Learning the fun way
Helping kids explore creativity
“My Nephew struggled with MathsHe got frustrated and finally refused to do his homework...So, I took out a deck of cards and played an addition game with him. We had lots of fun and solved many maths questions.
I thought to myself, Wouldn’t it be more fun, using interactive ways to teach children what they enjoy doing, just like playing games? So VMO was born.”
~Teacher Wong, ANITHINK Founder & VMO Game Creator
Play a game & Learn Maths
with VMO Maths Card Game
VMO GAME is a 100% Malaysian-made maths card game for parents to help kids to enjoy learning Maths
- Promotes playful, cooperative learning
- Develops Strategic play & problem-solving skills
- Encourages cognitive thinking and investigations
- Encourages Communication/social skills
- Have fun and enjoy learning Maths
Price: RM 69.90
I have difficulties encouraging my son to do his Maths’ homework, he doesn’t seem to like Maths , however ever since he attended ANITHINK’s Creative Maths class, his attitude changes for the better, and his Maths’s grade improves !
...an amazing game that can increase students' interest in Mathematics. ...Students nowadays are struggling to solve even simple basic arithmetic as they relied too much on calculators. By introducing VMO Vedic Math Olympiad card game to my students, I hope that they will change their perceptions about Mathematics.
.... to increase my daughter's understanding and interest in mathematics.
...my children, their maths is not good and I want them to play and learn so they would be interested in maths.
.. I believe it definitely will increase my kids’ interest in Mathematics. It will make their mathematics learning stage become more attractive. It is the best way to learn Mathematics while playing the cards!
... improve my kid's mathematic skills through your fun and learning method. ...I had teach them with many methods but still can't increase their interest in mathematic. Until I learn about this!!!
…(my children) are not good with math. Is good to have this play and learn at the same time. Good bonding time too as family activity game time.
...my young toddlers have early exposure to Math in a fun and engaging way. As the game also incorporates critical thinking and strategic planning skills, this is an ideal way of learning Math. Hope this game will also revive my interest in Math again while going through the game with my children
... I love the fun and creative way it teaches Maths. ...My daughter is standard 1 this year and she tells me the subject she hates most is Maths which makes me quite upset. She has difficulty understanding and solving Maths questions given by the teacher...this card game will help to build her interest in Maths and to strengthen her ability to think, twist, solve and get solutions.
...Having a twin girls, I think it is of great deed that I could use this interactive and interesting tools in the VMO to sow the seeds from a very ripe age so that they had a fighting chance to catch up with the rest of the world in the future
...He (my child) more time play games this VMO Math Card Game will help for interest in Maths with fun game.
... creates more interactive & bonding time within the family. I believe it is not only good for kids, we ourselves will also gain the benefits & improve our reaction & response to resolve the calculations. I believe VMO is one of the best way to learn Mathematics while playing the cards!
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