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  • Item #: 001911
    Retail: $29.99
    Rainbow Price: $22.95

    You might be asking yourself, "Why should I spend more for a toy dump truck?" and I'm going to give you a list of reasons. These trucks are durable, the kind that you might pass on to your grandchildren some day. They are made of 100% recycled plastic milk containers – no BPA, phthalates, PVC, or external coatings. This toy is safe for children ages one and up, and measures 10"x 7 ½"x 7 3/4" – a great size for little hands. No metal axles, but the wheels roll freely with a workable dumping bed. Available in both bright red/yellow and pastel pink/purple – girls like to play with trucks, too! The design has loads of appeal for little ones and is sure to be a kid-pleaser both indoors and outdoors. Proudly made in the USA.

  • Item #: 001909
    Retail: $29.99
    Rainbow Price: $22.95

    You might be asking yourself, "Why should I spend more for a toy dump truck?" and I'm going to give you a list of reasons. These trucks are durable, the kind that you might pass on to your grandchildren some day. They are made of 100% recycled plastic milk containers no BPA, phthalates, PVC, or external coatings. This toy is safe for children ages one and up, and measures 10"x 7 ½"x 7 3/4" a great size for little hands. No metal axles, but the wheels roll freely with a workable dumping bed. Available in both bright red/yellow and pastel pink/purple girls like to play with trucks, too! The design has loads of appeal for little ones and is sure to be a kid-pleaser both indoors and outdoors. Proudly made in the USA.

  • Item #: 000233
    ISBN: 9781565770133
    Retail: $17.40
    Rainbow Price: $13.05

    Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division flashcards for students who need help mastering basic math facts. Cards are intended for use with Math 54 and above. Addition and subtraction cards are double-sided, with an addition problem printed on one side and a subtraction problem printed on the other. Likewise with multiplication and division. 100 addition and subtraction cards cover single-digit addition with sums up to 18 and subtraction with differences from 0-9. 130 multiplication and division cards cover multiplication facts from 1-12 and division with quotients from 1-12. Flashcards are printed on cardstock (ten per page) and are separated by perforated edges. ~ Anh

  • Item #: 072136
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $69.95

    If you’ve never heard of him, Alan Turing was the “father of modern computing” and played a pivotal role in developing machine computing as we know it. I think he would be proud to have his namesake attached to such a brilliant teaching tool! Part programming and part logic puzzle, the Turing Tumble begins as an unassuming peg-board with slots for falling marbles; think “Plinko machine.” The goal is to turn the board into a simple computer using six marble-carrying analog equivalents of digital machinery: Ramps (direct balls down the board – circuits), Crossovers (change the direction of balls – also circuits), Bits (can be turned “left” or “right” – represent 0 or 1), Interceptors (prevent a marble from releasing more marbles – a “STOP” command), and Gears / Gear Bits (store information by being pointed “right” or “left” – a sort of register). When one marble reaches the bottom, it triggers either a Blue (left) or Red (right) marble to fall. The key to programming the Turing Tumble is controlling where these marbles end up!

    To accomplish this, a 60-puzzle activity book accompanies the board. Each puzzle is styled & illustrated as part of a simple computer program that needs solved: an Objective (“Let exactly 9 blue balls reach the end. Intercept the 10th.”), Required Output (a pattern of Blue and/or Red marbles), a Starting Setup (a clear picture of the parts which start on the board), and Available Parts (the parts you should use to accomplish the objective). The process begins with trial & error as kids figure out how each piece functions; but once they understand the correlation between “plastic pieces” and “programmable puzzle,” it becomes all about logic!

    Interwoven into the puzzle book is the story of a young space engineer who must escape an abandoned planet. Each puzzle brings her closer to rescue, seamlessly integrating the story and activity to help keep kids engaged. Perfect for learning logic, basic computing, and good, clean, screen-free fun! Includes 30 Ramps, 6 Crossovers, 10 Bits, 3 Interceptors, 4 Gears, 8 Gear Bits, 20 Red marbles, 20 Blue marbles, and 30 counterweights.

