Versatiles Literacy Language Arts – Great for Struggling Students

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Proven to increase proficiency on high- stakes assessments up to 72% – now THAT’S the kind of stats that I like to see!

Not only are VersaTiles fantastic for challenging students but they can be used one on one, independently, or in a classroom setting! We have long loved VersaTiles, made by ETA hand2mind and so have many other teachers, but for those of you that are not familiar with it you can find them for virtually every subject at every grade level. You will have a VersaTiles answer case and an activity book. As the students answer the correct (or incorrect) questions you must place the corresponding tiles into the case. After all questions have been answered you close the case, flip it over, and then reopen it to see a pattern. Double check at the bottom of the page to see if your pattern matches with the pattern shown which will verify if all questions are correct!

We chose to review the 3rd grade Literacy set which included activity books for Language, Reading, Meaning, Words, and Spelling – 7 books in all. Our 3rd grade class is really struggling with reading concepts right now and the teacher was really eager to use this set with them.

As you can see above there is a pattern forming and above it in the book is also a pattern to verify whether we are answering the questions correctly. Our 3rd grade teacher says that this is a FABULOUS self-guided tool for kids who are struggling, great for differentiated instruction in RTI and a fantastic center activity where kids can check their own work.

The entire set comes in a simple zip-up case for storage. We HIGHLY recommend ANY of the VersaTiles sets - whether it’s Reading/Language Arts, Math, Science or Readiness. There are SO many positive things for VersaTiles and you can use it in such a versatile way and in many different situations. We also really love their Summer packs to continue helping your students year-round.

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Comments

  1. I’m thinking preschool – and it looks like they have 1 set.

  2. I’m interested in the preschool age – letters, colors, numbers, etc.

  3. I would love a 6th grade LA set!

  4. Sorry, my last comment wrapped up two answers, grade and subject. This comment is for what else I’d like at ETA: Using a Writer’s Notebook.

  5. grade 4

  6. Would Love any subject! Reading/word meaning

  7. Love to have virtual manipulatives

  8. I would love a set for 2nd grade!

  9. I would like a set for Math

  10. I’m really interested in the Home Team Advantage® Math Skill Reinforcement

  11. It would be a great addition to my classroom.

  12. I would love 4th grade literacy Versa Tiles

  13. I also like the WorldScapes Global reader pack for literacy. This would allow my students to explore about other cultures and countries in a highly engaging way(and also cover the CCSS nonfiction reading that is so important!).

  14. I teach 3rd grade and I’d love the reading set.

  15. mrs. scott says:

    Would love to have this! Thank you.

  16. I would love the 3rd grade, reading/language arts set.

  17. Kelly Beam Brown says:

    I would love to have the first grade set.

  18. Kelly Beam Brown says:

    I would love to have a set for math!

  19. Kelly Beam Brown says:

    I would love to have one of the City Steps lap book collections!

  20. Gloria Wilson says:

    I would love the first grade set. thanks.

  21. Gloria Wilson says:

    math please.

  22. Gloria Wilson says:

    I would love the Measure Works products

  23. Hayden Davis says:

    I would love a set for my Kindergartener

  24. Hayden Davis says:

    I am interested in the summer packs

  25. Hayden Davis says:

    I really love the early math manipulatives kit.

  26. Twila claycomb says:

    I would love the 3rd grade set.

  27. Twila claycomb says:

    I like the Center Stage science kit

  28. Evelyn Wilson says:

    I would like the 3rd grade set

  29. Evelyn Wilson says:

    I would like the literacy set.

  30. Twila claycomb says:

    I really like the Learning Place for Science. This would be a fantastic tool in the classroom.

  31. I would like a set for Kindergarten.

  32. I teach in a lower economic area. My students are in need of help in all areas. Any Kindergarten related material would be greatly appreciated.

  33. I would be interested in teh Reading Rods- Simple Sentences.

  34. I would love a first grade set.

  35. I would be interested in Literacy.

  36. I would love a set of their reading rods.

  37. Toni Nicholson says:

    I would like the set for 4th grade.

  38. Toni Nicholson says:

    I would also be interested in the Hands on Standards Common Core Edition, Grade 4, resource manual and small group kit.

  39. Toni Nicholson says:

    Subject of interest is 4th grade Math.

  40. I would love a set for 3rd grade.

  41. Math would be my choice.

  42. I would love to get Classroom Jeopardy!

  43. I teach Kindergarten and would love a set

  44. Any K material would be awesome

  45. I would be interested in the Hands On standards so I can get different activity ideas for my students.

  46. I would love a set for the 4th grade classroom!

  47. I would love the Problem solving or measurement one – I am a math specialist working with grade 1 -5, having something that works with various grades is always great! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Versatiles!

  48. I would like the 4th grade set.

  49. I would like the math set.

  50. I liked the lap book collection

  51. I would like 6th grade

  52. I would like the math versatiles.

  53. I would like the city steps lap book. it looks awesome

  54. Becky Wilson says:

    3rd grade set

  55. Becky Wilson says:

    The math set

  56. Becky Wilson says:

    I like the city steps lap book collection

  57. I would like the fifth grade set

  58. The math manipulatives would be very helpful in the classroom

  59. The summer packs would really come in handy

  60. Kristine S says:

    The VersaTiles Science Level 2 Starter Set would be a great addition to my classroom!

  61. I would be interested in the the first grade set. I am a reading specialist and devour anything that has to do with emergent and developing literacy.

  62. I would use this for 5th grade.

  63. 2nd grade

  64. Math would be great

  65. Using a Writer’s notebook

  66. I would love a third grade set.

  67. The science set would be very helpful for my class.

  68. Another ETA product I am interested in is Center Stage Science.

  69. I’d like a set for 1st grade.

  70. I’d like the literacy set

  71. I also like the Summer Packs you have available.

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