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  • Item #: 016153
    Retail: $120.00
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    The Elementary Chemistry & Physics by Apologia uses very specific items in their labs; this kit is a great convenience to complete those labs. Bagged and labeled by lesson, the kit includes: 25ml plastic cylinder, table salt, plastic straw, turkey baster, die, bead, ping pong ball, small block of wood, cork, aluminum foil, Neodymium magnet, effervescent tablet, popcorn kernel, rubbing alcohol, flavored gelatin, wax paper, needle, pint and gallon size bags, gum, balloon, Epsom salt, Pop Rocks Candy, small paper plates, paper plate, Nerds candy, yeast, gloves, Peanut M&Ms, peroxide, borax, cornstarch, spoon, rubber band, string, bamboo skewers, Styrofoam cups, red & blue litmus paper, Mentos, steel wool, cardboard tube, thread, sugar, candle wick, thermometers, vinegar, alum, potassium nitrate, cotton swab, coffee filter, white sand, sand, dish soap, chalk, stopwatch, marbles, index card, pie pan, modeling clay, toothpick, washer, baking soda, funnel, black powder paint, Cheerios, dominoes, mirrors, prisms, bouncing ball, adhesive putty, colored cellophane pack, PVC elbows and pipe, small nail, film canister, rubbing alcohol, cooking oil, small paper cups, sandpaper, cardboard, electrical tape, 6-volt battery, insulated copper wire, small light bulbs, light bulb holders, large paper clips, paper fasteners, d-cell battery, Wint-O-Green Lifesaver, pepper packet, LED bulb, needle, bar magnet, horseshoe magnet, iron filings, compass, AA battery, lid for water bottle, bare copper wire, round magnets, 3" iron nail, paper clips pack, small board, rope, and plastic tubing. Some items used in the labs are too large to be bagged with the lesson and are found loose in the kit. Those items are marked with an asterisk on the packing list that is included. You will still need to gather some items from around your home, but this kit really takes a lot of the effort out of it. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 059861
    Retail: $19.99
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    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 #: 057077
    ISBN: 9780545703307
    Retail: $21.99
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    What sort of crazy chain reactions can you create with LEGO®? Probably more than you think! Much more elaborate than falling dominoes, this book provides instruction for building a Flag-Waving Marble Kicker, a Barbell Spinner and more in total, 9 contraptions that "swing, bounce, spring." Not only will kids have a blast putting these machines together by following the step-by-step instructions, they will also learn the physics behind the conceptsand put it to use as they mastermind their own inventions! Book includes 30 necessary specialized LEGO® pieces; kids will also need some basic LEGO bricks to complete the constructions.CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 014044
    Retail: $30.00
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    Queendomino is a stand-alone game similar to Kingdomino but with a few layers of added complexity. There are three worth noting: first, coins have been added, which allow players to purchase buildings and accrue points in a more specialized fashion. Second, a range of buildings can be purchased and built on certain domino spaces, providing points and other bonuses to players. Third, a Queen and a Dragon inhabit the kingdom, providing advantages to the players who acquire / bribe them, respectively. Queendomino can also be combined with Kingdomino for a few variations and up to 8 players!

  • Item #: 074316
    Retail: $14.95
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    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 #: 071607
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  • Item #: 066877
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    Winner of the prestigious 2017 Spiel des Jahres award (Game of the Year), this clever domino-style tile game is fantastic for families! Each player is the ruler of a small kingdom; but one crucial component is missing: land! Throughout the game, players take turns acquiring 1x2" "domino" tiles with each half representing a combination of grassland, wheat, forest, sea, or mountain. Tiles are then placed next to a player's Castle or a tile with the same landscape. When a player finishes his 5x5 kingdom, scores are counted: each type of land gains points based on its total size multiplied by the number of Crowns on the landscape. So the ultimate goal is to create the biggest landscapes with the most Crowns- but players who take better tiles (higher numbers) must pick later the following round, often preventing them from getting the perfect piece! The clever mechanics, simple premise, and colorful illustrations ensure that the whole family can get in on this delightful game! For 2-4 players; 15 minutes.

