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  • Item #: 018739
    Retail: $0.00
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    Laminated chart from 1-100 in 1" squares. Blank grid on reverse.

  • Item #: 023398
    Retail: $4.49
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    This reusable chart can be used with wipe-off crayons or markers. Additional activities, information, and helpful hints can be found on the back of the chart. ~ Enh

  • Item #: 025296
    ISBN: 9781591984993
    Retail: $3.49
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    Number chart measures 17" x 22" and is printed on sturdy cardstock. The back of the poster includes suggestions for using the chart, general number activities, and a blank reproducible chart to photocopy.

  • Item #: 017116
    Retail: $24.99
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    Durable and counting higher than many others number charts available, these versatile magnetic strips are a helpful twist on an essential math manipulative. Containing 11 strips of 10s (numbers 1-110) teachers can display strips individually to teach one concept or use the complete chart. Twenty blank magnetic pieces are included to 'cover up' specific numbers for reinforcement of counting, skip counting, and addition/subtraction. Zero is also included as an additional magnetic piece. A brief teaching guide is included, and the flexibility of these magnetic number strips will make them a much-loved math resource in your classroom. Each strip measures 2 ½" x 24" and the individual blanks and zero tiles measure approximately 2 3/8" square. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 053161
    ISBN: 9781583243480
    Retail: $16.99
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    Hundred Number Charts are used in a number of different elementary math curricula to help little ones learn about number order, place value, number patterns, beginning addition, and subtraction. This book offers additional practice using 60 different activities that incorporate the Hundred Number Board (Chart). As a bonus, there is a CD-ROM that includes an interactive Hundred Number Chart that students can either highlight in a variety of colors or place red circles on appropriate numbers. The CD-ROM also includes all of the reproducible pages in the book for easy printing. For every activity there is a two-page spread in the book – Teacher's Corner and student worksheet. The Teacher's Corner holds the focus of the lesson, materials needed, instructions, extension suggestions, and answers to the student worksheet. The student worksheets cover counting, comparing, skip counting, multiples, and much more, as activities become progressively more challenging.

  • Item #: 004371
    Retail: $9.95
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    A great complement to the hundred number chart, these quality plastic tiles were one of Mark's favorite math manipulatives when he was learning to count to 100. Sorting them into stacks of 10 helped him understand the concept of place value. Turning random tiles upside down helped him learn "What's between ___ and ___?". Tiles are the right size to fit in the squares on the hundred number chart. "Dad, can we use the tiles today?"

  • Item #: 050828
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  • Item #: 041150
    Retail: $3.99
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    Practice basic math, find patterns, even play games like numbers bingo on this oversized hundred number chart.
  • Item #: 052283
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    A mini-100-number chart in a 10x10 grid.

  • Item #: 039164
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    Brightly colored, this cardstock chart contains a place value chart (thousandths through billions), model form example, expanded form examples, and a brief explanation of place value. The back of the chart contains four 8 ½" x 11" black and white, reproducible worksheets covering place value and expanded notation as well as reduced copy of the place value chart. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 060916
    Retail: $21.95
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    Pocket charts are a versatile teaching tool that can be used for a variety of lessons. This one is made of heavy, reinforced bright blue vinyl with 100 short clear pockets arranged 10x10 and has 1 grommet in each upper corner for hanging. It comes with a set of cardstock number squares 1-100, plus cards for add/subtract/multiply/divide/equals. The cards are red on one side and white on the other. How do you use this pocket chart? Place the number cards in the pockets in numerical order showing all one color. As you are learning to skip count, you can turn the multiples of a number over as you count (3, 6, 9, 12, etc.) You could do the same thing with evens and odds. Use the cards with the +/- to create daily warm-up problems. Your kinesthetic learners will love the opportunity to get up and move around. You could use it as a large 100 number chart too! No wall space? Hang it on the back of a door! ~ Sara

  • Item #: 024081
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  • Item #: 072135
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  • Item #: 072134
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  • Item #: 071272
    ISBN: 9781616019198
    Retail: $3.49
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  • Item #: 059422
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    Colorful, cardstock poster shows a large 10x10 number grid with the 5's and 10's in a different color. The large format (17x22") has a star border with rainbow colored balloons across the top. This would be great as a math reference tool, of course, but also for the 100th day of school! Use it as a count down (or up!) On the back of the poster are 50 activity ideas for the 100th day, a smaller version of the number grid that is reproducible, and a 100th day certificate you can copy for your students to color. ~ Sara
  • Item #: 048139
    Retail: $3.99
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    A durable write-on, wipe-off calendar with a fun emoji theme. The washable, heavy-duty poly material makes the chart perfect for use with dry erase markers, washable crayons, or any type of water-based marker. The 17" x 22" calendar can be reused month after month! ~ Emily G

  • Item #: 018961
    Retail: $4.99
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    This 8.25" x 11.75" magnetic chore chart features space for ten chores and spots to mark off where they have been done each day of the week on a lime green and white polka dot background. Use one for the whole family or one for each child. – Laura

  • Item #: 042608
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    This hundred board is a versatile math manipulative. One side features a chart of 1" squares numbered from 1-120. The other side features the same grid, but with blank squares. The lines between the squares are not as bold as other charts we carry and the board features a red, 1cm-wide border. Made of thin, glossy cardstock the board is fairly durable and is very handy to have around. Measures 11" x 11."

