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Hector’s Nectar


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Ages 4+Players 2-4Addition in 2s, 5s and 10s

Help Hector collect his nectar in this deliciously fun, mathematical card game.

  • Have fun learning to count in 2s, 5s and 10s with this scrumptious mathematical card game.
  • Count the bees, collect your treats, but watch out for the mischievous twist!
  • Develops competence in addition; introduces multiples in preparation for learning the 2, 5 and 10 Times Tables.
  • Designed by teachers to support the KS1 maths curriculum.

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Hector’s discovered a scrumptious source of nectar and his waggle dance will show the other bees how to find it. But they’re not very good at directions and keep getting lost!

Can you help Hector count the bees into their hives as they bring the nectar back? Hector will need his bee friends to help make his yummy honey, delicious honey cake and luscious chocolate honeycomb for everyone to enjoy!

Made in the UK using eco-friendly FSC cardstock. Our playing cards are sustainably printed with vegetable based inks using a solar powered printing press.

This product is CE and UKCA certified and approved. Not suitable for children under 3 years old; contains small parts that could be a choking hazard. Use under direct supervision of an adult.

3 reviews for Hector’s Nectar

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  1. Rosie Seager

    Very clever way to interest young children in maths. Great fun and includes and easier version for younger children. Lovely illustrations too. We have lots of laughs when someone gets the Nectar Inspector and has to put their bees back.

  2. Joanne

    Great family fun, it’s become one of our favourite games! The illustrations are brilliant. The game is simple to grasp for all ages and its a bonus that it’s educational! It’s also nice and compact to pop in your bag for a weekend away to kept everyone entertained.

  3. Ed Greenham

    Brilliant little game and great fun. We played it during lockdown with my daughter who is nearly 6. She was struggling with basic maths and it really helped her. She enjoys collecting the bees and asks to play it every day, except she gets super competitive with her older brother. Highly recommend!

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