Math can sometimes be hard for kids, and while doing homeschooling the last year I noticed it’s not just hard for kids but me too – I couldn’t remember anything to save my life! I wish I would have had these Multibandz for the last year but we just received these, and I’m so glad we did. Now my kids can have some extra help with their math even when they go back to school in September.

**What are Multibandz?:**

Give your kids one band at a time, starting with the x1 table. As they learn each table, reward them with the next times table wristband. When they reach the x11 table, reward them 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 table wristbands GLOW-IN THE-DARK. An extra reward for learning the first x5 tables.

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

Inside each 12 pack, you will receive 12 wristbands, with multiplication tables x1 to x12.

**How These Bandz Work:**

Making math into a game has never been easier! They start with 1 bracelet and as they go they earn the next. Simple, Easy and Fun. Not only are they learning but they are getting a little extra confidence boost every time they earn the next band!

Pretty awesome!

It’s summertime so we aren’t really doing much math right now, but my girls have been taking turns wearing them and practicing their times tables with each other. It’s been a real good boost for their confidence and is helping them to remember. I sat with them a few times now and we’ve gone over the times tables, and I’m happy to report both girls are doing exceptionally well!

There is nothing fun about math when you aren’t sure the answers. Giving kids an extra boost, and a little bit of help never hurt anybody. Especially if your kids are like mine, and myself – we can sit and learn all day, but what we remember isn’t always what we were taught. I’m a firm believer of giving a little help along the way and after the experience my kids had while in schools around here if there is one thing they could use is a little extra help and a little confidence boost which they are now able to get with Multibandz.

**Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I was given this product complimentary to review. However all opinions are mine and 100% true**.

I wish I had these when I was learning maths I am terrible numeracy is not my strong point!

What an interesting idea, I used to love maths as a child and I’m sure I would have found it great playing with bands as well ;) x

This is a very interesting idea. I do think you need to make math more fun for kids these days.

I was always good with numbers. It was the spelling I wasn’t too good with, but not real bad. This is great though for the kids and if you give them a bracelet when they learn it you should ask them the ones they learn at the end of the new one they’re learning and if they don’t know it take the other bracelet back. ~hehehe~ It sounds really fun!!! Gotta tell my daughter about these! hahaha

Oh my gosh, I totally need to get my girls these. Heck, maybe I need them too! haha. Are they available in the USA too?

These multibandz are wonderful and would actually make math fun. Math was always my toughest subject and it seems to be for many others too.

What a fun and creative way to learn math. I wish these were around when my kids were learning math!

Like many others, maths was a difficult subject for me. In fact I hated reciting multiplication tables but if these bands were around, maybe it wouldn’t have been so hard for me.

What a clever idea to put learning into this colorful bands. My kids would love those!

These are cool. I wish I had these bands when I was teaching my kids about math.

This is such a fun idea. I know our youngest has trouble with some of the #’s, so this would be a great tool for her as she moves into the next grade. Very cool idea!

Ha, that’s fun. And sneaky… in a good way. ;) I have one child who loves Math and one who doesn’t particularly, these would be great for BOTH of them!

Oh wow, these are cool! My kids both collect these style bands, but my son could definitely use them as he gets older! My daughter has no use for them anymore as she is start trigonometry! Help us all!!

What a neat idea! It’s fashionable and will help with learning. That’s great!

What a great idea! I know so many kids that would love these!

The kids would learn heir times tables really quickly with these bands on. They could brush up on their skills at any time.

These are such great bands for kids! I think they would be perfect for practicing math at home and even in the car.

This looks like a really fun way to learn multiplication. Making it into a game with a reward is great incentive.

This is fabulous! I can totally see how these could work, and even become a fun competition between friends to see who could get the most bands stacked up. I would have loved something like this back in the day. Nice find!!

What a great product I have never heard of or seen before! I think if learning is fun, it will make it a lot easier for children of all ages grasp difficult concepts like math!

I remember we had a chart before where we had to solve as much multiplication as we can. The multibands looks like a great way to learn for kids.

I am so amazed with the multbands which is totally an awesome idea for kids to learn math. These are totally amazing because the kids will be learning and getting rewarded for their work as well. Thanks for sharing.

What a cool idea! I was always horrible at Math. Anything that would have made it easier and/or fun would have been a blessing.

What a way for kids to enjoy MATH stuff. Hope I can get this kind of bands at local shops.

Oh wow these bands are so cool I too wish we had these when I was at school because though I loved maths it was not my strongest subject.

i would like to get this

where in South Africa can i get them

please advise.