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Grade 1&2 Addition and Subtraction
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CARD FEATURES Set includes 91 game cards ( 40 subtraction cards, 40 addition cards, 4 unicorn cards, 4 gremlin cards, 2 answer cards, 1 instruction card)  For ages 6 and up Learn and practice addition and subtraction facts to 20.  Big, bold, bright numbers are easy to read and focus on. Develop speed, accuracy, and confidence. Portable and perfect for on-the-go learning! 
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Kindergarten Addition and Subtra...
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CARD FEATURES Set includes 91 game cards ( 40 subtraction cards, 40 addition cards, 4 unicorn cards, 4 gremlin cards, 2 answer cards, 1 instruction card)  For ages 3 and up Learn and practice addition and subtraction facts to 10.  Big, bold, bright numbers are easy to read and focus on. Develop speed, accuracy, and confidence. Portable and perfect for on-the-go learning!
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ABC’s ( Learn Uppercase and Lowe...
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CARD FEATURES 62 Cards ( 26 uppercase letters, 26 lowercase letters, 2 instruction cards, 4 gremlin cards, 4 unicorn cards). For ages 3 and up.- 2 games included! Colorful and bright illustrations. Big easy-to-read letters and corresponding pictures. Teaches uppercase and lowercase letters
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Numbers and Counting
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CARD FEATURES Set includes 50 cards ( 20 counting picture cards, 20 number cards, 4 unicorn cards, 4 gremlin cards, 2 instruction cards. - 2 games included!  For ages 4 and up Practice counting, numerical order, and identifying number words. Includes numbers 0 to 20 Develop speed, accuracy, and confidence. Perfect for on-the-go learning!
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The Vocabulary Game
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There are several reasons why learning vocabulary words is important for kids. Here are five of them: Communication skills: Vocabulary forms the foundation of communication. Building a wide range of vocabulary words allows kids to express themselves more effectively, both verbally and in writing. Reading comprehension: Understanding vocabulary words is crucial for understanding written texts. A robust vocabulary facilitates reading comprehension and helps children interpret the meaning of the text accurately. Academic success: Many subjects across the curriculum require a strong vocabulary base. Science, social studies, and literature often contain specialized terms that are essential to fully grasp the concepts being taught. Confidence: Having an extensive vocabulary gives children more confidence when expressing themselves, participating in discussions, or presenting their ideas in front of others. Critical thinking: Vocabulary is closely linked to critical thinking skills. Knowing a variety of words helps children analyze and evaluate information more effectively, enhancing their problem-solving abilities. Developing a diverse vocabulary at a young age can benefit children in various aspects of their lives, including communication, academic performance, confidence, reading comprehension, and critical thinking skills.

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