You have no items in your shopping cart.

Search
Position
Set Descending Direction

Grid List

10 per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4

Items 1 to 10 of 31 total

  1. Sorting Circles

    $15.00

    4 yrs. & up. Children can develop strong analytical skills across all curriculums with these versatile circle organizers. Students can group items or concepts with similar and different attributes by making circles into a Venn diagram or other visual tools. Set of six collapsible circles includes two each color in red, blue and yellow. Size: 20” D.

    Learn More
  2. Self-Correcting Alphabet Letter Puzzle

    $15.00

    4 yrs. & up. Match the wooden puzzle pairs to learn letters! This letter set features every letter of the alphabet, with a matching puzzle piece to illustrate the concept behind the character. Every cut within a set is unique - so each letter or number has only one vocabulary piece that will fit.

    Learn More
  3. Braille Alphabet Letters

    $36.00

    2 yrs. & up. Each of these twenty-six domino-like, soft squishy tiles feature fuzzy bumps that make up a letter of the alphabet on the bottom half and the corresponding braille symbol on the top half. Includes one tile to match each of the 26 letters of the alphabet, these braille tiles encourage sensory exploration, tactile learning, alphabet learning, and offer a wider perspective of the world.

    Learn More
  4. Time Timer Plus

    $44.00

    3 yrs. & up. Time Timer Plus - The bright red dial is ideal for providing children and teachers visual cues for tracking time. The timer is used for teaching children the concept of elapsed time, managing the stress of transitions by showing “how much longer”, empowering teachers to teach instead of constantly monitoring behavior and increase performance on tests in the classroom.

    Learn More
  5. Low Classroom Lounge Chair

    $243.00

    This low lounger is a teachers dream! This chair makes a great addition to the classroom as a comfortable seating option for teachers during circle time, sitting on the carpet, or a fun seating option for kids during play time! Made of sturdy phthalate-free plastic. Molded on an incline with a Velcro attached vinyl padded cushion for added comfort. Cushion can be easy detached from the base for cleaning.

    Learn More
  6. Crayola® Palm Grip Crayons

    $15.00

    12 mos. & up. These palm grip, scribble egg crayons are a set of 6 colors with an to easy-to-grip shape made for little hands! These eggs are art tools made to outlast toddlerhood! Includes a red, yellow, blue, purple, orange and green egg crayon.

    Learn More
  7. Crayon Rocks in a Box

    $36.00
    3 yrs. & up. 32 crayons in summer, spring, fall and winter colors (1 of each color): red, pink, blue, sky, green, grass, egg yolk yellow, sunshine yellow, orange, peach, purple, light purple, brown, tan, black, gray, white, strawberry cream, honey wheat, tree bark, coffee, rose red, magenta, periwinkle, turquoise, aqua, pumpkin spice, cranberry, spruce, autumn green, silver and gold in a sturdy box with a slide top. Learn More
  8. Light Cube

    $299.00

    4 yrs. & up. Light bulb moments abound at the touch of a button! The cube is the perfect size for individual and small group play. Young learners can stand or kneel at the cube and engage in focused, quiet play and the easy-to-clean surface is ideal for art and exploration activities both indoors and outdoors. The sturdy construction, robust battery strength and long lasting LED light source are good for years of tough use.

    Learn More
  9. Light Table Accessory Set

    $60.00
    Accessory Set with 5 clear plastic trays, Counting and Stringing Rings, 12 Optical Illusion sheets, 2 Paint Pipettes, 2 Squiggle Pipettes, 8 clear vials, 3 Paint Scrapers, Animal X-Rays,14 animal x-rays, 2 human x-rays and an activity guide. Learn More
  10. Better Builders Emotion Blocks

    $48.00

    2 yrs. & up. These emotional characters feature the magnetic fun of the original ball and rod construction toy, but assembled as six dramatic play characters. The faces express six distinct emotions to which children can relate: happy, sad, angry, surprised, confused, and scared. The ability to recognize and understand these emotions and their association with colors provides invaluable depth to everyday play.

    Learn More
Position
Set Descending Direction

Grid List

10 per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4

Items 1 to 10 of 31 total