PleIQ: the early-years interactive smart toy that fosters multiple intelligences through an Augmented Reality experience PleIQ (Play-Q) is the best new educational toy that beautifully merges the physical and digital worlds to provide our children with an immersive learning experience. PleIQ is the perfect complement to high-quality classroom instruction—a hands-on, 21st Century, augmented reality toy that appeals to all learning styles.PleIQ is designed with every early learner in mind. Eight beautifully tangible cubes displaying each letter, number, and a handful of special symbols come to life before your eyes through the accompanying mobile app for smartphones and tablets. Together, the cubes and app provide 48 discovery-based AR learning experiences that naturally evolve and adapt to support each child’s unique intelligences. All activities are carefully designed to foster a child’s curiosity and creativity. Not only is PleIQ more modern and FUN than traditional educational toys, it is also firmly rooted in educational and developmental research. All learning activities are Common Core and Universal Design for Learning (UDL); any teacher in the US or abroad can experience the next ed-tech frontier of augmented reality in their classrooms. As teachers, you’re always looking for resources that will seamlessly integrate with your curriculum and instructional goals, and PleIQ allows you to trust that it will serve your students with their developmental needs in mind. PleIQ can serve English and bilingual Spanish communities equally through literacy, math, and real-world learning experiences. The taxonomy of Marzano and Kendall inspired much of PleIQ’s design, while Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences drives the toy’s purpose. The toy is organized into 8 dimensions: Linguistic, Logical, Kinesthetic, Visual, Musical, Naturalist, Intrapersonal, and Interpersonal activities. We know that teachers are often asked to promote technology use in the classroom to prepare students for the digital world around them. PleIQ makes it

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