6 years & up. It's interactive learning fun, with an all-new look ! Press the sleek, silver Hot Dots® Talking Pen to an answer dot on any Hot Dots® or Hot Dots® Jr. question for instantaneous visual and audio feedback! Features 17 speech and sound effects and flashing lights. Compatible to all Hot Dots® and Hot Dots® Jr. sets. Pen requires 2 AAA batteries each (not included).
Convenient storage chart keeps materials organized and ready for student use. Has 35 individual 3.75' x 4' clear numbered pockets. Tough nylon chart features reinforced metal grommets for hanging. Perfect for storing calculators, cell phones, headphones, etc. Calculators not included.
This 10 piece see-through set is perfect for little hands to learn how to write numbers on a light table and also great for tracing exercises. Each number measures 2"W x 3"H with raised edges and arrows showing the direction of how each one is drawn.
Build the home-school connection to prepare for Kindergarten! Studies show that parent and family involvement with school is an important factor in children's later academic success. Many families of young children want to learn ways to support their little ones in preparing for and getting the most out of kindergarten. With easy-to-share parent letters and simple, fun activities for families to do together at home, Kick-Start Kindergarten Readiness is the perfect tool for early childhood teachers… More »
Eco-calculator with dual power, both solar and battery. 8-digit big number display. Energy saving auto shut-off functionality if not used for over 7 minutes. Ideal handheld size. Measures 4"H x 2 1/2"W. Color may vary.
PreK & up. Unifix® Cubes are great for teaching young learners about numbers, patterns, place value, operations and early fractions. This colorful set of cubes come in 10 standard colors. This is a great starter set and Unifix® Cubes hold together firmly and come apart easily for years of use. Ten assorted colors, 100 pieces.
Play is learning! But play in the early years is endangered by the emphasis on push-down academics, mounting parental expectations, and pressures on early childhood teachers to prepare young children for the rigors of kindergarten and beyond. With all of that, gains made by play experiences, including readiness skills and social-emotional development, have fallen away. Young children learn best through play. This book helps educators understand the different types of play and the rich opportunities… More »