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  1. My students love pop its! I use them as calm down tools. I love these ideas to incorporate learning with a tool they already enjoy!

  2. Teresa Jordan says:

    These look like a great learning tool!

  3. I have used them just for fidgets. We need to try these ideas!

  4. Carolyn Lee says:

    I have one that I use as a Table Top game in the morning with my youngest kids in room for colors. In the afternoon; I have a child who doesn’t nap and he uses it to help with numbers. Having another would be great!

    1. Any suggestions for getting the permanent marker to not rub off?
      I put all the numbers on a 100 count one yesterday and by the time we finished afternoon homework they had all rubbed off.

      1. Angela Thayer says:

        I’m SO sorry! That is frustrating since you spent the time writing them on there. I’m still trying to find a better solution. I can’t find anything that will stick permanently to silicone.

  5. Cheyenne Mundy says:

    I haven’t used Pop Its in the classroom yet, but am going to start using them for my Kindergartener.

  6. This looks SO fun while learning!

  7. My kindergartener and 2yo have a popper with colors on one side and shapes on the other. I’d love a letters one to be able to work with both of them on different skills. Spelling, letter sounds, letter recognition, etc.

  8. Amy Cowen says:

    I love this idea! So perfect for all the many different levels I have in my classroom!

  9. Pop its are so much fun, I never realized there were so many ways to use them in learning. LOVE IT!

  10. Pop it’s are a great tool for learning

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