Learning Resources Answer Buzzers Set - Theme/Subject: Learning - Skill Learning: Game - 3+
Item Number: LRNLER3774
Our Price: $16.06 / PK (savings $3.93)
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- Turns any lesson into a game to get students actively engaged
- 4 different colors and fun sounds encourage fun use
- Lets students work on their own, while allowing them to signal to a teacher
- Designed for children ages 3 and up
Game show buzzers let you turn any lesson into a game and get students actively engaged as you assess them. Four different colors and fun sounds include a horn honx, boxing bell, doorbell and "boing" sound. Buzzers also enable students to work on their own while allowing them to signal to a teacher when they need help. Buzzers require three AAA batteries (sold separately) and are designed for children ages 3 and up.
Manufacturer: Learning Resources
Manufacturer Part Number: LER3774
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.learningresources.com
Product Name: Answer Buzzers Set
Packaged Quantity: 4 / Pack
Skill Learning: Game
Recommended Age: 3+
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