.

Any other comments/suggested improvements:

Thank you for bringing in the board game. I very much enjoyed it.

 

Name of Evaluator: Mrs Hunte St Rose                                Position: Y2 teacher

What I liked best about the game:

The concept is brilliant! Loved having to use the various operations.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Absolutely! Got everyone thinking!

Any other comments/suggested improvements:

Thanks for sharing this amazing game.

 

Name of Evaluator: Amy Dhannie

What I liked best about the game:

Collecting the tokens

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Practicing will help you improve.

 

Name of Evaluator: Miss Aisling Berry, Year 5 Teaching Assistant

What I liked best about the game:

Very engaging for kids, good maths practice!

 

Name of Evaluator: Loure                           Position: Y2 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

It had real money and it’s fun and phenomenal.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes

 

Name of Evaluator: Leo

What I liked best about the game:

I like it when you have got to find out how many tokens you got or what your question was to do

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

I think it will really improve people’s maths.

 

Name: Dara

What I liked best about the game:

I liked everything about this game.

Do you feel it will improve mental maths for children?

Yes, it helps children get better at maths

 

Name of Evaluator: Freddie

What I liked best about the game:

You got two dices

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes

 

Name of Evaluator: Toby winter Tragen                                 Position: Y4 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

I liked to collect money.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes

 

 

Name of Evaluator: Ese                           Position: Y2 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

The maths questions. I enjoyed the game; it was awesome.

 

Name of Evaluator: Jenna                                Position: Y2 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

It had real money and it’s fun and phenomenal.

 

Name of Evaluator: Davina Dainor

I think it was very good and intelligent to designed game for mental maths.

 

Name of Evaluator: Oliver Ward

I liked the game because it tested you and it was very educational

Do you feel it will help to improve Mental Maths for children?

Yes, very much so

 

Name of Evaluator: Atifah Pam Pam

What things I don’t like about the game:

When we get to banish people

Do you feel it will help to improve Mental Maths for children?

Yes

 

Name of Evaluator: Dillonvir

What I liked best about the game:

I liked the game because it tested you and it was very educational

Do you feel it will help to improve Mental Maths for children?

Yes, very much so

 

Name: Abifah Pam Pam

What I liked best about the game:

I like how the game is based on math I loved how fun it was

What things I don’t like about the game:

I did not like the game when we got locked in the odds or even

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes def

 

Name of Evaluator: Tanaka

What I liked best about the game:

I liked when you could time on the dice because you could be lucky or unlucky.

Do you feel it will help to improve Mental Maths for children?

Yes, it will help with your numbers

 

Name of Evaluator: Owen

What I liked best about the game:

I loved that you would make lots different numbers out of only the die rolls

What things I don’t like about the game:

I think the game needs one or two more objectives

Do you feel it will help to improve Mental Maths for children?

Yes, definitely

 

Name of Evaluator: Ese                           Position: Y2 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

Very engaging for kids, good maths practice!

What things I don’t like about the game:

INSTRUCTIONS could be clearer.

Unsure exactly on use of tokens as well as the meaning of symbols.

Do you feel it will help improve mental maths for children?

Yes

 

Name of Evaluator: Rachel Oidonnell

What I liked best about the game:

Got everybody thinking even when it wasn’t their turn.
Rules weren’t too convoluted,
inclusion for all abilities.

Do you feel it will help to improve Mental Maths for children?

Definitely.

 

Name: Freddie

What I liked best about the game:

The other players going back to the start.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Certainly.

 

Name of Evaluator: Amrit Singh

I liked the way there are different routes to infinity. I liked the way it can get really exciting and competitive. I liked how it is fun and educational.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Definitely

 

Name: Dillonvir

What I liked best about the game:

I liked when you could time your numbers on the dice because you could be lucky or unlucky.

Do you feel it will help improve mental maths for children?

Yes, it will help with your numbers.

 

Name of Evaluator: Alice Brown

What I liked best about the game:

I liked how it is really competitive and it requires lots of concentration

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

100%

Any other comments?

