These Hands-on, Self-Checking Activities Are a Must for Elementary & Middle School Teachers

Here’s why.

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A no-prep, hands-on, skills-practice system that gives kids a game-like experience while they practice crucial math and reading skills? It might sound like an education unicorn 🦄, but we were recently reminded just how awesome VersaTiles are.

You might remember VersaTiles from your own school days. They’ve been around for 40 years (but their content now supports all of our 2019 standards).

And they’re just as fun as you remember. Kids answer engaging math and reading questions by placing numbered tiles into the answer case. Then, they can instantly check their answers by flipping over the case to see if the pattern on the back matches the one on their current activity.

That means no prep and no grading on your part—hallelujah!—and fun puzzle-inspired practice for your students.

If it’s been a while since you’ve seen VersaTiles in action, check out the video below. 

Fun, right? You can check out what options are available for your grade and subject by clicking the orange button below.

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