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Interactive card game for kids ages 8+. Sushi Go! is played over the course of 3 rounds. Each round, players are dealt out a number of cards to begin with. They simultaneously select one card and play it. Gamewright - Sushi Go!

The Pick and Pass Card Game!

Our Price:: $9.99
Sale Price: $7.29
Savings: $2.70
Brainwright Geobrix Brainwright Geobrix

3 ways to play - solve...build...create!

Our Price:: $15.99
Sale Price: $9.99
Savings: $6.00
What Should I Do Now? What Should I Do Now?

A card game that that teaches social decision making.

Our Price:: $22.95
Franklin Learning Career Challenge Revised Edition Franklin Learning Career Challenge Revised Edition

Players learn important facts about many careers.

Our Price:: $49.50
Sale Price: $38.33
Savings: $11.17
Financial IQ Revised Financial IQ Revised

Teach financial literacy in a fun and interactive game!

Our Price:: $48.98
Time Timer Watch PLUS Small Size Time Timer Watch PLUS Size Small

On the go convenient time management.

Our Price:: $59.19
Kore Teen & College Adjustable Chair - 18" - 25" Kore Teen & College Adjustable Chair - 18" - 25"

Kore's patented wobble chair increases focus and attention for older students!

Our Price:: $141.99
   
 

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