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Speaking & Listening SET OF


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PACK 8


Includes audio leads and recharging station


Step to hear a recording 1 Sound Around


Sound Around is a truly cross- curricular product that can be used in every subject area, both for learning activities and for games. The eight 30cm diameter foam discs contain a recording unit which allows you to record anything you want for playback when the unit is stepped on or pressed with the hand.


Record up to 30 seconds of sound via the built-in microphone by simply pressing the record button or direct from a PC using the 3.5mm lead supplied. Output is loud enough to be heard in groups during activities and recordings can be easily replaced. The pads are robust enough for regular use, both indoors and outdoors. The set of eight is rechargeable and comes with a charger, instructions and activity ideas. For ages 3yrs+.


MES0912 8 pk 2 Talking Daisies


Take ICT outdoors with these delightful flowers. Each flower has two buttons, one for record and one for play with a 30 second record time. Simply press and hear your message. The flowers can be placed in the ground or in pots. Their petals make an eye- catching display as they twirl in the breeze. This is a great speaking and listening resource but has many other possibilities. Create talking number lines, treasure hunts, record greetings in different languages, set challenges etc. Each flower requires 3 x AAA batteries (batteries not included). Size of flower: H73 x W42 x D8cm. Please note these flowers are weatherproof and can be left outdoors for short periods, however we recommend storing them indoors when not in use. For ages 3yrs+.


EY05469 10 pk Visit the e-catalogue at www.tts-trade.co.uk and email your orders to trade@tts-group.co.uk 25 3 Talking Turtles


A wonderfully versatile set of ten waterproof turtles for use in sand, water and gloop. Each turtle has a numeral from one to ten on the top and a corresponding word and amount underneath. A great resource for literacy as well as numeracy, each turtle features a ten second record feature.


Press the record button and speak, then simply squeeze the turtle to hear the message. These cute characters are great for hearing the number aloud to reinforce mathematical understanding. Use in small world play, on treasure hunts, or for number lines. Suitable for indoors and out, made from a soft durable plastic. Replaceable batteries (AG13 x 3 per turtle) are included. Size L10 x W9 x D5cm. For ages 3yrs+.


EY06599 10 pk


4 Outdoor Big Points Take ICT outdoors with our Outdoor Big Points. These remarkable units are great for speaking and listening, and with a 30 second recording time, they are ideal for use in all weathers by all ages. The speakers have been specially designed for loud play back outdoors and are ideal for Early Years treasure hunts or interactive number lines. The Outdoor Big Points are wall mountable and each requires 3 x AAA batteries (not included). They are weather resistant but we recommend storing them inside when not in use. Set of 6.


Size: diameter 15cm, depth 5.5cm. For ages 3yrs+.


EY04773 6 pk


Record up to a 30 second message and press to hear a recording


4 PACK 6 3 Record a greeting in your enchanted garden Features


n Waterproof, ideal for sand and water


n Encourage early counting skills


n Integrate ICT, indoors or out


SET OF 10


Wall mountable


COMPUTING & ICT


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