Dec 15, 2013

Hot Dots Jr Review & Giveaway ~ Playful Interactive Learning for Pre K through 3rd Grade Children

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

The new Hot Dots & Hot Dots Jr Let's Master sets are for grade levels Pre-K to Grade 3. Each grade specific 2 book set is chock-full of important skills that children need to master at each grade level in reading or math (each set is specific to either reading OR math). 

The sets all come with a Hot Dots interactive pen and there are 100 lessons on either math or reading and language art skills. Fifteen of the 100 lessons are challenge activities that prepare children for skills at the next grade level. 





My Review:
I received two sets of Hot Dots Jr for this review.  Hot Dots Jr Let's Master Kindergarten Math & Hot Dots
Jr Let's Master Kindergarten Reading. Each set come with the interactive pen that comes with the books is an adorable Talking Dog named Ace that teaches along with the book.

My youngest child is currently in Kindergarten and although many parts of this set were easy for her, there were portions that she got wrong the first couple times she played with the book sets.  She loves when Ace the dog tells her she got it Right.  She says that the books are "fun and a little bit cool and I like them."

For children getting ready to go to Kindergarten up to 3rd grade, these Hot Dots and Hot Dots Jr Let's Master Math & Reading sets are great to take when traveling, at home, grandparents, homeschooling and so much more.
  

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8 comments:

  1. My daughter is 3 and this would be great for her!

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  2. My daughter is 8, she needs to practice her math!

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  3. Two 5 year olds and an 8 year old.

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  4. One is almost 4 and one is 5. It would be for y great niece & nephew

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  5. My grandchildren who are 5, 3 and almost 2.

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  6. Our little guy is six in kindergarten.

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  7. My daughters are 2 and 5 and they'll enjoy this. :)

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