  • Item #: 059861
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $16.50

    1,2,3,4,5,6 six colorful math games in one sturdy box! Students practice numbers 1-20, 1-100, place value 0-999, and addition and subtraction skills as they play the variety of games. Numbees features a hive on the board where each hexagon on the board holds a number between 2 and 17. Players start in the middle of the board, spin the spinner to show + or 1 to 3, and then move to the appropriate spot to make their way out of the hive. 1-100 Tracks is reminiscent of a train-themed Chutes and Ladders board as players spin the spinner to move up to 9 spaces. Landing on an arrow takes you up or down by 10. The Great Snail Race has two players rolling a die to race to the finish; certain spaces allow children to add or subtract small numbers to jump. In Place Value Round Up, players roll the die and move that amount of spaces, and then round the number on their new space either up or down to the nearest ten. Each ten holds a special instruction to follow if you round to it, such as moving extra spaces forward or backwards. Number Dominoes have children match addition and subtraction facts to numerals and pictures. The last game is really more of a manipulative, holding different colored hundred, ten, and one cards on a ring, each with 1-9 in order to create numbers up to 999. The bottom card has a visible tab that has hundreds, tens, and units written on it, so students can see which number is in which place. Parents and teachers can use it to play "Guess My Number." Most pieces are made out of thick, coated cardboard to last though many uses.

  • Item #: 062864
    Retail: $29.99
    Rainbow Price: $24.99

    Rainy days? Cold weather? Children with energy to burn? Children can learn to follow directions, take turns, learn their colors & even numbers 0-10 by playing hopscotch on this darling rug from Melissa & Doug. Add cute & colorful to your room décor whether at home, in a classroom, at your church or at a daycare. You won’t roll this up and put it away. Oh no! It will stay out and inspire kids to get jumping! Measures 78.5” x 26.5”, about the size of an average hallway runner. The rubber backing keeps it from sliding when you walk or jump on it. Edges are reinforced to prevent fraying. It even comes with 2 bean bags that attach to the rug! You can come up with variations to regular hopscotch like writing simple addition/subtraction problems on a card, throw a beanbag to that number and jump to the answer. So if the card says 3+3, you jump to the #6 and back. Try throwing both beanbags on the same square! Say, “I’m thinking of a number between 2 and 8,” then give clues to your secret number. Use the colors too. Children can say or spell the color their beanbag lands on. Hop on one foot or close your eyes when you throw your bag. And whatever else you and the kids can come up with for some good fun! Activities like these are great for a young kinesthetic learner. The background is a light blue sky with clouds and a few colorful birds. The #10 is the sun and there is grass/flowers near the #1. Did I mention how cute this rug is? Machine wash cold or spot clean. 100% polyester fibers. Latex backing. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 036564
    Retail: $8.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.25

    This tool is made to be used with standard 1cm base-ten blocks to help children think of whole numbers from 1-199 in terms of hundreds, tens, and ones. The sturdy blue foam frame (11"x 7") comes with 21 number tiles (digits 0-9). Using standard base ten units, rods and flats with the number tiles helps your child picture the numbers more clearly as they place the blocks into the three sections of the frame and attach a number tile to them – a definite plus for a student who is struggling with place value as a concept. A small guide with activities and noting CCSS correlations is included in the set. Number tiles are about an inch square and 10mm thick. Base-ten blocks are not included. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 052254
    Retail: $9.99
    Rainbow Price: $9.49

    This wavy, wooden board features an adorable, colorful caterpillar. Each colored space of the caterpillar contains a peg for the matching colored gear. Place all the gears on the board and turning any one will spin them all. Board measures 14.25" x 1.75" x 6."

  • Item #: 045763
    Retail: $399.95
    Rainbow Price: $334.99

    Kit I is intended for ages 4-8, and is a complete math program for 5 years of instruction. Remember, the child sets the pace, so it can take more or less than 5 years to complete the contents of this kit. The kit includes Lesson Books 1-3, Answer Guides 1-3, Parent Guide, Volume I CD, 4" yellow foam ball, nylon bag with string tie, geared clock, assorted plastic U.S. coins, 8 crayon set, 2 standard dice, 1- and 2-cup measurers, safety mirror for symmetry work, 22"x34" cloth work mat, 3-ring binder, 0-9 set of wooden dominoes, #2 pencil, 12" clear plastic ruler, pan balance for weight comparison, set of 16 thousand cubes, set of plastic operation signs, complete number card set w/ wooden tray, base ten set, materials bank wooden tray, 8 each of 7 shape tiles, number tile set, and free downloads of consumables for 5 years. Downloads are the consumable pages for each lesson, 'Completed Worksheet' pages, and 'Review Test' scoresheets.

    CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 072565
    ISBN: 9789810117528
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $9.90

  • Item #: 072553
    ISBN: 9789810117542
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $8.50

  • Item #: 059432
    Retail: $11.99
    Rainbow Price: $10.79
    This two-sided sturdy wooden game makes learning colors fun for the little ones. With a chicken and eggs theme, children will learn their colors in English and Spanish. Each little chick is designed to fit only in its matching egg. The eggs have colors written in English on one side and Spanish on the other side. There are six colors to learn: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. This puzzle is stored in a nice sturdy 6X6 wooden tray. The little chicks and eggs are made of all-natural, sustainably-harvested rubber wood and colored with non-toxic child-safe stains. ~ Gina
  • Item #: 058804
    Retail: $24.95
    Rainbow Price: $16.37

    Think dice – just larger. These plastic 1.25" cubes have numbers or arithmetic signs rather than dots. Use them for practicing mental math skills – or as required by your math curriculum. The sixteen number cubes are light green with black numbers while the four sign (+, +, -, -, =, and =) cubes are yellow with black symbols. There are six cubes with numbers 0-5, six with numbers 4-9, two with 10-15, and 2 with 15-20. ▲CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs ~ Janice

  • Item #: 049201
    ISBN: 9781609960742
    Retail: $14.95
    Rainbow Price: $10.95

    Instead of buying different sets of flash cards for the different early learning concepts, buy them all in one set for ease of use and convenient storage. This set includes six sets of 54 flashcards for a total of 324 cards. Each 5¼"x 3¼" card is about the thickness of a regular playing card, has a glossy finish and is printed in full color. The six sets include alphabet, colors & shapes, first words, numbers, phonics, and sight words. The sets include:

    Alphabet – both upper and lower case letter cards, each having the same picture; 2 instruction cards with game ideas and skills being developed.

    Colors & Shapes – circle, rhombus, oval, rectangle, square, triangle in black, blue, brown, green, orange, purple, red, white, and yellow.

    First Words – picture and word of a recognizable objects on one side and just the word on the reverse; 1 instruction card of game ideas.

    Numbers – 0-25 and zero to twenty-five; 2 instruction cards with game suggestions like match-up, ordering, and War along with skills be developed.

    Phonics – picture on the front with picture word and 4 more words using that letter; separate cards for long and short sounds, separate cards for hard and soft c and g, and cards for blends bl, ch, cr, dr, fr, fl, gr, oo, qu, sh, sl, sn, sp, st, sw, th, tr, br, cl, gl; 2 cards of instructions for games, how to use these cards, and skills developed.

    Sight Words – 106 frequently used words and phrases (front and back of cards) and 1 card that includes a master list of all the words in the deck and instructions for "Pick the Word" game.

    All of these sets come conveniently packaged in a very sturdy box with dividers for the different decks. Use them to play games, alongside your curriculum, or just let little ones play with them as they learn. This is a very impressive collection of cards for a super reasonable price. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 044677
    ISBN: 9780977732302
    Retail: $24.95
    Rainbow Price: $19.95

    Mastery of basic math facts is the goal of this 232-page reproducible book. Unlike other books, counting and the tricks taught here are to aid in the memory of the facts, not used as a substitute. You will need a set of math flash cards to implement the program, unless you want to make up your own. You can start at Tier 1 with a beginning student or begin wherever needed with a remedial student or one who already has mastered some of the facts. There are six tiers in the book; beginning with the second, all math facts from previous tiers are reviewed. Each tier section begins with a page of instructions and information for using the worksheets within. For each math "trick," corresponding math fact cards (flashcards) are assigned. Math fact cards should be added to and practiced daily. The tiers are not organized by number sequence (first introducing all +0, then all +1 facts, etc.), but by ease of learning for children. So, in Tier 1, the following "tricks" are presented: Number +1, Doubles (1's, 2's, 5's), Backwards 1; Doubles (1's, 2's, 5's, 3's); Zero; Doubles (1-5); Doubles Subtraction; Right Next to Each Other; Doubles Subtractions; 2 Ladder. In between pages that introduce and model the tricks are review pages, making the program very incremental and "fail-proof". Text is clean, problems nicely spaced, and both horizontal and vertical forms are practiced. A Record-Keeping Checklist allows students to track their progress through the tricks and tiers. The Math Facts Baseline Recorder lists all 81 addition and subtraction facts. As facts are mastered, they are circled on this sheet.

