Red Toobaloo®

Item: 304700

$ 5.95
Item #:  304700
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This unique, interactive learning tool improves phonics skills, reading fluency, and speech! The plastic, phone-like device magnifies the voice, allowing it to be heard clearly while speaking softly. This auditory feedback helps students to focus and clearly hear the phonemes (sounds) that make up words as they learn to read, spell, and process language aloud. Speech students can use the Toobaloo to help improve their articulation and phonology. Its easy to clean just pop it in the top shelf of your dishwasher.

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Product Information
Standards Match:

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Standards Spotlight:
Read orally with accuracy, appropriate rate,and expression.
Grade Level:
Grades: Pre-K-3
  • Size: 6 1/2 x 1 3/4

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5 Star
5.0 (based on 4 reviews)


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Reviewed by 4 Customers
5 Stars

Fabulous for ESL

Fluency & Speaking ESL
By ESL Teacher from , TN
5 Stars

Would buy this again

Students were amazed when they heard themselves. They really enjoy using this item.
By Steph from , CT
About Me: Educator
5 Stars

Love it!

My son has Down syndrome and he loves to use this. His whole 1st grade class uses them actually. When I go to volunteer I have seen them use this for quiet reading. So I decided to get one for my house too! My son't speech therapist likes it too.
By busymom! from Milwaukee, WI
About Me: Parent
4 Stars

great idea!

These are wonderful tools to use when young readers are starting out. They can hear their own voice sounding out words or chunks with out disturbing the children around them. A must have in k-2 classrooms!
By Second Grade Teacher from Nassau county, NY
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About Me: Parent