Tens Frame Snap

Tens Frame Snap

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Tens Frame Snap is an educational card game aimed at early primary aged children.

The object of the game is similar to the game of snap in that children must "snap" pairs of cards, however, unlike normal snap, the cards used are tens-frame cards,

There are three (3) separate modes, each with sub-modes. Each of these game types are available in both Single-Player and Multi-player:

The first mode is Pairs. This plays the same as a regular game of snap, where children must snap if the two cards on the table have the same value. The sub-modes for pairs determine what range of cards will be available.

The second mode is Add. In this mode the children must snap when the two cards on the table add up to the given value. The two sub-modes determine what number children must add up to.

The third mode is Difference. In this mode children must snap when the two cards on the table have a difference that equals the given value. The sub-modes determine what the given value is, three of them being set, and the fourth being random.

The game also gives you the options of customising what cards are available. This way you can change the possible patterns that the children will need to decipher. You can then save your favourite deck layouts to save them for later use.

We hope to soon add the ability to upload/download these layouts from an online server, so that you will be able to share your favourite deck layouts with others around the world, and also won't have to manually input deck layouts across multiple devices.

Tags: tens frame snap.

Comments and ratings for Tens Frame Snap
  • (72 stars)

    by Rupert Russell on 18/01/2013

    Runs well on both my Galaxy S2 and Nexus 7. it might be a good idea to add a screen explaining what a tens frame is and giving some examples of when a Snap matches and when it does not.

  • (72 stars)

    by A Google User on 23/11/2012

    Worth every cent, kids love it

  • (72 stars)

    by Matthew on 23/11/2012

    Worth every cent, kids love it