miniLUK Starter Pack ONLY

Retail price: $25.00
Our price: $23.99

Ages: 5-8

Grades: K-3rd

Availability: This item is temporarily backordered from the manufacturer. Unfortunately, the manufacturer is experiencing supply issues, so all miniLUK products will only be available as part of a curriculum kit through the fall season.

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Product Code: 123-809

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Timberdoodle's Review
miniLUK Starter Pack includes:

  • miniLUK Controller - Necessary for use with all miniLUK workbooks
  • My First miniLUK Workbook. 168 exercises (fourteen puzzles with twelve problems each) provide an overview of the entire early learning series.
  • Parent Teacher Guide
  • miniLUK Skills Chart - Detailed rating levels for every exercise in this series
  • Unlimited access to "design-it-yourself" templates and resources online

    The exercises included in this Starter Pack are excerpts from the Visual Perception Set, Concentration Set, Colors and Shapes Set, Theme-Based Learning Cheeky Set, Critical Thinking Set, and the Math and Geometry Set.

    More About the LUK Learning System:

    miniLUK Brain Training
    The miniLUK Brain Training series is similar to the bambinoLuk but is designed for an older child. Its controller board has twelve tiles in a high-quality plastic case with a transparent lid. These tiles are numbered from "1" to "12" and the activities are much more challenging. When children finish each exercise, they can check to see if the unique symmetric pattern on the back of the controller matches the one on the page.

    Thinking Skills for Ages 6-8
    The miniLUK Brain Training collections include workbook sets covering memorization, concentration, visual perception, logical thinking, linguistic skills, and basic arithmetic. For ages six to eight; produced by a secular company so some of the pages may not be suitable for your children.

    Brain Challenger
    The miniLUK Advanced books feature complex brain challenges in a variety of workbooks. This series focuses on visual perception ability, higher-order thinking skills, and spatial relationships. All exercises begin easy but steadily climb from basic to more advanced and grueling, which is just what this age group is looking for.
  • Features

    Reinforces the following early childhood developmental skills:
  • Visual perception
  • Concentration
  • Critical thinking
  • Math & Geometry


    Publisher's Information
    Author: Michael Junga
    Binding:
    Paperback
    Publisher:
    BEYOND 123 LLC
    Faith-Based: No
    Consumable:
    No

    Awards and Endorsements:
    2007 Excellent Products Award - iParenting Media
    Winner of The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval 2006
    Dr. Toy's Best New Products Picks for 2008
    2008 Parents' Choice Silver award from Parents' Choice Foundation


    How to Use MiniLUK:



    As Seen In Timberdoodle's 2009 Video Contest, Entry 23


  • How to Use miniLUK with Advance sets:

    Customer Reviews

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    Dom
    Great

    I really like the ease and simplicity of this product. Highly recommend!

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    Rachel H.
    Wonderful Thinking Skills

    I love these boards. Once your student understands how to use them, they can do it all by themselves. All of the challenges are engaging and really do make you think. These were a great tool and wonderful warm-up to start our day.

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    Alicia O.
    Great Brain-teasers

    My daughter loves completing these. And I love how many puzzle books are available so we don't run out. Great additon to a curriculum.

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    Nicole T.

    Very engaging and age appropriate for my kindergartener. Its been really helping his concentration and the fact that he can check his own work helps him feel like a big boy!

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    Anne
    My kids love this

    My kids love this learning system. They're learning and don't even know it as they play. This system has been on our shelves for a couple years now and keeps getting pulled out and used over and over again.