We have been using Hot Dots since we first reviewed the products in 2011. We loved Hot Dots back in 2011 and we love them just the same if not more now.
The latest Hot Dots product that we put to the test is the Hot Dots Make Your Own Kit.
The Big Idea
Make your own interactive activity books, flash cards, games, quizzes, and more! Create multiple choice questions and answers of your choosing, placing “cold” dots next to the incorrect answers and a “hot” dot next to the correct answer selection. Then, bring learning to life with a Hot Dots® or Hot Dots Jr. interactive pen*!
Encourages the study of any subject of your choosing
Provides completely personalized, self-paced, independent learning
Cut to the Chase
Create customized, interactive learning materials for completely personalized, self-paced learning
Set includes 150 Hot Dots (correct answers) and 300 Cold Dots (incorrect answers)
Includes activity guide with suggestions for making games, quizzes, flash cards, and more!
*Hot Dots pen not included
First of all, make sure you have the Hot Dots pen first. The Hot Dots Make Your Own Kit does not come with the Hot Dots pen.
The Hot Dots Make Your Own Kit set is absolutely amazing. You make your own questions and then put the answers. The correct answer gets one of the 150 Hot Dots and the wrong answers get marked with one of the 300 cold dots.
The Make Your Own Kit is perfect for studying, quizzes, preparing for tests, or just learning fun.
The kit is perfect for at home or in a school setting.
The age ranking is ages 5 to 12 and this is a great age ranking. Mainly because the kit can be made into anything you need. So whether it is something for fun learning, or needing to practice for an upcoming test, the ability to make it how you need is there.
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Disclosure: MomMomOnTheGo was provided product for the purpose of conducting this review. As always, MomMomOnTheGo only supports companies, Products, and services that she loves.
Photo and Video Credits: Educational Insights