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What’s worse than rain on a perfect day? It’s the lack of a good thing or a productive thing to do. Nowadays, children, instead of having to play educational board games would rather spend their time playing with their top of the line gaming console or their latest handheld portable game devices. Though there is nothing wrong with these advancements in technology we have to pay a certain price that some people are not even aware of.
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Keeping samples together with records of your high school students work is an essential factor of planning for college. Our recall is not always the greatest and being able to remember what your child did as a freshman could end… Continue reading

  • 2-4 players
  • ages 6 and up
  • 45 minutes
  • Games Magazine Award: Best Family Game Runner-up 2007
  • Mensa Best Mind Game Award Winner 2007; Major Fun Award Winner 2007

Our tactile wooden block game combines the logic and strategy of Set®… Continue reading

  • Includes 1 game board, 199 game cards, 400 questions and 99 fun facts
  • Also included are 1 decoder, 8 game characters, 1 die, 16 level cards and 1 compass card
  • Winner of the Dr. Toy 100 best children’s products

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Are Interactive Whiteboards really helpful in Classroom Education, Corporate Systems and Broadcasting Studios? A lot more questions are puzzling our minds. So, Let just try to find it out….

An interactive display which connects a computer to the projector is… Continue reading

  • Two target dice and three scoring dice
  • Lesson booklet
  • Game-go storage bag
  • Teaches mental math skills
  • For ages 8 years and above

Introducing the most flexible, competitive math game ever invented! Players use combinations of operations including: addition, subtraction, multiplication,… Continue reading

 

 Parents nowadays prefer sophisticated toys with mental development purposes, when it comes to buying toys for their children. In fact, reinforces this type of toy analytical skills, improved crawling, walking and speaking, accelerated learning, and increases response time.… Continue reading

  • Ages 8 and up

Quick! Find a state that ends with the letter A. Now find one that borders Tennessee. Have fun learning about the United States in this madcap game of observation and quick reflexes. Collect cards by matching… Continue reading

  • Five different games included
  • Young children use as a puzzle
  • Helps older kids learn anatomy
  • Fun and educational
  • For 2-4 players

Grades K – 3. Discover incredible facts about the human body and learn how it works. Includes everything needed… Continue reading

If your third grader needs help with math, there are many useful tools that can downloaded directly from the computer. Math is a subject that is best taught with visual aids, making the lessons more tangible for students. Third grade… Continue reading

  • The pressure’s on with this addictive word-making game
  • This fast-paced game packs a world of colorful word-powered fun inside its compact tin case
  • Tri – Words is perfect for classroom game centers, vacations, or family nights at home – For… Continue reading