Dragon’s features.

It took me a long time to decide the features for the dragons and I hope this will work. Odd number dragons will be snaky, kind of like the Chinese dragon. Even number dragons will stand on four legs. The number dragons from 1-10 will be baby dragons coming out of their egg. (this is not exactly a feature, but is cute and fun) Dragon numbers divided by 3 will have one horn. Numbers divided by 6 will have 2 horns. Numbers divided by 9 will have three horns. Numbers divided by 4 will have wings Numbers divided by 5 will have ears (according to my son that’s crazy because all dragons have ears, but we are keeping it for now due to the lack of ideas and making it visible or big ears) Numbers divided by 7 have pointy tails. Numbers divided by 8 have a mane. I like this one! Numbers divided by 10 have two heads. So that’s it. Tomorrow we start... Read More

Dragons and factors.

I really like the idea of dragons having different features based on their factors. For example, numbers/ dragons divided by three will have horns, numbers/ dragons divided by 2 will have wings and so on. Since most of the numbers/ dragons have more than two factors the dragons might come out to be interesting or just weird! Let’s... Read More


These are our first ideas for the spells. One spell for every number. You combine (multiply) two spells to get the dragon.... Read More


We finally decided the characters of the game. DRAGONS! Colorful, beautiful dragons with different features based on their factors. My sons agreed for the dragons once I promised that they will be vicious and aggressive and not cute and cuddly like my characters usually are:) I cannot wait to start creating the dragons. But first I need to figure out the features thing. So the answer cards are dragons but what about the number cards? What do you use to get dragons? Spells! We thought that you could be a wizard that uses his spells to get the dragons. Now we need pictures for the spell for every number. Good progress for... Read More

Including a times table.

Today I was thinking that we need to include a times table as part of the game, to help the children that haven’t memorized the tables fully yet. I always let my son peek at the table when he cannot remember the answer and now he needs it less every time. Maybe we can have two or four small ones with the... Read More