MagneTalk® What’s Missing?

Magnetic Board Game

By Sharon G. Webber, M.S.

Grades PreK and Up

SKU
SAS99
Rating:
100% of 100
$24.95

Sturdy magnetic board game with 24 illustrated tiles to help children learn problem solving skills. 

Sturdy magnetic board game with 24 illustrated tiles to help children learn problem solving skills. 

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Author(s) Sharon G. Webber, M.S.
Topic Basic Concepts, Early Skills, Games, Hearing and Sign Language, Magnetic Items, Occupational Therapy, Questioning Skills, Visual Perceptual
Brand Super Duper Publications

MagneTalk® What’s Missing?

Where are the balloons? Where is the dog?

Your students will love helping the detectives search for missing items in this amazing magnetic game. Use MagneTalk What's Missing? to improve your students' problem solving skills. Students match 12 picture tiles with 12 adorable What's Missing? scene tiles.

Includes

A pizza..a slice
A car…wheels
A flower stem..a flower
An empty goldfish bowl…a goldfish
A puzzle with missing piece..a puzzle piece
A boy with one sock/shoe…a sock/shoe
A girl..eyes
A clown holding strings…balloons
A girl standing in rain….an umbrella
A boy blowing out candles..a cake
A mom feeding a baby..a bottle
A boy walking with a leash..a dog

Each set has:

  • Sturdy, magnetic board (14" x 18").
  • 24 vinyl, magnetic tiles (2⅝" x 2⅝").
  • Game ideas.
  • Easy-storage plastic tote.
Customer Reviews
  1. Great Product
    Quality
    100%
    I have used this What's Missing Board nearly every day since I received it. It is great for expressive language as well as practicing 'what' questions. Pictures are of common items.

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  2. What's Missing?
    Quality
    100%
    This activity is an excellent alternative to the Before and After card deck. The pictures are identical, but it gives young hands the opportunity to manipulate the items on a board.

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