    One of the major selling points of this book for me is that corresponding subtraction facts are introduced right alongside the addition facts, rather than treating the memorization of subtraction facts as a separate skill. In my experience, subtraction and division kind of just come along with memorizing addition and multiplication tables. The other is that it looks like it will accomplish the goal. Too often, kids don't quite master these tables and must resort to counting up, skip counting, using their fingers, or consulting a calculator. This adversely affects their computational speed which will increase their frustration and be a hindrance in timed tests. It's best to "bite the bullet" and commit these to memory. If your child is just starting into math facts, or struggling with them, I highly recommend this volume. Once you finish it, you'll be ready for Five Times Five Is Not Ten by the same author.

  • Item #: 038278
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $1.95

    Your littlest vehicle lover will love these 2 ¾" Chubbies "baby vehicles." Perfect for little hands, these durable plastic cars, trucks, tractors and airplanes come in various primary or bright pastel colors. When ordering multiples, we will assort styles and colors.

  • Item #: 030887
    Retail: $11.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.08

    Reinforce counting and early math skills in a fun and kinesthetic way using magnets. Each magnet is 1.5 x 2" with rounded corners. They come on white magnetic sheeting and you punch out the shapes. Dragonflies, hummingbirds, caterpillars, fish, frogs, ladybugs and more demonstrate numbers in a more concrete way to young learners than actual digits. Use them on a fridge, cookie sheet (for portability), file cabinet or other metal surface. Teach addition with one magnet of 3 caterpillars and one with 6 frogs. There are 10 with illustrations in groups of ten. Ten other magnets show 0-9 critters. Vinyl pouch makes for easy storage of the 20 magnets. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 030719
    Retail: $10.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.75

    Round: 3/0, 2/0, 0, 1, 3, 5; shader: 2, 6, 10; glaze: 5/8"

  • Item #: 030714
    Retail: $18.50
    Rainbow Price: $11.50

    Round: 3/0, 2/0, 0, 1, 3, 5; shader: 2, 6, and 10; fine glaze: 5/8"

  • Item #: 030713
    Retail: $6.10
    Rainbow Price: $4.75

    Detail brushes: 3/0, 2/0, 0, 1

  • Item #: 028127
    Retail: $24.95
    Rainbow Price: $12.96

    Includes a bucket house/station building (with a lid that can be used as a parking lot), 12 pieces of track, 2 ramps, 1 helicopter, 1 vehicle, 3 traffic signs and 2 working stop bars.

  • Item #: 027406
    Retail: $4.72
    Rainbow Price: $3.95

    This brush assortment is perfect for young kids or older students to use with any kind of paint. The set of 10 brushes features real wood handles and come in a nice assortment of 5 flats (#3, #1, #1/2, #1/4 and #0) and 5 rounds (#6, #5, #4, #2, and #1).

  • Item #: 022375
    ISBN: 9781933339917
    Retail: $19.95
    Rainbow Price: $12.95

    Math understanding doesn’t magically occur when a child begins their academic years – kindergarten and up. Their brains are developing from the time they are born, and you, the parent, can do things to help with that development and lay the foundation as they approach kindergarten. Games – my favorite way to teach young children! This 100-page, softcover book is full of games to help your young child develop an understanding of number concepts – counting, comparing and ordering, recognizing written numerals, and beginning addition and subtraction. You may already be doing some of the activities found in this book, but this book lays out the content in a categorized fashion. There are seven chapters – counting to five, counting to ten, numbers from zero to five, numbers from six to ten, written numerals from 0 to 10, comparing quantities and numbers, and addition and subtraction stories. This isn’t a workbook, but a great resource for parents.

