My new math book series, the Tabletop Math Games Collection, launches exclusively on Kickstarter next week. I can hardly wait!
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And I’m trying several new reward options I’ve never done before. (The “rewards” on Kickstarter are all the various things you can buy with your support pledge.)
Here’s a quick peek at a few of the new things to come.
This is going to be so much fun!
Math Games Book Boxes
You can choose from two sizes.
The smaller Math Games Book Box includes one paperback Math Games Booklet at your child’s level: Early Games, Primary Games, or Advanced Games. Plus one enamel pin, and either a set of cards and dice or a small whiteboard with markers.
The Mega Math Games Gift Box includes the spiral-bound Deluxe Omnibus book (which contains all three smaller books and more), plus all unlocked pin designs, and plenty of cards, dice, and other handy supplies shown above. (Colors will vary.)
Show your gaming spirit with these cool enamel pins.
By popular request, we have enamel pins in four designs. The first two are available immediately, and two more will unlock as Stretch Goals.
- “Let’s Play Math” in cool spring colors
- “Let’s Play Math” in warm fall colors
- 🔒 [Locked] Deck of playing cards (unlocks at Stretch Goal #1)
- 🔒 [Locked] Penrose triangle of rainbow blocks from the back of the playing cards (unlocks at Stretch Goal #3)
Pins are about 1″ diameter hard enamel, for the perfect combination of durability and fun color. Backed with a metal military-style butterfly clip for extra strength, so it won’t fall off your backpack or bag.
If you choose a reward level that includes pins, or buy them as an add-on to another level, be sure to fill out your post-campaign survey to tell me which design you want.
Limited International Shipping
Digital rewards are available worldwide.
For physical books and merchandise, I can offer shipping to a few countries with small-business-friendly tax laws:
- UK, for books only (no merchandise)
- European Union
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- and the US, as always
You may owe import duties and VAT before you can claim your package. I have no control over the customs clearance process in your country, so you might want to check with your local customs officials or post office for details on what to expect.