EII2759

Hot Dots Flash Cards, Multiplication Facts 0-9 - 36 per set

Accessory For Kids Reading System

Reg. Price $11.99

Our Price $9.38 Per Set

Quantity In Stock!
Creative format supports multiplication fact fluency for numbers 0 to 9
Double-sided cards can be used alone as traditional flash cards
Package doubles as storage box to easily send cards home with students
For use with Hot Dots Jr. Ace the Talking, Teaching Dog (sold separately
Recommended for students ages 6 and up
  • Additional Info
SKU
EII2759
Manufacturer
Educational Insights
Manufacturer Part Number
2759
Packaged Quantity
36 / Set
Skill Learning
Multiplication
Recommended Age
6-9 Year
Age Group
Child
Accessory For
Kids Reading System
Additional Information
  • Features double-sided flash cards that students can use on their own, with a buddy or in a group: turn cards over to self-check
  • Supports multiplication fact fluency for number 0-9
  • Package doubles as storage box for quick cleanup
Package Contents
  • Flash Cards, Multiplication Facts 0-9
  • Storage Box
Compatibility

Works with Talking Hot Dots® Pen (EI-2370)

Recycled
No
Limited Warranty
365 Day

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Hot Dots Flash Cards, Multiplication Facts 0-9 - 36 per set
 
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5.0

Perfect Resource

By Nicole

from TX

Comments about Hot Dots Flash Cards, Multiplication Facts 0-9 - 36 per set:

I absolutely love the Multiplication & Division Hot Dot Fact Cards (both sold separately)! My 3rd grader still needs a lot of practice in order to get the facts "down" and this is so much more fun than the daily fact sheets in his math workbook. These hot dot cards are more interactive than a traditional fact card where you hold them up and call out the answer. These provide instant feedback (with or without sound- the lights are a great feature on the hot dot pens). I can also see this turning into a game where two children race against each other to see who can get their stack done correctly first! Great all around. A+ in my book.

 
5.0

Hot Dots, multiplication

By Louise

from Wirral, UK

About Me Education Oriented, First Time Parent, Working Parent

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Educational
  • Engaging
  • Interactive

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Indoor
    • Older Children
    • Young Children

    Comments about Hot Dots Flash Cards, Multiplication Facts 0-9 - 36 per set:

    9/10 boy has used this and enjoyed the challenge

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