Card Deck - Corners

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Corner cards each have four colored numbers between 1 and 10 along the sides. There are 50 corner cards, no two alike. Card color may vary. Cards used to play games from the Math Card Games book.


warning-sign-small.jpg WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD! Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

  • Corners

    Posted by Lisa Schmidt on 23rd May 2022

    My kids' favorite game!

  • Corners

    Posted by PNG on 18th Mar 2022

    We love this game. Bought a second deck to play bigger games. We like to play it with multiples of 5, 4 or even 3. So much fun trying to find double and even triple matches.

  • Card Deck - Corners
    Card Deck - Corners

    Posted by Dawn Harris on 15th Dec 2021

    We received a deck of corners cards when my children began RightStart. They love playing the game so much we purchased a second set to allow an even longer and larger game. So much fun and has helped me polish up my math skills, too. The best part is my children request to play this game. It is not just a "have-to" with our home school lessons. That's the best I could hope for! Highly recommend!

  • Math

    Posted by Elizabeth on 9th Nov 2021

    We love the corners cards. My son looked forward to playing during homeschool and I bought extra decks and his 2nd grade teachers used them now in her class for one of the math rotations.

  • Worth getting a new deck
    Worth getting a new deck

    Posted by Kristin on 7th Oct 2020

    So I bought my first manipulative kit on consignment, and even though it had a corners card deck, a few of the cards were missing. A couple years later, I am still using RS and decided to splurge on a new deck. Worth it!! The corners game and it’s variations are some of the best games from the curriculum. We have three kids playing, so now more cards are helping people not to wait for their turn:). If you don’t have a complete deck, feel free to add that into your order next time you make a purchase!

  • Funnest Game
    Funnest Game

    Posted by Rebecca Beck on 25th Aug 2016

    My son loves to play Corners. There are so many different ways to play the game to make math fun and interesting. For him it is all about the competition of winning, so he has to think hard to beat his mom!