Brain Quest Kindergarten, Revised 4th Edition: 300 Questions and Answers to Get a Smart Start (Brain Quest Decks)
Brain Quest Questions and Answers Cards Review: Boost Knowledge and Learning Fun
Brain Quest Cards are educational question-and-answer cards designed to help children learn and retain information on various topics. With over 1,000 questions on various subjects, including math, science, history, and language arts, these cards are perfect for kids of all ages and skill levels. In addition, each set of cards features colorful illustrations and engaging content that makes learning fun and exciting.
Also available:Brain Quest Workbooks (Preschool through 6th Grade) and Summer Workbooks (Pre-K through 4th-5th Grades).
Brain Quest decks are:
- Aligned with common core state standards
- Vetted by award-winning teachers
- Great to play with a friend or on your own – and great for travel
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Patrice Badami 0:03
This is Patrice Badami, with Acorn to Tree educational toy review. And I have something I wanted to show you. These are Brain Quest Question and Answer packs. And there are a lot of questions here. Why do I like them? If you look at the back, this little pin; it holds it together very quickly. It’s not something that’s going to come apart. And we’ve been using these a lot. They come in all different age groups. This one is kindergarten; I have preschool; there’s first, second, third, and fourth grade and a whole bunch of them. And I like it. Because if you turn to a particular page on here, say my daughter picked this page, show it to you. So there are the questions. And right after the questions, here are the answers. So she can easily see the way they have it here. It’s easy for her to see and identify where she might have gotten it right or wrong. The question? I like it because they’re portable. I like it because they’re entertaining questions for the kids. And it’s very engaging for her. And these are something that I throw in my purse, if I go out to dinner, if we’re at a restaurant, if we’re at the airport or whatnot, and we’re waiting; it’s a great thing to have on hand, rather than always having a device in their hands. I like the idea of this. They can turn the pages; they can select the questions. There are just so many, and it’s just an alternative. If you have a few minutes here and there and want to do something educational with your child. So that’s a brain quest Questions and Answers packs