  • Item #: 047349
    ISBN: 9781936266463
    Retail: $8.99
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    These will remind you of large oversized dominoes and the concept is similar but there are differences (cards have a maximum of ten dots, for starters). These cards (4 ¾ x 7 ¾; rounded corners; black on white background) are designed to provide a pictorial approach to "making 10," i.e. number bonds. Designed to help students internalize the value of numbers and the relationships among those numbers, the dots on the cards are visual representations presented four different ways. The first set depicts the cards divided into ten sections (i.e. two columns of five each). Dots are positioned within the "frames" and progress from a card with one dot to a card with ten dots. The second set has the same progression of dots but this time with empty circles for the non-presented dots. The third set shows the same progression but with only dots on the cards. These first three sets show the dots being added from bottom to top on first the left column and then the right column. The last set of cards shows the dots being added vertically from left to right. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 018863
    ISBN: 9780913717059
    Retail: $54.99
    Rainbow Price: $53.25

    Starts teaching number facts to the earliest learners using a high-quality set of double-nine dominoes. Subtitled: Do It With Dominoes, children learn to quickly recognize numbers of dots (a great visual exercise), count backwards, and practice addition facts. Includes a teacher guide book, set of dominoes, and game board all in a heavy plastic case.

  • Item #: 004074
    Retail: $3.95
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    A sturdy, 55-piece set of black wooden dominoes to help your child learn numeration, counting, addition, subtraction, and more. Use with the Domino activity books below, or even to play "regular" dominoes!

  • Item #: 045985
    Retail: $9.99
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    From the makers of Bananagrams comes Appletters, an equally cute word-building game with a distinct dominoes flavor. Everyone starts with 8 tiles, which feel like ivory and feature a bold, red uppercase letter. The first player uses as many of their tiles as possible and builds a word in the center of the playing surface. The next player must build off of the beginning letter or ending letter of the starter word to make another word. Because players can only add to the beginnings and endings of words, as play progresses, you end up with a domino-like trail of words across the table. If players can't build a word in an available spot, they must pass and draw another tile. Like Bananagrams, there are lots of variations to make the game more interesting. The whole game is nicely packaged in a red apple bag with a zipper. Includes 110 tiles and instructions. - Jess

  • Item #: 045763
    Retail: $399.95
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    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 #: 035403
    ISBN: 9781587920400
    Retail: $3.99
    Rainbow Price: $3.50

    Enjoy fun practice with equivalent fractions as you play a fun game of dominoes! This colorful card set includes 56 two-sided cards (measuring 3 1/8" x 5 1/4"). Each card has two fractions on one side and a corresponding graphical representation of the fraction on the other. To spice things up, there area also six wild cards! Two to four players participate, and the object is to be the first player to play all of your "dominoes!" Play with either the fraction side or the picture side - you choose! A detailed instruction card is included with instructions on how to play. This activity card set will make it fun for your children to master their fraction skills! - elise

  • Item #: 031783
    Retail: $19.99
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    For additional robot hijinks, consider this set of dominoes, balls, hammers, and other interactive obstacles. Includes an activity guide.

  • Item #: 030377
    ISBN: 9781587920417
    Retail: $3.99
    Rainbow Price: $3.50

    There are a lot of spelling word games out there, but if your young speller doesn't find all that pressure and competition conducive to producing correctly spelled simple words, you might whip this out for some less hectic spelling fun. Spellominoes consists of 56 generously-sized cards, featuring a word beginning on one side, and a word ending on the other. Players take turn laying their cards down to build words, much the same way that dominoes is played. The one who plays all their cards first to form legitimate words is the winner. Directions and game variations are included.

