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New Supplies Added Every Month
The education field is always evolving and teachers are always in need of new ideas to keep students engaged and to enhance their learning environment. Luckily, a great selection of new teacher must-haves is always available at Really Good Stuff®. Young children of ages 3 and up can develop their fine motor skills and explore new colors and shapes with the Magna-Tiles® Ultra Classroom Pack, which includes a variety of colorful tiles that can use to create three-dimensional designs. Shining a light through these translucent creations will bring out their beauty and encourage the kids to go even further in their construction efforts.
Help Children Succeed in STEM Subjects
Children ages 6 and up will discover a new passion for science with new products from Really Good Stuff®. The STEM Success Kit: Amazing Scientist from Steve Spangler Science will help children understand basic scientific concepts like chemical reactions, volume, color mixing and measurement. This kit includes the materials needed to conduct six different experiments for groups of one to four kids, as well as step-by-step instructions and activities to take the ideas even further. Children can learn about how to develop a science fair project and about how to apply the scientific method in real life. Adult supervision is required for these experiments. Start inspiring the scientists of tomorrow with STEM learning kits from Really Good Stuff® while supplies last.
Top Quality Products for Your Classroom
Really Good Stuff® offers a great selection of new, high-quality products for your classroom. The Excellerations® Sensory Silicone Mats is a fun way for children in pre-K and kindergarten to start recognizing colors and shapes, get physically active and learn about different textures. The kit includes durable, non-slip mats in five different shapes that can easily be wiped clean with soap and water, so kids can go barefoot if they choose. The Excellerations® Sensory Light Box is another way that children ages 3 and up can learn about colors and textures. They'll be awed as they enjoy the mystery of the big, color-changing cube that shines with 16 different colors.