You should advertise it.

 

Name of Evaluator: Oliver Ward

What I liked best about the game:

What I liked best about the game was it was educative and fun and mysterious.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes, I think it was very good and intelligent to design game for mental maths.

Any other suggested comments/ improvements:

I think there could be a little detail in the tokens.

 

Name of Evaluator: Sophie Clark

What I liked best about the game:

I like how the game is when it is based on math I loved how fun it was.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes definitely.

 

Name of Evaluator: Rebecca Allen

What I liked best about the game:

I liked the competitiveness! And the fact is fun and educational!

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Definitely! It helped me in just 50 mins I am better at times tables.

 

Name: Tanaka

What I liked best about the game:

When we get to banish people.

What things I don’t like about the game:

There was nothing that I did not like.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes.

 

Name: Sophie Dark

What I liked best about the game:

I like it when you got to find out how much tokens you got or what your question was to do!

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

I think it will really improve people’s maths

 

Name: Lee

What I liked best about the game:

You got two dices.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes.

 

Name of Evaluator: Ava Poulson

What I liked best about the game:

It was very enjoyable and not only was it fun it made us use our brains and think.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes definitely.

 

Name: Jenna

What I liked best about the game:

The math questions, I enjoyed the game. It was awesome.

What things I don’t like about the game?

I like the game.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

 

Name of Evaluator: Josh

What I liked best about the game:

I liked that you get money in the game and it wasn’t too complicated.

What things I don’t like about the game:

I didn’t like the fact that it was too long.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes, because it had lots of numbers in it.

 

Name of Evaluator: Jai Major

What I liked best about the game:

I liked how you needed to collect tokens too.

What things I don’t like about the game:

Too many players, better if there was only four.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes I do.

 

Name of Evaluator: Keziah

What I liked best about the game:

It was very fun and competitive.

What things I don’t like about the game:

If you pick up a special card saying you should give money but you don’t have any money what do you do?

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes

 

Name of Evaluator: Ella                    Position: Y4 Pupil

What I liked best about the game:

That you could divide, add, multiply and divide your dice roll.

What things I don’t like about the game:

I feel like there aren’t many bad things.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes!

 

 

Name of Evaluator: Mavianne Munoz

What I liked best about the game:

I liked taking the luck cards most.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes

 

Name: Diana

What I liked best about the game:

What I liked the most about this game was that it was educative and fun.

What things I don’t like about the game:

There was one thing I didn’t like about game was losing

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes, I think it was very good and intelligent to design a game for mental maths

Any other Comments?

I think there could be a little detail in tokens.

 

Name of Evaluator: Isabella

What I liked best about the game:

We played in pairs and I thought that the 200 credits to start the journey to infinity exciting

What things I don’t like about the game:

The cards would be better laminated.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Kind of but you didn’t have to do much it was more like monopoly but with some maths.

 

Name of Evaluator: Alex

What I liked best about the game:

I love how you can use each method of mathematics to help you.

What things I don’t like about the game:

There should be more good special cards.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes.

 

Name of Evaluator: Samantha

What I liked best about the game:

I liked the special cards because I received lose 2 turns and still won. Enjoyed by everyone.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes.

 

Name of Evaluator: Balder Cober

What I liked best about the game:

All of it.

Do you feel it will help to improve Mental Maths for children?

Definitely.

What things I don’t like about the game:

The 5 tokens should be over 10 tokens

 

Name of Evaluator: Daniel Brammer

What I liked best about the game:

I liked that you could play in teams, thank you for letting us test this.

What things I don’t like about the game:

Waiting for my turn, needs more token spots.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yeah.

 

Name of Evaluator: Kalilah

What I liked best about the game:

It is a mystery- you’ll never know who will win or lose.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes.

 

Name: Neil Truster

What I liked best about the game:

I liked that the players have to make quick decisions about maths operations to benefit from the move. This tests the players mental maths recall and strategy skills.

Do you feel it will help to improve mental maths for children?

