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MSRP: $14.99Age Range: 4 and upSpecialty: Yes (as of 2013)Gender: Boys And Girls
Teach sequencing and ordinal numbers. Pictures on front, words and numbers on back. Format adapts to abilities and features self-checking pieces for independent learning. Two-sided, 3-piece puzzles. 15 puzzles/45 pieces.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 36018 (added 1/18/2013)
MSRP: $8.49Age Range: 9 to 11Specialty: Yes (as of 2010)SKU or Item #: T-53106Gender: Boys And Girls
Fun activities and helpful tips make learning division easier. Great for test prep and review. Cards are self-checking, colorful, durable, and feature rounded corners for quick sorting. 99 cards.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28702 (added 5/28/2010)
MSRP: $2.99Age Range: 5 to 7Target Age Range: 5 to 7SKU or Item #: T-23004Gender: Boys And Girls
Teacher-created, child-tested cards are ideal for reinforcing basic skills at home or school. Handy 3 1/8" x 5 1/4" size makes these 56 cards great for travel. Set includes activity ideas to challenge growing skill levels. Cards feature rounded corners for quick sorting.
— This product is a best seller at Neely's
in South L.A.
— In a November 2011 survey about educational items, Stephanie Dupuy of Playville in Covington, La., told TDmonthly
that "For general parents," their best selling item "would be flashcards by Trend," which they sell 48 units of each month.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28698 (added 5/28/2010)
Worried that your child will not be prepared for the real world of math? Try this game out. Kids learn smart consumerism at the shopping mall as they practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
— This fun-filled game builds money math skills and involves all players at every turn. Question cards feature two difficulty levels, allowing up to four players of different skill levels to play together.
— “It’s a hoot,” explained Ashok Gupta Kumaar, father of five daughters. “I use this as a fun object lesson when teaching my girls about the pitfalls of capitalism and the strengths and weaknesses of various economic polices. Then we smile and just have fun.”
— The game comes with a durable 17" x 22" game board, 120 cards with 240 questions, six shopping lists, three two-sided shopping scenes, 25 "Impulse" cards, 32 "Buy-it" disks, four pawns and a pair of dice.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4392 (added 8/31/2005)
Bring marine life into your drawing book with Sea Life Stencils, a creative way to enhance hand-eye coordination and make amazing artwork that can be colored in with crayons or paint. The set includes twelve different stencils in a sturdy, snap-closure portable storage bag.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 1858 (added 12/10/2004)