These unique 24″ inflatable balls provide an excellent way for children to practice math facts and concepts through play. Also great for organized classroom activity! 99 facts are included, all single digit numbers, with some pictures, encircle the exterior of the ball. Non-English speaking children and non-readers can successfully participate, because ‘word problems’ are in picture format.
Use the Book Review cube to initiate conversation and ask thought-provoking questions about plot, characters, and setting. Kick it. Toss it. Roll it. It doesn?t matter because this durable, sealed 7? vinyl cube will provide lots of book review fun! Grades 4-8.
A creative way for children to practice literacy skills involving books, words and punctuation within stories. Many variations of play. Includes list of game suggestions. Grades 4-6.
Double-Dutch Ropes – 30′ L – 2 pieces/set
Provides a primary presentation of the basic rock types. Includes 5 each of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, totaling 15 specimens approximately 1 1/2″ x 1 1/2″.
Lemon Twist Develop coordination, cardiovascular fitness and agility 5 5/8″ loop diameter Super strong plastic ball unbreakable ring Vinyl cord is 17″ long Set of six colors
Your Time Clever Catch Ball provides an excellent way for children, grades K – 3 to learn how to conceptualize time andhow to use it. There are 128 facts included. How many weeks are in a year? How long does it take the Earth to travel around the sun? What is this time?
Hopping Sacks classic jumping activity! Perfect for field day! 30″ x 48″ sack w/ numbers 1-6 Set of six in assorted colors
Your Pre-Algrebra Clever Catch Ball – Pre-Algebra provides an excellent way for children, grades 5 through 8, to learn and practice Pre-Algebra facts as a fun and quick game. There are 106 facts included.
Bullying Clever Catch?Bullying is a problem at today’s schools. Anger Management is a hot topic too! This Clever Catch? will help students in Grades 2-6 open up and talk about an often delicate topic. This Clever Catch? also brings topics about electronic bullying on the Internet or telephone bullying through harassment. Sample questions are: How should other students respond to a class bully Has a friend ever teased you in a way that really made you upset Did you tell them how it made you feel How do you think bullies choose their victims All answers are provided and open ended conversation topics are provided on the enclosed answer sheet. Grades 2-6.
Excellent fun for quick algebra drills. Sample questions: Simplify: 9x + 6x + 5 State and solve the equation? What is 20% of 70? How many terms are in this expression? 3x + 10y – 8
24″ inflatable ball for grades 4-6 deals with questions relating to daily life.\nIntermediate questions:\n\n * What should you do if you got locked out of your house\n\n * What should you do if a stranger is following you for a long period of time\n\n\nIntermediate background color is burgundy. Answer sheet and play instructions included.