VersaTiles Introductory Kit - Grade K

VersaTiles Introductory Kit - Grade K

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Hands-on, self-checking skills practice. Perfect for skills practice inside or outside the classroom. VersaTiles Introductory Kits offer the captivating challenge of a puzzle with the purposeful practice of an activity book.

Key Benefits

* Standards-aligned math and literacy content

* Literacy content includes science and social studies topics

* Easily check and correct

* Visual models help develop conceptual understanding



Category Description for Versatiles Introductory Kits:

This engaging supplement is a combination of a workbook, puzzle, and game! These introductory kits include practice with math, language arts, science, and more. Work the problems or read and answer the questions on each activity page. Answer choices are in a box on the same page next to a letter. Locate the correct answer, take the numbered tile (coinciding with each question or problem) and place it on the correct letter on the tile board. When finished, simply flip the tile case and check to see if the design matches the correct shape on the workbook page. This immediate feedback allows students to self-correct, making it easy to use for independent practice. Aligned to state and national standards, what a creative way to review concepts taught in each grade level! ~ Gina

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Primary Subject
Curriculum
Grade
K
EAN
848850115976
Format
Other
Brand Name
Hand2Mind
Weight
0.55 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.25"
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Heard nothing but good things about it so we decided to give it a try.
Angie H on Aug 21, 2016
Heard nothing but good things about it so we decided to give it a try.
Angie H on Aug 21, 2016
Our son has been using a free foreign language app and decided he would like to learn German as a second language. Rosetta Stone is a lot like the app that he enjoys using.
Christine M on Jul 26, 2016
Our son has been using a free foreign language app and decided he would like to learn German as a second language. Rosetta Stone is a lot like the app that he enjoys using.
Christine M on Jul 26, 2016
What constitutes a "level"? How long would it take for a diligent student to complete each level?
User on Aug 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Per the publisher: Each level of the Homeschool program has a "Full Year Curriculum" lesson plan. If you follow that lesson plan, each level will be a 36 week program if you're not using the supplemental (suggestions in teacher materials) materials, or 45 weeks if you are (equivalent to 1 school year). Not all schools or boards will accept RS as credit, so we always recommend checking with whomever you're reporting to, to ensure it will be accepted.
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<p>My husband and I love this version (V3) of Rosetta Stone! The addition of the speaking element has added so much to our children's learning of the language I would not choose any other program without this option There is also a setting to allow variances in the level of speaking perfection which is very helpful It has been wonderful to hear our children SPEAKING the language in a smooth way</p><p>Rosetta Stone has always had graduated learning levels and frequent repetitions and reviews of the words and phrases which are excellent for learning Both my husband and I have taught German in the past and this is our favorite program for independent learning</p> <p>The one drawback to the program is that we think it could occasionally use some more explanations for some of the questions/answers during the lessons (The kids may have questions about something about once a week for us) For that reason it is helpful for the teacher/parent to be familiar (not mastery!) with the target language </p><p>For those reasons I would recommend when parents are choosing a language that they have some familiarity with the language itself or have a motivated student who is willing to do a little extra when stuck on a question</p>
June 30, 2010


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