A game to work on answering simple questions in French. There are 15 "Where is?" cards, 15 "What is that?" cards, 10 "Who is that?" cards, 10 "What is he or she doing?" cards, four sets of five "Look everywhere" cards and four playing boards with different scenes upon them. This game is in the form of a seek and find activity.
A deck of 24 pairs of cards that are written in French. The first card (A) of a pair illustrates a scene with the question "What will happen?" or "What does he/she want to do?" typed below. The second card (B) of a pair shows a scene that answers the question posed in the first, with the response found below. The goal of this task is to infer the hidden answers.
A deck of 48 cards to work on inferencing the reason behind the various emotions that are presented within the different illustrations. The answers are located at the bottom of each card in French.
A deck of 48 cards with different scenes that each have something strange presented on them. The goal is to find out what is wrong and state what the correction should be. These cards are written in French.
The Time Timer 3 is a 60-minute timer ideal to learn and improve time management. This tool was designed to visually illustrate the time spent on a given task. At a glance, it helps conquer time and increase productivity by segmenting activities.
This kit includes 1 atomic stress ball, 1 boink, 1 "Fidget Phone", 1 Tangle, and 1 Curly Pop Dragon
This kit includes 1 Bendy Man, 1 Wood Fidget Puzzle, 1 "Fidget For Your Digits", 1 Peekaboo Sloth, and 1 Green Theraband.
Sensory-based tool for helping students learn proper uppercase letter formation. Children use the magnetic stylus to follow each letter’s directional arrows, pulling the beads up to the surface to form the uppercase alphabet one letter at a time. They “erase” the board by pushing down on the beads with the tip of a finger or swiping with the stylus.
Using the magnetic stylus, children follow the arrows to pull the beads up to the surface to make numbers and shapes. In doing this, they feel the pull of the magnets, hear their clicking sound, and see what they are drawing. The beads are magically “erased” when pushed down by the tip of a finger or the swipe of the side of the stylus.
A handmade educational task made up of one laminated printed sheet with a grid of nine squares that each have a different coloured (purple, orange, green, light blue, yellow, red, gray, pink and a darker blue) image of a hen with a brown nest. There are nine coloured card stock eggs to associate to the corresponding hen. A strip of Velcro is located at the bottom of the sheet to store the "eggs".
A handmade educational task made up of four black containers that each have a different red shape (circle, square, triangle, star) attached at the base. There are 24 red laminated shapes (six of each) to sort into the corresponding container.