Yes, regular playing of this game will help enhance recall of number facts across all four operations

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important thing you learned from this workshop?

That maths games are also important and not just book work.

Would you recommend this class to others?

Yes

Why or why not?

Gives a different outlook to maths and a competitive streak!

What did you think of the Race To Infinity game play?

Good, brushes up on maths skills

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important thing you learned from this workshop?

N/A

Would you recommend this class to others?

No sorry.

Why or why not?

My daughter was very bored at the beginning.

What did you think of the Race To Infinity game play?

It was great fun and an excellent way to practice the four different functions.

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important thing you learned from this workshop?

Maths can be fun.

Would you recommend this class to others?

Yes.

What did you think of the Race To Infinity game play?

Good fun.

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important thing you learned from this workshop?

Make it fun.

What did you think of the Race To Infinity game play?

Good fun and learning value.

How can this programme be improved?

Less theory, less history more practical tips.

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important thing you learned from this workshop?

Make it fun.

Would you recommend this class to others?

No.

Why or why not?

Too much adult focus/ history. Not engaging for a child.

What did you think of the Race To Infinity game play?

Good fun and learning value.

How can this programme be improved?

Less theory, less history more practical tips.

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

Would you recommend this class to others?

Yes.

Why or why not?

It’s great to play with others and find out about the game

What did you think of the Race To Infinity gameplay?

Good mix of chance and thinking.

How can this programme be improved?

More interesting presentation at beginning.

Name: Sylvia Voutlahn

 

Name: Miss Berry

What I liked best about the game:

Very engaging for kids, Good maths practice!

What things i don’t like about the game:

Instructions could be clearer
Unsure exactly on use of tokens, as well as meaning of symbols

 

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important thing you learned from this workshop?

My children enjoy games and the maths element does not put them off.

Would you recommend this game to others?

Yes.

Why or why not?

To see that games can be educational tools.

What did you think of the Race To Infinity gameplay?

Good, but my kids loved it, so that’s what matters.

How can this programme be improved?

Making it easier to work out moving squares, particularly on higher numbers.

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

Would you recommend this class to others?

Yes.

What did you think of the Race To Infinity game play?

Probably need a few games to get used to the rules.

How can this programme be improved?

Remove or reduce the slides at the start as children got bored.

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

Would you recommend this class to others?

No.

Why or why not?

Too much time spent telling us importance of maths and playing maths games.

What did you think of Race To Infinity game play?

Good game but frustrating that we can’t buy t take home with us or have some good alternatives suggested.

How can this programme be improved?

10 minutes introduction on value of maths, then 3 try out sessions of games that can be played at home.

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important things you learned from this workshop?

That my children enjoyed using maths in the game.

Would you recommend this class to others?

Yes.

Why or why not?

The children seemed to really enjoy the playing part (not so much the talking).

What did you think of the Race To Infinity game play?

Was a great way to get the children to practice maths, without doing sums.

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important things you learned from this workshop?

Playing and learning.

Would you recommend this class to others?

Yes.

What did you think of the gameplay?

Very good.

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important thing you learned from this workshop?

My son is keen to have games at home.

Would you recommend the game to others?

Yes.

Why or why not?

Particularly to those struggling with basics and to enjoy numbers.

What did you think of the Race To Infinity game play?

Would like to explore more – looks great fun.

Name: Jane Martin

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important thing you learned from this workshop?

Race to infinity is a great game.

Would you recommend this class to others?

Yes.

What did you think of the Race To Infinity game play?

Fantastic.

What else would you like to see covered in a future workshop that hasn’t been covered yet?

The game session was fun.

Name: John Chika

 

Workshop Evaluation/ Feedback Form

What is the most important thing you learned from this workshop?

How to make maths interesting for a child by playing games.

Would you recommend this game to others?

Yes.

Why or why not?

Because it is interesting to know that everyone is good at maths and we all can go for it.

What do you think of Race To Infinity?

Very good. I would say infinitely.

Name: Nazish Athar

 

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