  • Item #: TCKIK2
    Retail: $42.07
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  • Item #: 043945
    ISBN: 9781483843285
    Retail: $24.99
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    A super versatile item you will use repeatedly for teaching children. Its a hanging pocket chart made from sturdy black nylon with reinforced seams. The pockets are clear vinyl and run across the entire chart and will fit a variety of size cards. Make your own 100 number chart for skip counting and multiples of 10. Teach vowels or sight words. Kids love to interact with pocket charts! Get creative and have some fun! Chart measures 31"x 42". Clear pockets are 31" x1.5" and the bottom, large storage pocket is 31"x 6". ~ Sara

  • Item #: 004461
    ISBN: 9781483800622
    Retail: $5.99
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  • Item #: 039929
    ISBN: 9781587927607
    Retail: $6.99
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  • Item #: 003191
    Retail: $2.99
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    Kids will love practicing their writing on this 13"x 19" heavy-duty poly notebook page. Use dry-erase markers, washable crayons, or water-based markers to practice sentences and write stories. Chart can also serve as a home or classroom tool for list-making, reminders, etc. Easily washed off, the chart can be reused repeatedly! Line spacing approx. 3/4". ~ Emily G

  • Item #: 003033
    Retail: $2.99
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    Heavy, flexible plastic sheet (about the size of a placemat at 18.5"x 12") can be used with a dry-erase marker to practice handwriting skills again and again. There are 6 lines for writing with a red bottom line, blue top line and a dotted midline to help guide students where to stop and start their letters. Capital letters will be 1.5" tall. The background is a milky white and the corners are rounded. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 010057
    Retail: $14.95
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    Days of the week are listed across the top of the page, with subjects listed down the left side. The 4/8-subject book can be used for 4 or 8 subjects, with dotted lines and light brown shading separating the four larger blocks into 8 (ten lines per 4-subject block or five lines per 8). Holds 40 weeks of plans, spiral-bound, 9 inches by 12 inches.

  • Item #: 002784
    ISBN: 9781888827392
    Retail: $64.95
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    Homeschool teachers will go to great lengths to help their students overcome difficulties. Take Beverly Adams-Gordon, for example. An engineer and Montessori teacher, she left her teaching job to homeschool in an effort to solve her youngest daughter's severe spelling problems. Finding no suitable material, she thoroughly researched the subject and developed her own spelling curriculum.

    So what is different?

    • * It's all in one book. One purchase for all years for all kids.
    • * A chapter on research details the most effective methods of spelling instruction.
    • * Complete instructions for introducing, implementing and evaluating the program. Directions are given for adapting to different learning styles and ages.
    • * The program takes only 15 minutes/day.
    • * Extensive Word Lists are based on research done after 1979 of most frequently used and misspelled words. Word lists used in most other programs are based on lists created in 1915 or 1947. Two lists are provided, with 5,000 and 12,000 words, respectively.
    • * General and specific placement tests start each student right where he needs to be.
    • * Program is based on phonics and spelling rules, not phonics alone.
    • * Review is built into the program which uses a "spiral" approach (repeated and spaced review) similar to the approach Saxon takes in it's problem sets.
    • * Directions for over 100 games and activities are included which concentrate on specific skills and make spelling more interesting. Most are individual or partner games, but some can be played by up to 6 players.

    Now available in its 4th edition. Spelling Power retains all of its award-winning effective procedures, but it is more user-friendly with larger type and more graphics. Easier to read and less intimidating, there is also improved organization of resources. The 4th edition Spelling Power package includes access to the Teacher's Online Resources on the publisher's website and an updated Quick Start DVD seminar. The Quick Start DVD provides a personal step-by-step introduction to using the Spelling Power program featuring author Beverly Adams-Gordon who explains each step as "real" homeschool moms and students demonstrate. The Teacher's Online Resources includes printable forms, searchable word lists, charts, printable Activity Task Cards, bonus activities, and the Digital Spelling Tutor which allows you to create spelling lists for multiple children, offers learning, drill and testing activities, tracks several children's progress, allows you to create and print progress reports, and can be used with any spelling word list.

    Spelling Power provides the most thorough coverage of spelling that we have seen. This one is a "classic."

