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Have fun with Leapfrog's award winning interactive geography study globe at home or at school. Learning the essential geographical skills of our country, continent, and our world early on will give students an academic advantage. The Smart Globe is chock full of thousands of facts on continents, countries, capitals, music, currency, highest points, and can even compare populations and land areas or flying times from one place to another. When playing in game mode, students race to determine the described location before time runs out. The volume control and headphone jack come in handy, especially in classroom settings. It's interactive, it's fun, and it's a learning tool that even adults enjoy.
Who knew calculators could be so much fun? The TI-10 reinforces math concepts rather than just being a tool used to complete computations quickly. Equipped with a constant operation key for studying patterns, a place value feature to find for example how many 100s or 100ths are in a specified number, makes the calculator a learning tool. Students get hooked on the problem solving mode that generates problems using the ? key to hide a number or an operation. Inequalities can even be entered for help with estimation skills. The easy-to-use menu provides users with plenty of educational options and with the click of another button the level of difficulty can be chosen. TI's calculating tool is essential to have in an at home study area or in any elementary classroom.
Trueit's book will get reluctant writers writing and will excite those who already love to express themselves. It covers topics of maintaining a positive attitude, has sidebars with points of interest, and writing exercises and prompts for a 30-day journal. The tips on how to begin and activities to overcome writers block are a real plus. When writing just isn't in the cards check out the alternatives of drawing, collecting photographs, and scrapbooking, all which can eventually lead to great writing. Excerpts from Anne Frank's, Amelia Earhart's, and other historical journals are included. The content covers several national social studies standards for upper elementary and middle school, but will still be a great tool for higher level younger students. Besides building personal growth and knowing your self better, journaling builds better organizational skills and focus. Encourage. Reflect. Express.
How well students know their basic facts can make or break their math success in school. Having quick recall of basic facts will help all students be more successful with in-depth math studies and higher-level problem solving. Wrap-Ups provide a tactile, hands-on approach to practicing basic facts and building a strong math foundation. Each set of the five contains ten keys and 120 problems. Use the attached string to match the left side of a key with the correct answer on the right following the function/number at the center of each. Wrap-ups are a fun solo game where students can work at their own pace and even against the clock, then check their own answers with the unique self-checking feature. After matching all the problems and answers just flip the key over and see if the string matches up with the lines on the back. If these match, then the key was wrapped correctly. Auditory learners and musically inclined kids love the “Wrap-the-Rap” CDs. Teachers, tutors, and parents can garner new ideas and get activities, charts, and award certificates from the sixteen-page guide. Students will have a blast wrapping and rapping while memorizing those all-important facts.
Keep DK's boxed dictionary, encyclopedia, and thesaurus set handy for searching up quick facts. It's the ultimate desk set whether at home or school. Search over 10,000 facts, over 1,000 photos, diagrams, maps, and cutaway artwork, more than 125,000 synonyms, and greater than 50,000 dictionary entries. That's a lot of power packed into these prolific paperbacks. DK doesn't disappoint.
This is a technological world and computers are part of everyday classrooms all over the nation. Mastering keyboarding skills early on will make life easier on your students or children as they progress through the grades. Brainstorm's program leads users to achieve the advanced setting of typing 50 words a minute, making them a proud “Mario Graduate”. Mario, Luigi, and the Princess will guide eager typists through a progression of keyboarding drills including Mario's Smash and Dash and his Wet World Challenge. Hunters and peckers will see the wisdom and fun of mastering the keyboard in no time flat.
Having an electric pencil sharpener around will help get students back on task quickly when a pencil breaks. The old rotor type of sharpener takes forever and always seems to chomp up pencils and make a lot of noise. The heavy-duty motor of the Stanley Bostitch is perfect for classroom use and so is the extra large receptacle for all those shavings. Teachers like the auto stop feature so kids know when their pencil is sharp enough and won't waste time just sharpening and sharpening. Don't worry if it stops before a long line of sharpeners finishes; the thermal overload cutoff will employ until the motor cools. Get one for school; get one for home. Don't let a broken pencil stop the learning, get the Bostitch and get them back on task!
Crayola's kit is a great one to keep handy for projects, practicing facts, writing, or even the obvious art skills. The last thing parents want to do is hunt around looking for a good marker or two to put the final touches on a class project. With this loaded kit packed up in an easy-to-store case, the hunt for supplies will be over for a long, long time. The 72 crayons, 25 colored pencils, 24 small skinny markers, 16 oil pastels, 50 supertip markers, glue, glitter, safety scissors, glitter glue, watercolors, paintbrush, and sharpener should easily get any kiddo through a year or more of projects and fun. A few kits should survive the year in a classroom as well, they make setting up and participating in learning stations a breeze.
What's essential about a beanbag is that it'll motivate your students or kids to read. Kids love nothing more than to sit in special chairs and cozy places for silent reading time. Lakeshore's beanbag is made of a durable, wipe-clean cover with a stitch-closed zipper, but youngsters love that it's comfortable and molds to the body. The seats come in two sizes, 22-inch diameter and 26-inch diameter, but going with the 26 inch will fit both younger and older students easily. Get the kids to cozy up and read a good book snuggled in this brightly colored beanbag seat.
Students love writing with dry erase markers and writing on boards like the teacher, so this combo board will provide fun, but will more importantly, encourage practicing skills like math facts and spelling. Use the bulletin board for important papers, reminders, project directions, etc. Keep this handy, nice quality board at an easy reach near your child's work area at home. Having cool tools in the study area tends to increase study time. Now that's a plus!
We received teh Leapfrog Explorer Smart Globe as a gift from a friend - we love it and use it to dream and plan our vacations as a family. I like the idea that my son is learning how large the world is.
We like to use the globe to see where the fresh produce and products come from - the kids love it
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