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Students need lots of practice when learning to use irregular past tense verbs correctly.
I or me? We or us? He or him? Which pronoun should you use in this sentence? 120 Pronoun Fill-in Sentence Cards Super Fun Deck has 120 fill-in-the-blank, illustrated sentence cards to help students learn the proper use of subjective, objective, possessive, and reflexive pronouns. Players read the cards and then choose the pronouns that match the illustrations. As an option, players can use the Pronoun Cue Cards to help them select the correct pronouns.
Fast and Fun Number Crunchin’!
It’s a race to get rid of your cards! Players add or subtract 1, 2, or 3 to the number on card pile to see if they have a card that can be played next. Sounds easy, but with everyone racing and playing cards, the numbers are always changing!
Webber Articulation Cards
- 64 cards per deck (32 pairs) (3¼” x 4¼”)
- Target sounds in initial position only
This slant board collapses to a thickness of just 3/4″ AND is very, very light! Great for travelling (from home to school, class to class, etc.) and can easily be stacked and stored in a classroom.
Learning to count and add/subtract is one of the first things children will do when they enter school years, and is a key component of Early Years/Foundation stage education. This First Maths set has been designed to support this stage by helping children to learn in a way which makes it as much fun as it is educational.
This set includes magnetic picture pieces, a sums board, numbers and a counting board so that there are various visual aids to support and stimulate. Children can count pictures of familiar items like bananas or cars, which, by using fun illustrations, make it a more playful exercise than using numbers alone, and the inclusion of a dry-wipe pen to copy numbers helps make this an activity that can be repeated over and over again.
Turning education into a fun activity can really help children to master basic literacy and numeracy much more quickly, be it at home or in the classroom. This new magnetic first writing set has been designed to do just that, to make learning an interactive experience and a bit of fun too.
The read and write letters and words pack is perfect for children in the Early Years/Foundation stage of the curriculum, those who are just starting out on their educational journey. Matching letters with pictures, and learning the alphabet are made much easier when correcting any mistakes can be done instantly and in a way that encourages children to try again as many times as it takes.
Oi! Magnetic Phonics – the perfect companion to the extremely popular Oi Books series by Kes Gray & Jim Field.
Match grapheme (phonic piece) with pictures and/or words.
Place a grapheme on the board and write other words which include the same phonic sound.
Place picture pieces on the board and write the matching words. Find the correct word pieces and check the spelling.
Place 5 word pieces on the board and write down the words or sentences including those words.
Use word pieces for segmenting and blending.
Suitable for 3 – 6 years old.
Designed in conjunction with an educational expert to make learning the phonic sounds fun and engaging for the child. Not just a collection of words, but an all-round resource with fun pictures to match to the words and a dry wipe board to write more words and sentences. Use the board and pen to compose other words with the phonic pieces.
The Maths Game – FUN practice on the go!
Goal: collect the greatest number of smileys.
How to Play: Each player throws a die, the one with the highest number begins. The first player rolls the dice to create a two-digit number. For example, if a 3 and a 1 is rolled the number to be played is either 31 or 13. Using the magnet in the bank, the player needs to formulate a maths equation that the result equals the selected 2 digit number. If correct the player gets a smiley face. As the game progresses the games becomes more challenging – if the formula cannot be made the game ends.