  • Item #: 015325
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    Brightly colored wooden dominoes - 28 pcs in one of six assorted colors; sorry - no color choice. CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 014825
    ISBN: 9780806986357
    Retail: $7.95
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    I didn't even know most of these 101 card games existed, but it looks like they are all great fun! Learn secret tips of each game while also learning sportsmanship, teamwork, and even math! This book has it all - Casino, War, Card Dominoes, Stops, Rummy, Solitaire for when there is no one else around to play with, and that's just the beginning. The book opens with games that very young children can enjoy with their parents and progresses to introduce more complicated games for older players. The directions for each card game are explained clearly by Alfred Sheinwold, "one of the world's top authorities on card playing," so that both children and their parents can understand the games and rules of play. Sheinwold also gives useful tips, which you can pass on (or just keep to yourself). Black-and-white illustrations are included to show game play. Keep this one handy for family game night! 128 pgs. ~ Jon

  • Item #: TCKIK2
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  • Item #: SPNHMS
    Retail: $195.00
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  • Item #: PDMKK2
    Retail: $127.25
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      Includes geometric shapes, attribute blocks, geared teaching clock, dominoes, balance scale, student clocks, teddy bear counters, geoboard, MultiLink Cubes, pattern blocks, indoor/outdoor thermometer, color tiles, Math Set 2 – set of 8 dice, assorted play coins, desk number line 0-120, plastic ten frame set.

  • Item #: PDM1K2
    Retail: $148.82
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      Grade 1 kit includes geometric shapes, attribute blocks, geared teaching clock, base ten place value set, dominoes, student clocks, teddy bear counters, hundred number chart, MultiLink Cubes, pattern blocks, indoor/outdoor thermometer, color tiles, play paper money, dry erase marker board set, math set 2 – set of 8 dice, mixed plastic coins, compact digital scale, write-on/wipe-off desktop # line.

  • Item #: 074306
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       Go 3-D with your domino games! These colorful, flat rectangular tiles have a slot on each end and two on each side, allowing other tiles to be easily joined to them at a 90-degree angle to make sturdy connections.  The domino set contains 112 wooden pieces, with values blank through six.

  • Item #: 074305
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       Go 3-D with your domino games or periodic table! These colorful, flat rectangular tiles have a slot on each end and two on each side, allowing other tiles to be easily joined to them at a 90-degree angle to make sturdy connections.   The periodic table set is recommended for children ages 10 to 12 and contains 150 color-coded wooden pieces – 118 elements plus 32 circular connectors.  Element tiles are approx. 2.5” to 3” long and display the element’s symbol, atomic number, and atomic weight.

  • Item #: 072821
    Retail: $19.99
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    Giants have settled in your kingdom, and like all vagrants, they’re decreasing real-estate values! This expansion adds new “giant” dominoes, challenge tiles, and components for a 5th player to join in any game of Kingdomino or Queendomino. Taking a tile with a giant on it forces you to cover up a crown in your kingdom with a token, decreasing its value. If you take a tile with footsteps, you can give the token to an opponent! Additionally, end-game bonuses are replaced with “challenge tiles” for accomplishing specific goals. Requires (and compatible with) Kingdomino and Queendomino.

  • Item #: 071572
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  • Item #: 071565
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  • Item #: 066107
    Retail: $29.95
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    Be the first player to reach 200 points by making compound words from the cards. Includes 3 decks of cards, a timer, score pad & pencils for 2-8 players. Instructions are clear, and the more decks you play with, the more challenging the game!

  • Item #: 057004
    ISBN: 9781935502920
    Retail: $12.95
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    This set of 22 large cards (7 3/4" x 4 ¾") offers a pictorial approach for your young learners to learn their math facts. Each card is divided into 10 sections and dots are printed within the sections to represent a number (like dominoes). Each is a pictorial representation that helps students understand (in base 10) the bonds between numbers. This presents number concepts in a very concrete way that makes sense to young children. A card of activity suggestions is included. ~ Donna