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Wikki Stix® Big Box

Item: 156858

$ 31.95
Item #:  156858
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Reinforce Shape-Recognition Skills With Twistable, Stickable Wikki Stix! This Big Box includes lots of fun, wax-coated sticks students can bend and shape to play connect-the-dots on the preprinted cards. They're a tactile way to learn number sequencing, colors, and shapes.

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  WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Standards Spotlight:
Use visual, tactile, and kinesthetic feedbackto recognize and form letters and numbers.
  • 468 Wikki Stix
  • 8" length
  • Assorted colors
  • Illustrations and play ideas on the back
  • Activity guide
  • Wikki Stix in original package shown.

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Reviewed by 3 Customers
5 Stars

My students loved them! They have asked everyday to use them.
By from , AR
4 Stars

Great Product

This product was perfect for a quick project and so easy to use that the students voluntarily created more than they were asked to create. One drawback was that the "big box" led me to believe that I was getting more than I did. This product price has not come down over the years since it was first introduced. BUT, it is still a useful, unique product.
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5 Stars

Great resource.

My first graders use these to practice forming letters and spelling high frequency words.
By Steph, First Grade Teacher from Hagerstown, IN
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