From CribBob to Cribbage Math Camp 1


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Product Description

No club scheduled at this time.

  • What: This is a parent/child club to learn the classic card game Cribbage by starting with CribBob (a step by step child version of Cribbage) created by Cindy Pray, retired Adams 12 elementary school teacher and math trainer, and transitioning to Cribbage by the end of the six session math camp. Participants will learn/use mental math strategies to add combinations of cards and learn strategies to score points. Points are scored for certain combinations of numbers, runs, pairs, three/four of a kind, flushes, etc. This is a fun and challenging card game that can be played for a lifetime. Cindy’s dad taught her to play Cribbage as a child, and she continues to play it regularly with family and friends.
  • Who: Children who have completed second grade or above with average or above average math ability plus one parent
  • When: TBA, no club scheduled at this time
  • Where:

    3243 E. 123rd Ave.

    Thornton, CO 80241


  • Cost: $75 for one parent/one child team for the six session camp (no refunds given for missed sessions)


This club is limited to 8 parent/child teams, so sign up early to guarantee a spot. You will receive an email confirmation and receipt. If the class is full, contact Cindy at to get on a waiting list. We may be able to add additional classes.

2 reviews for From CribBob to Cribbage Math Camp 1

  1. 5 out of 5


    This is such a fun and wonderful experience for kids and really enhances their knowledge and quick math skills. Cindy has come up with fun and easy ways to teach kids these fundamentals in a really fun way! We love to play Crib Bob and are working toward playing cribbage more often to solidify the math skills. I would recommend this club to anyone wanting to help their kids be a math wiz! My 8 year old enjoyed it!! And so did I!

  2. 5 out of 5


    Cindy is an amazing teacher whose love for math is infectious! She inspires the kids to think about different ways to solve math problems and then “makes it fun” by engaging the kids in the game of cribbage. This is an excellent activity for all kids, and I would encourage everyone to learn Cindy’s approach to cribbage! My 7-year old daughter loved it!

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