LRNLER1100

Learning Resources Hip Hoppin Hundred Mat (LER1100)

Theme/Subject: Learning - Skill Learning: Number, Counting, Pattern Matching, Place Value, Problem Solving

Reg. Price $34.99

Our Price $29.86 Each

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Reinforces hundreds concepts, counting, number patterns and more
Double-sided, color-coded number frames help focus attention
Inflatable cubes can be used to play fun, interactive games
Engages range of kinesthetic learners with attractive age-neutral design
For children ages 5 and up
  • Additional Info
SKU
LRNLER1100
Manufacturer
Learning Resources
Manufacturer Part Number
LER1100-
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Product Type
Educational Toy
Skill Learning
Number
Theme/Subject
Learning
Features
Double-sided
Choking Hazard Balloon
No
Choking Hazard
Yes
Package Contents
  • 2 x Inflatable Cubes for Numerals 1-6
  • 54 x Frames
  • Activity Guide with Interventions
  • Wipe-clean Vinyl Mat

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Learning Resources Hip Hoppin Hundred Mat (LER1100)
 
2.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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1.0

Not worth the money

By Ahuen

from Nebraska

About Me Education Oriented

Pros

    Cons

    • Cheaply Made
    • Poor Design

    Best Uses

      Comments about Learning Resources Hip Hoppin Hundred Mat (LER1100):

      Upon receiving both dice were unusable, as the mouth piece used to blow them up wasn't actually attached to the dice. After I was sort of able to glue them enough so they could be blown up, my Kindergarten students quickly pointed out that they were unable to roll numbers with 0's or numbers above 66. I and my students are very disappointed in the the quality and design of the product and would not recommend at all.

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      • No
       
      5.0

      I would buy this again

      By Stephanie

      from Washington state

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy Assembly
      • Entertaining
      • Fun
      • Interactive
      • Realistic

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Group Activity
        • Indoor
        • Young Children

        Comments about Learning Resources Hip Hoppin Hundred Mat (LER1100):

        Great for differentiation

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Good idea but awful quality!

        By Su

        from Boston MA

        Pros

          Cons

          • Cheaply Made

          Best Uses

            Comments about Learning Resources Hip Hoppin Hundred Mat (LER1100):

            The plastic used is so thin that it's not fit for purpose! One of the die was broken on receiving it and I still haven't managed to get a replacement as of yet. The 2 nd die lasted about 10 minutes of gentle play.

            My other issue was that I was hoping to teach my younger son numbers with this but you don't get a die with 7 , 8 or 9 on it so you can only teach up to 60

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Pretty good!

            By At home teacher

            from Minnesota

            About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Durable
            • Educational
            • Engaging
            • Interactive
            • Lots of Fun

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Indoor
              • Young Children

              Comments about Learning Resources Hip Hoppin Hundred Mat (LER1100):

              My 3 year old loves to walk all over and find the numbers. I have two small issues, as a licensed teacher. First, the tens (10, 20, 30, etc.) are at the end of the row instead of the beginning. So, it is not as convenient to teach the patterns associated with those numbers and the rows that they are in. Second, the blow up dice each only are 1 to 6. So, if you are wanting to roll numbers (like an 8 and a 5 to make 85 for your preschooler to go find and stand on) you can't. You can only roll up to 66 out of the 100. Otherwise, my preschooler is quite engaged with this and loves to get it out and "play" :o) Little does she know she's actually learning! Ha ha ha!

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