TestingMom.com Gifted Learning Flash Cards – Visual Spatial Concepts for Pre-K – Kindergarten – Educational Practice for The NNAT Test, NNAT2, NNAT3, CogAT Test, OLSAT, WPPSI, AABL, and More!
IMPROVE YOUR CHILD’S SPATIAL REASONING SKILLS needed for Pre-K to Kindergarten (and beyond!) non-verbal tests and school success.
HELP YOUR CHILD SCORE HIGHER ON NON-VERBAL TESTS such as NNAT, Raven’s Matrices, CogAT, CCAT, OLSAT, InView, SAGES, WNV, WISC, Stanford-Binet and more!
TURN SKILL BUILDING INTO PLAY with activities featuring Testing Mom’s wacky and silly Space Babies! Use these cards to make a long car ride feel shorter. Or add in a few rewards (like a sticker for every right answer!) and turn learning new concepts into a fun game.
TEACH STRATEGIES AND TRICKS FOR SOLVING figural analogies, pattern and serial reasoning puzzles, folding and hole punch questions, and more.
DURABLE, SMUDGE-PROOF, DRY-ERASE MARKER FRIENDLY CARDS are easy to wipe clean and will last through countless sessions at home, in the car or on the go! Enjoy hours of offline parent-child bonding 160+ challenges on 72 cards. Encourage tactile play while reducing screen time.
Sub Brand: The Flash. Package Type: Standard Packaging. Item Dimensions LxWxH: 4.5 x 1.1 x 5.2 inches. Age Range (Description): Kid. Brand: TestingMom.com. Manufacturer: Testing Mom. Mfg Recommended age: 3 year and up. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No. Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars 63 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars. Best Sellers Rank: #296,885 in Toys & Games. Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up. Item model number: 861929000430. ASIN: B077G6ZZ7Y. Country of Origin: USA. Item Weight: 11.2 ounces. Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.1 x 5.2 inches.
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8 reviews for TestingMom.com Gifted Learning Flash Cards – Visual Spatial Concepts for Pre-K – Kindergarten – Educational Practice for The NNAT Test, NNAT2, NNAT3, CogAT Test, OLSAT, WPPSI, AABL, and More!
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It’s a little bit confusing that there are cards for pre-K test through grade 2 tests. I did not give it a thorough look, but I don’t remember seeing indicated on the card itself which test it was meant for. It introduces the concepts nicely, but it would be great if you wouldn’t have to guess which level any given card is for.Read more
These are very nice, quality cards that test spatial concepts commonly found in evaluations for gifted children. I am a school counselor, so while I am somewhat familiar with the tests that my school psychologist utilizes, I can’t say with certainty how similar they would be (plus there are so many types of test kits available). I actually purchased these for use with my own child, because I’m trying to get an idea of where she is at academically to make sure that we are challenging her and providing appropriate levels of enrichment. She is 5 and currently enrolled in kindergarten but reading on a 1st grade level and really appears to be “taking off” with her learning in multiple areas. She loves puzzles and is very creative, so I was not too surprised to find that she enjoys doing these cards with me. She picked up on the different types of “rules” and was able to move through the deck fairly quickly. I have not decided if we will ask for gifted testing, but if we move forward with testing, I will post an update in the future. For now, we are just enjoying playing the cards like a “game” together. She likes this set (spatial concepts) the best because they are actually challenging to her. I initially was hesitant to purchase these due to the price, but I feel that this set was worth the money.Read more
Quy T. –
These cards are great. We bought them for our daughter to supplement and promote the problem solving skills she was learning in pre-school. So much better than other cards that only focus on rote memorization. Our deck came with a couple of missing cards, but a quick email to customer service solved that. Some of the friendliest people at that company. The cards are a bit more expensive than other learning decks, but the quality is so much higher and the investment in the future growth of our daughter make them worth it. Given the great experience, we will be buying more.Read more
Ben Davis –
I like the cards are strong and laminated. My 3 year old daughter had already done a few of them. The pictures are interesting for my active child. I purchased the item as a lightning deal for $17. If I find other sets close to this price I may buy more.Read more
Timothy Yeh –
brought this to review with my kids and they have lots of fun with these flashcards. Could go over a few at a timeRead more
They are very high quality and allow the kid to evolve complexity of the concepts and go back to items that require reinforcement. Really colorful and funny for kids.Read more
Claire David –
We have used testing mom’s products for over 8 years. Our proto-type version of the IQ Fun Park game has been enjoyed by all of our children and was a foundational part of their early education, as well as Karen Quinn’s Testing for Kindergarten book- I still flip through it for tips! We were very excited to find these two different flash card sets on amazon while looking for GT materials. I would recommend Testing Mom’s website as another resource to any parent wanting to find engaging and interesting gifted and talented materials. It is very concise. I’m really looking forward to working on these with the kids. Thank you Testing Mom- we’ve sincerely loved your products!!Read more
Mama Bear –
Bought the whole set! Love them!Read more