5 years & up. This big, bright set of 10 shapes invites students to explore geometry. Shapes have a common three-inch dimension to illustrate relationships between area, volume, shape, form and size. Plastic shapes include cone, sphere, hemisphere, cube, cylinder, rectangular prism, hexagonal prism, triangular prism, square pyramid and triangular pyramid. Activity guide included.
3 years & up. Children will giggle as they build the pyramid of elephants and watch what happens. Children learn to count by as they roll the dice and learn how many elephants they need to add to the pyramid. For 1-4 players.
5 years & up. This smaller version of our Attribute Blocks Giant Set (item #47897) is ideal for individual or group study in a smaller work area. Set of 60 poly blocks in five geometric shapes, three colors, two sizes, and two thicknesses. Perfect for classification, sorting, matching, and logic activities. Shapes measure from 1.25" - 3".
Grades 1 & up. These versatile flexible plastic clock dials with movable hands and digital window are ideal for all classroom time activities. Clock face is 4.5" diameter. Measures 5 x 6.5" overall. Set of five clocks.
PreK Journals: 3 - 4 years. Kindergarten Journals: 5 - 8 years. The PreK journals will help early learners master the numbers 0-10 and seven 2D shapes. The Kindergarten journals will help early learners master the numbers 0-20 and five 3D shapes. The FREE mobile app makes this journal come alive for an engaging and interactive experience in the classroom or at home! Early learners now have a fun way to demonstrate their growing understanding of numbers, counting, and shapes. Available individually,… More »
3 - 6 years. Letters, Numbers, Shapes, and Animals will come alive in 3D on your tablet or smartphone with these activity books and a free mobile app! One "My Letters alive® Journal" and one "My Math alive® Journal" are included. Available as a Pre-K or Kindergarten set.
4 - 6 years. As cousins line up by age for their picture, and say "Sassafras", something goes wrong every time! This picture-perfect tale of family fun illustrates the important math concept of number order and is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling.