Awards & Reviews

Reviews

“Geometiles Gives Math a Reputation Makeover” Experts at The Toy Insider, a trusted go-to resource for parents, recommended Geometiles as a great toy that challenges young ones to creatively explore through hands-on construction and exploration. Learn more.

David McLellan of Daily Hampshire Gazette wrote an in-depth article about our debut in independent toy retailers. We’re very happy to be called “hands-on toy to make geometry a ‘snap’.” Read the full story here.

“There’s nothing more exciting for Carmel Valley math teacher Yana Mohanty than when something clicks and a student makes a connection between classroom math and the real world. Mohanty has launched her own math educational tool, Geometiles, to ensure that those clicks and connections are happening more frequently and to build excitement for a subject that sometimes struggles with a bad reputation.” We couldn’t have put it better. Learn more.

“According to OC Parenting, ” kids will have so much fun playing with these finds, they won’t even notice they are getting a good dose of education in the process.” We are excited that Geometiles made it to the ” What’s Hot – Get Smart” column! Learn more.

The Old Schoolhouse (TOS), one of the largest homeschooling magazines in the world, and we were happy to see that it recommends Geometiles as a great educational aid. Here’s an excerpt: “Sometimes it’s difficult to find educational entertainment for a middle-schooler, so you can imagine how pleased I was to see (my daughter) getting (Geometiles) out all on her own and putting her mind to work!” Read the review.

Did you know that a growing body of research links spatial reasoning with future success in other academic pursuits far beyond mathematics? Learn more from this article by Yana Mohanta, Ph.D., on Getting Smart, an online hub for news, stories, and leadership on innovations in learning and teaching.

Sarah Carter, is a math teacher, one of the NPR 50 Great Teachers and the blogger behind Math=Love. We are proud that she gave Geometiles her highest recommendation. Learn more.

Geometiles received the “Raising Nerd Fav!” badge and was mentioned in the 2017 ULTIMATE STEAM GIFT GUIDE FOR THE BEST NERD GIFTS. Raising Nerd is a unique parenting blog dedicated to all the parents of current and future Nerds. Learn more.

When Math Geek Mama wrote a raving review of Geometiles, we couldn’t be happier. This math education blog run by a former math teacher and homeschooling mom is dedicated to helping teachers and parents teach math in a way that is engaging and fun. Learn more.

Mary Anne Kochenderfer is a Ph.D. educator and researcher turned mother raising four children. She blogs about ways families can learn together and recommended Geometiles as a great tool for that. Learn more.

“If your kids/class has a love/hate relationship with geometry (or maybe a hate-hate relationship), then these hands-on geometry lessons are for you,” said Brenda Priddy, a homeschooling mom, writer and blogger behind “Schooling a Monkey.” Learn why.

“Geometiles is a super neat product that makes exploring math accessible to everyone.” Learn more from Schooltime Snippets, a blog on learning and play activities for parents, teachers, home- educators, and caregivers.

Jennifer Smith Jochen has been an educator since 2003 with experience in elementary, middle school and college. Math has been her passion since a young age which no doubt resulted in her secondary math teaching career. Learn why she thinks Geometiles is a great tool for every classroom.

Colleen Kessler is a gifted specialist, educational consultant, homeschool mom of four and author of more than a dozen books for teachers, parents, and kids. She thinks that Geometiles are “really great — for reluctant and eager little mathematicians.” Learn more

Trois Filles Autrement are three teachers from Montreal who teach in a school that uses no textbooks. They have had to come up with their own educational materials, which they share in their popular blog. “We had already tested other similar tools and they did not assemble as easily [as Geometiles]”, say Trois Filles Autrement. Learn more.


Awards

Academics’ Choice Brain Toy Award, a prestigious seal of educational quality, reserved only for the best learning tools that stimulate the mind, and provide potential for the student to fully develop higher order thinking skills. The Academics’ Choice Advisory Board consists of leading thinkers and graduates from Princeton, Harvard, George Washington University, and other reputable educational institutions.

The Tillywig Awards Program delivers to consumers, retailers, and the media information on the best educational products available in today’s marketplace.  Awards are given on the basis of group tests. The BRAIN CHILD category focuses on “Exciting products that energize the mind while seamlessly blending fun and learning.”

Creative Child Magazine is a national bi-monthly publication providing parents with the latest information on ways to foster their child’s creativity. The Creative Child Magazine’s Awards Program is unique in that all items are reviewed by a committee of three groups: parents, educators and professionals — winners are selected by the very people who purchase the products.

Creative Child Magazine is a national bi-monthly publication providing parents with the latest information on ways to foster their child’s creativity. The Creative Child Magazine’s Awards Program is unique in that all items are reviewed by a committee of three groups: parents, educators and professionals — winners are selected by the very people who purchase the products.

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