4 years & up. This brightly colored and easy to use 5-in-1 measuring tool will be your new classroom favorite. Children can work together or individually to learn basic math concepts such as measuring distance, depth, height and width. Children will have hours of fun as the use the tool to measure anything outdoors! The easy to take a part tool includes two caliper jaws, one trundle wheel with bird footprint tread, one handle/base, one measuring stick (centimeters and inches shown), one colorful… More »
Calming, soothing bubble timers can be used as a transition tool, in science centers, for light table exploration or to relax and relieve stress. Once colored drops have tumbled to the bottom, turn bubblers over to restart the motion. Each lasts for approximately 1 minute. Made from durable acrylic and approximately 6" tall, each set of 3 timers comes in assorted styles and colors.
5 years & up. This magnetic demonstration clock helps teach time in a different and unique way, through a number line! Students will be able to recognize and understand that a clock is just a circular number line. They will be able to take the pieces apart as they begin to learn and then put them back together as they advance. Two reversible number lines are included, one for hours and one for minutes. This clock provides an easy way to go from counting to telling time. 13" magnetic demonstration… More »
5 years & up. Use this oversized magnetic set to teach students all about money. Children can learn to identify coins and bills, make change and count money with this easy to understand tool. These lightweight oversized coins and bills stick to magnetic surfaces and make classroom demonstrations easy. Set includes 10 pennies, 10 nickels, 10 dimes, 6 quarters, 5 one-dollar bills, 2 five-dollar bills, 1 ten-dollar bill, 1 twenty-dollar bill and a teacher activity guide. Coins measure 4x actual… More »
8 years & up. Math for Love presents a new take on multiplication flash cards with Multiplication By Heart. It's a deeper, more connected, more visual way to learn, so you understand what the equations mean, as well as how to get the right answer. Take advantage of the science of memory to make sure you're actually getting the facts down, accurately and quickly. Games, puzzles, and explorations take the learning further.