  • Item #: 046829
    ISBN: 9780982537701
    Retail: $47.95
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    A cursory glance through this curriculum elicits several descriptive words: detail, depth, creativity, and flexibility. This course combines a textual history of maps and map-making with innumerable activities. Through hand-drawn and edible maps, star charts and video documentaries, games and watercolors, students will see the world portrayed not only as an atlas shows it but also in a way that can't be contained between the covers of a book. There are 60 pages of historical readings (well illustrated with photos, maps, and drawings) which chronicle exploration and mapping from the time of the earliest maps through the 1800s. Accompanying these readings are 90 pages of drawing lessons that guide students step-by-step through freehand drawings of islands, countries, continents, and other geographic locales. There are also over 100 pages of supplemental activities including review worksheets, games, art and craft activities, links to online videos (map projections, virtual tours of globe factories, bios of explorers, etc.), and quizzes. Additional resources supplied with the book are DVDs that contain actual drawing lessons for the map drawing activities and a printable PDF version of the curriculum. While the drawing lessons don't have you labeling every single island, river, or mountain on the planet, the detail of the coastlines, borders, major cities, and main geographic features is such that you should be well prepared for the final project: drawing your own map of the world. Colorful and distinct, this curriculum has enough variance for both the eager and reticent cartographer.

  • Item #: 018123
    Retail: $10.36
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    Designed with teachers in mind, this planner incorporates a two page spread for organizing information for multiple students. Included is a seating chart, forty weeks worth of lesson planning pages, tests/attendance pages and a notes section. The lesson page layout shows the subject down the left column and Monday through Friday listed across the top. The far right side includes a place to record the week, date, and space for additional documentation. Subject boxes measure approx. 2¼” x 1½” and the right margin box measures approx. 4” x 1½” and is gray shaded. Although designed for the school setting, homeschool families may find the larger size planning pages useful for home or co-op use. This House of Doolittle Teacher’s Planner is made from 100% recycled products, is spiral bound and has a vinyl cover. Deanne

  • Item #: 041921
    ISBN: 9780979505102
    Retail: $21.95
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    Subtitled "Beginning Latin for Homeschoolers and Self-Taught Students of Any Age," I could see this book serving as a great introduction to Latin for the family who is not sure they want to jump right into a full-fledged Latin course. Of course, it would be just as useful for an older student (or even Mom and Dad), if they have never studied Latin but want to learn it on their own. The course was designed out of necessity by author William E. Linney, after he was asked by a relative to teach Latin to her children. He set out looking for a course that would not require a Latin teacher, was self-paced, self explanatory, offered lots of practice exercises, was non-threatening, and inexpensive. When he couldn't find a course that suited his needs, he designed this one. The book contains 134 lessons, which are short (usually less than a page in length), un-fluffy, and incremental in progression. Lessons strike a nice balance between introducing new vocabulary, explaining simple grammatical concepts, and memorization of noun and verb forms. No lesson covers all of these tasks, but instead focuses on one objective and covers it well. Lessons that introduce new Latin vocabulary feature a new Latin word, its English meaning, and sometimes a pronunciation tip. This is usually followed by about ten sentences to translate. Lessons on grammar are also bite-sized, and different forms and cases are introduced gradually. As they are introduced, they are added to a chart, and students will translate sentences that use the forms and cases that they have learned. As charts are filled with endings or forms, students may be asked to memorize them, to aid in future lessons. Just for fun, "Latin Expressions" are scattered throughout the book. In each one, the author takes a common Latin phrase like "caveat emptor," or "etc." and explains the Latin history behind each phrase. Don't underestimate how these little "sparks" of knowledge whet your appetite to learn more! By the end of the book, students will have stockpiled basic vocabulary of around 100 words, be comfortable translating simple sentences in Latin, and have a grasp of basic Latin grammar.

    There are a couple of aspects of this course worth noting. First of all, because the book is more of a text than a worktext it is not designed to be consumable. For translation purposes, the author recommends translating the sentences in a separate notebook. If extra practice is desired, you may wish to translate the sentences back to the form given in the lesson. Secondly, while we all realize that pronunciation is very difficult to teach "out of a book", the author has considered this, and has come up with an ingenious solution. He has provided MP3 audio files free of charge on his website, which can be downloaded and used with the lessons. As an added bonus, you can choose from either classical pronunciation or ecclesiastical pronunciation. Audio commentary on the lessons and a host of other helpful resources is also included on the website. Lastly, this course would be excellent prep for an older student who will be studying Latin in high school or college who hasn't had the benefit of laying a basic Latin foundation earlier in life. Upon completion of this book, I think students would be more ready to tackle Lingua Latina, Oxford University Latin, Henle Latin, or Cambridge Latin, than if they were starting off cold. Latina Christiana I or other complete courses designed for younger students could also be considered reasonable continuations, although there would be much more overlap/review between courses. This is a terrific way to get started in Latin and I am glad that the author did not find what he was looking for to teach Latin, because he has certainly written a course that fulfills all of his goals! – Jess