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Hot Dots Learning Sets plus Giveaway (12/10)

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I recently received an opportunity to review the new Hot Dots Let’s Master sets for Mister and Sister.  For Mister, I received the Hot Dots Let’s Master Grade 1 Math set and for Sister I received the Hot Dots Jr. Let’s Master Kindergarten Math and Reading sets.

Hot Dots Let's Master Sets

The Hot Dots Let’s Master sets are available for Pre-K to Grade 3, and each set comes with 100 lessons, divided into two books, and a Hot Dots interactive pen.  Fifteen of the 100 lessons are designed to challenge children to prepare them for the next grade level.  The Kindergarten level Math and Reading interactive pen is a puppy dog, which is cute.  The 1st grade interactive pen is blue and yellow, which is great, but not as cute.

When I opened the Hot Dots Let’s Master sets to test them out with Mister and Sister, they were pretty excited.  They enjoy learning, they like books, and they love technology.  Put them together, and you’ve got their attention.

Hot Dots Let's Master Sets in Use

Sister was seriously amused by the puppy dogs eyes turning green when she got an answer correct, but was a little unsettled when the eyes turned red for a wrong answer. Whereas Sister is my reluctant reader, she actually tried with the Kindergarten Reading set, which I made note of!

Mister whizzed through both of his math books in about thirty minutes and wanted to know where the next set was.  Perhaps I should have gotten him second grade?

The Hot Dots Let’s Master sets retail for $24.99 and are available exclusively at  www.educationalinsights.com. Check out the Educational Insights Facebook page and sign up for the Educational Insights Newsletter for more great products and savings.

One lucky reader will win a Hot Dots Let’s Master set of their own.  Enter below, and good luck!

Hot Dots Giveaway

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.

Comments

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  2. molli vandehey says:

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