8 years & up. Part luck, part brains! Ultimo is a quick, thought-provoking game that begins with 15 dice separated into groups of five and players strategically take 1, 2, or 3 dice each play. Win the game by being the first player to get the gold die but there is a catch... you can't take it until the last play of the game. Designed for two players. Colors will vary. Included: 15 Dice (14 in One Color, 1 Gold) and Instructions.
3 years & up. Help children learn counting and sorting, shape and space, pre-algebra, measurement and data with these educational sets. The Connecting Camels include 96 camels in three sizes, three weights (5g, 10g, 15g) and six colors. Connect the camels together to explore cyclic patterns, perimeters and measuring. The Sequencing Cards are a set of twenty laminated cards which include teacher's notes for suggested extension activities (does not include camels). Available separately or as a complete set.
Grades K & up. Easily demonstrate base-ten number concepts on the whiteboard! Giant magnetic Ten-Frames and colorful discs allow students and teachers to engage with base ten and other number and operations skills (addition and subtraction) as a group. Set includes 4 magnetic frames, 40 discs (20 green, 20 blue) and Instruction Guide. Frames measure 2.75"L x 5"H.
Grades K & up. Get a handle on early math skills! These double-sided, interactive write & wipe boards are designed to demonstrate fact family relationships. One side features a blank number bond and the reverse is for writing fact families. Great for building addition and subtraction skills, number relationships, and part-part-whole relationships. Boards measure 6.25"L x 6.25"H.
3 years & up. Set of 14 laser cut double-sided mirror numbers from 0 to 9, including two styles of the numbers 4 and 7 and an additional 1 and 0. Made from highly reflective acrylic. A sensory manipulative for children to experience as they feel, see, play with and trace around. Perfect for light play and sand and water experiences. All pieces come with a small hole at the top so they can be strung up to create mobile displays.