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Learning Resources Rainbow Premier Pentominoes, Early Geometry Skills & Concepts, 72 Pieces, Ages 6+
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- Scored plastic pentomino set
- Teach geometric concepts and problem solving skills
- 72-piece set includes six scored pentominoes in red, blue, green, yellow, orange, and purple (12 pieces per pentomino)
- Includes clear plastic tub for easy storage and activity guide
- Ideal for ages 6+
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Teach kids geometric concepts, critical thinking and problem solving skills. 6 scored pentominoes in red, blue, green, yellow, orange, and purple are stored in a clear plastic tub. activity guide Included. 72 pieces in all.
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The Learning Resources Rainbow Premiere Pentominoes is a 72-piece set of scored, brightly colored game pieces in a plastic storage tub. This fun and educational game comes with teaching notes and is designed for children ages 6 to 13 years of age.
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72 Pentominoes Pieces in a plastic tub and teaching notes.
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As it turns out, each "set" only contains 12 blocks (O-Z), for a total of 72 pentominoes - perfect for sharing with a friend or two, or for siblings, or even for one kid who really loves pentominoes! Each set of 12 is a different color - red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple - which would be great for use in classrooms. Unlike the photo (which is a tad deceiving by way of volume), these come in a smaller, round container. Each set is individually wrapped by color, although we just unwrapped them all and stuck everything back in the container. They're plastic, but pretty sturdy, and I think they'd withstand typical grade-school-age (ab)use. Best of all, they're quiet, they're fun, they're easy to clean up and my son loves to play with them!
I would still recommend this as a great mental simulator!!