Pick-up sticks or pick-a-stick is a game of physical and mental skill. A bundle of 'sticks', between 8 and 20 centimetres long, are held in a loose bunch and released on a table top, falling in random disarray. Each player, in turn, must remove a stick from the pile without disturbing the remaining ones. The sticks are made out of ivory, bone, wood, bamboo, straw, reed, rush, yarrow, or plastics. Some Haida First Nation pick-up sticks are plain maple wood; they may also be decorated with abalone shell and copper.
From the Brooklyn Bridge and Coney Island to the subway, cheesecake, and Park Slope’s famous brownstones, this board book introduces toddlers to the familiar sights of Brooklyn while making basic numbers fun to learn. Parents and children can read and count to 10 using iconic images depicted with vivid colors and bold design.
Perfectly sized for small hands, this durable book also includes a "Let's Talk" section with conversation starters to help parents begin a fun discussion with their kids.
The triangular shape of these pencils gives better control and comfort. The triangular shape resists rolling off the desk. There is a name space on each pencil. The colored pencils are premium quality and made from reforested wood. They are SV secure all bonded for break resistant leads that will not fall out.. The colored pencils are non-toxic and acid freeView full product details
Two extra-long rolls of premium white bond paper, each 18" x 75', come in this extra-value refill set. Ideal as replacement rolls for our Deluxe Standing Easel, this high-quality paper is also perfect for spreading out on the floor or table for your child's next masterpiece! Perfect for use with pencils, crayons, markers, chalk, poster paints or watercolors.View full product details