Learning Resources Kid Learning Kit

Theme/Subject: Learning - Skill Learning: Mathematics, Geometry, Measurement, Counting - 6 Pieces

Reg. Price $160.99

Our Price $124.46 Each

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Provides essential tools to start achieving goals of the CCSS
Fun bug-themed products are conveniently bundled into one great set
Includes math activity set, counting frame, geometry activity set and more
Designed for kindergarteners
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Learning Resources
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Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Recommended Age
Skill Learning
Package Contents
  • 100 Ant Picnic™ Math Activity Set
  • Buggy Beads™ Counting Frame
  • Shapes Don't Bug Me™ Geometry Activity Set
  • Buggy Balance™ Measurement Activity Set,
  • In the Garden Critter Counters™


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So attractive!

By Gramma Dena

from Denver, Colorado


  • Can Withstand Use
  • Easy To Play
  • Educational
  • Entertaining
  • Fun
  • Interactive
  • Thought Provoking


    Best Uses

    • Children
    • Family

    Comments about Learning Resources Kid Learning Kit:

    I purchased this collection when my older grandchild was 3. All the pieces are well made in pleasing shapes and colors. The set grows with the child! When she was three, we practiced counting and colors and shapes. At 4, she painstakingly placed and counted the ants in 100 Ant Picnic. Now at 6, she loves using the buggy balance to compare and write simple equations, the shape set still has challenging cards, and she uses all the materials to help teach her younger sister math basics. The lady bug ten frames connect with activities in her first grade classroom. 10 on the Spot can be played at many different levels as she learns more and more. She will not "outgrow" these materials for several years and will long enjoy teaching others with these delightful materials.

    I am teacher's helper from time to time in her classroom. I take these materials to do individual and small group work with the children. They respond very well to these pretty and fun materials--so much more interesting than the, necessarily, less colorful and interesting materials used in her public school classroom. I wish I could afford to buy classroom sets the first grade math teacher!

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