    Typically, you will be able to use these activities with a child who is about 4, but you know your child best and can begin when you believe they are ready. The author suggests that you do the activities in this book in the order they are presented, take as much time as needed with each, and a questionnaire at the end of each chapter will help you determine whether your child is ready to move on. Children may progress at different rates, so be patient as you work with your child. Most importantly, have fun while incorporating these activities into your child’s day. You don’t want them to hate math before they even get going strong. The activities use items from around your home or are easily accessible. You may want to put together a math basket with the following items: 20 small counters, resource pages from the back of the book, one nickel and ten pennies, blank paper and a writing tool. Additional items that may be used occasionally are: ten small toys, four stuffed animals, small blanket, two small paper bags, two regular dice, tape, two different small objects for game tokens, two different-coloring writing utensils, toy cups, plates, spoons, and play food items, dot stickers, small food items, large index cards, and small stickers.

    Use these simple activities to solidify your child’s math foundation and only spend a few minutes a day doing so. Get them ready for kindergarten math and have fun in the process. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 004562
    Retail: $26.95
    Rainbow Price: $15.17

    This adorable 6-pin bowling set is a must for all little ones! The fabric pins and ball all have various rattle sounds in them, the pins are all flat bottomed, and the ball is weighted but soft and brightly colored. The pins portray barnyard friends and are numbered #1-6. They are just the right size for toddler's hands to grip. This is a "Parenting Media Award Winner," "Child Magazine Best Toy of the Year," and an "American Baby Magazine Best Toy of the Year" product! - Phyllis

  • Item #: 074316
    Retail: $14.95
    Rainbow Price: $11.50

    How do you create 16 simple math games with 66 cards? Using tiny polka dots, of course! This unassuming deck comes in 6 “suits” of different colors representing numbers 0-10. Each suit represents these numbers differently: characters, 10-frames, domino rows, different-sized polka dots, etc. Each game is made from using these suits together or separately: for example, PowerDot (equivalent to War) is made by shuffling several decks together and dealing 11 cards to each player. Hungry Numbers is a simpler game which involves matching a “polka dot suit” card to the appropriate “character suit” (0-5), and Dot Tens is the same concept but uses different suits of dots 0-10. Each game reinforces a different numerical concept; PowerDot demonstrates correspondence and comparative operations, while the other two reinforce counting and matching. Other games range in complexity and teach different skill sets. And of course, the cards provide an excellent base for creating your own math (and even logic) games! For 1-6 players.

    Winner of several awards, including Creating Child Magazine’s 2017 Product of the Year award and the Parent’s Choice Gold Award.

  • Item #: 024430
    ISBN: 9781591413493
    Retail: $133.45
    Rainbow Price: $87.00

    This Homeschool Kit contains a non-consumable student edition textbook, consumable tests and worksheets for one student and a solutions manual. All three components are softbound. The Student Edition Text uses a two-color page layout. Tests and Worksheets include a significant amount of fact drill practice, course tests as well as various forms for recording student progress. The Solutions Manual contains solutions to all problems in the text and tests.

    Teaching covers decimals, fractions, number lines, measurement, area, perimeter, volume, place value, solid figures, percent, ratio, unit conversion, probability, angles, coordinates.

  • Item #: 054725
    Retail: $34.99
    Rainbow Price: $25.95

    How well do you know your birds? In this game, the fewer clues you need to figure out the type of bird, the more points you'll score. The game is composed of 300 cards (at three different levels), with each card showing a photograph of the bird on one side and five clues and the name of the bird on the other. One player acts as the reader and reads the first clue to the player on their left, who is the answerer. If the answerer can name the bird after the first clue, they receive 5 points, if they need two clues, they get 4 points, etc, down to 0 points if they can't identify it. Then they become the new reader and play passes around the table. Whoever has the most points after eight rounds wins. For 2+ players.

  • Item #: 025051
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $16.49

    We like toys that aren't "one-trick ponies." Toys that are versatile enough to hold a child's interest at different ages and in different places. This one might just pass the test. It looks like a child's briefcase (9" x 8" x 3") with a hard plastic shape sorter on one side, nine brightly-colored crinkly fabric flaps on the back, a soft handle at the top, and a chunky puppy zipper pull to open it up. The nine plastic shapes are solid at the bottom and feature different textures on the top. This one is going on my list of favorite baby shower gifts! - Jess

  • Item #: 002584
    Retail: $9.00
    Rainbow Price: $8.95

    We have enjoyed drawing with Bruce McIntyre's step-by-step method and clear instruction. Drawing starts so simply that even the youngest students will be able to participate. Skills are mastered in a series of 222 drawing exercises that teach the seven basic principles of drawing: surface, size, surface lines, overlapping, shading, density, and foreshortening.