If there is one subject that is easily taught to kinesthetic learners, I think it would be science. The hands-on experiments really make studying fun. However, sometimes it can be overwhelming trying to gather supplies and still keep it fun.
Dowling Magnets for attractive science
Dowling Magnets has a simple solution for making science more ATTRACTIVE to both students and teachers by offering a variety of boxed games and bulk resources.
When the Very First Magnet Kit arrived for our family review, the children could hardly wait to open the box. They gathered around quickly and each started to play. (Not for small children as some pieces might be swallowed.)
From the colorful pieces to variety of sizes and shapes, everything about the Very First Magnet Kit had the children intrigued and kept them playing as we talked about magnetism, opposites, and more.
Resources available at Dowling Magnets
While our family was blessed to be able to review the Very First Magnet Kit, Dowling Magnets offers so much more!
Dowling Magnets makes a variety of products to make even math and language arts more… ahem… attractive. Bulk supplies for classroom interaction and craft magnets are also available.
Where to purchase Dowling Magnets
Dowling Magnets can be found are various retailers through their store locator and are also available at Amazon.
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Cindy D. says
I Love a lot of their products, but the super science kit looks great !!!
kellie w says
Love, love, love the magnetic bookmarks!
Jennifer Lambert says
I like the Simply Science Electromagnet Kit
Becky Rider says
My kids would definitely love playing and learning with the magnets
Crystal F says
I like the classroom helper kits.
These look fun!
Kelli A. says
They have tons of magnets for all sorts of uses (crafts, languages, science, etc). Cool!
Linda Finn says
we use to have these kinds of things with the older kids
Jennifer Smith says
These look really cool.
The Coloring and Play sets are adorable. They look like they might be a good toy for traveling.
My kids would go crazy over this!
I love the Zoo Friends.
Tracey M. says
They have a neat link where children can learn how to make a magnet http://www.dowlingmagnets.com/experiments_and_videos.php. I haven’t covered magnetic properties thoroughly with my daughter and this would be a fun way to explore and discover it.
The Giant Horseshoe Magnet Kit looks like lots of fun.
My girls would love the zoo or sweet shop play and coloring kits.
The magnetic money would be fun!
The USA Magnetic Puzzle would be a neat tool to learn with!
The USA Magnetic Puzzle would be a fun learning tool as well!
Judith Martinez says
The magnet match ups numbers would be perfect for my younger kids!