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  • Item #: 048424
    Retail: $80.00
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    This lab kit from Nature's Workshop Plus is designed to accompany Apologia's Exploring Creation with General Science and includes many of the harder to find items you need to complete the labs found in the text (sold separately). For ease and convenience, items are packaged according to the lessons.

    Kit contains: safety goggles, vegetable oil, corn syrup, piece of cork, blue food coloring, balloons, baking soda, funnel, pencil, sheets of paper, thumbtacks, yarn, cardboard, cardstock, paper clip, flashlight w/ batteries, spoons, table salt, scissors, facial tissue, soap bar, chewing gum, black pepper, tweezers, toilet paper, wooden ruler, bamboo skewers, alum, cotton string, washers, black construction paper, magnifying glass, sand, plaster of Paris, bowls, lima beans, paper towels, limestone rock, steel wool, foil baking pan, small shovel, modeling clay, paper plate, petroleum jelly, seashells, index cards, pipe cleaners, colored beads, rubbing alcohol, iodine, masking tape, nylon stocking, rubber bands, chicken bouillon cube, pen, crayon, yeast, plastic bags, butter knife, plastic bandage, tealight candle, vinegar, matches, mirror, straws, oral thermometers, saltine cracker, antacid tablets, stopwatch, flexible tubing, red food coloring, tea bag, coffee filter, practice golf ball, toothpicks, blindfold, and printouts.

    There are still a number of items you will need to gather from around your home, but the list will be much shorter if you use this assembled kit which will save you time, money, and gas by putting supplies at your finger tips. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 048428
    Retail: $75.00
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    Colored candies, white paper, paper towels, construction paper, stopwatch, animal cutouts, lemon gelatin, red, blue, green food coloring, deep bowls, paper cups, masking tape, thermometer, white and black trash bags, blindfold, masking tape, clear tape, cardboard, deer pictures, scissors, wooden ruler, cougar pictures, world map, child's goggles, breathing mask, foil baking pan, concrete mix, small board, peanut butter pack, shelled sunflower seeds, owl pellet, paper plate, bamboo skewer, tweezers, paper plate, gloves, file folder, world map, continent cutout sheets, index cards, yellow, red, blue, green colored beads, water bottle, pin, large balloon, plastic bags, cardstock, hanging wire, yarn, PVC pipe, foam board, permanent black marker, flashlight w/ batteries, foam cup w/lid, nail polish, chalk, copies of human body, shovel, oblong baking tray.
  • Item #: 048427
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    Personal-sized fans, AA batteries, pepper packets, balloon, construction paper, glue, plastic cup, paper cup, nails, blue drink mix, yellow drink mix, spoon, cardstock, clear tape, small cups, table salt, paper clip, pencil, colored yarn, petroleum jelly, gloves, stopwatch, plastic bags, chalk, tape measure, small box, vanilla, sea shell, Cheerios, disposable containers, sand, modeling clay, black permanent marker, plaster of Paris, thermometer, wooden ruler, battery holder, insulated copper wire, electrical tape small light bulb, light bulb holder, file folders, index cards, six-sided die, sea animal game pieces, Triops, colored pencils, scissors, cardboard, sheets of foam, dropper pipette, water bottle w/lid, large & small google eyes, brown & red pipe cleaners, cotton string, red drink mix, coral specimen, plastic tubing, binder w/lined paper, toothpicks, feathers, straws.
  • Item #: 048423
    Retail: $72.00
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    Paper towels, aluminum foil, electrical cord, light socket w/plug, 15-watt fluorescent spiral light bulb, plastic plates, glue, herb seeds, foam cups w/ lids, small paper bags, thread, glycerin soap bar, cooking oil, craft sticks, fragrance, scissors, sunflower seeds, bean seeds, pad of paper, plastic bags, coin envelopes, clear tape, ruler, magnifying glass, white paper, clay, cotton swabs, borax, construction paper, packet of seeds, file folders, index cards, assorted nuts, six-sided die, dandelion tufts, samara, burr, colored pencils, plastic bag, clothespin, washing soda, gloves, blue food coloring, thermometer, peat pellets, pencil, black permanent marker, measuring tape, thumb tacks, pinecone, red & blue paint, paintbrush, hanging wire, yarn, cardboard, binder w/lined paper.
  • Item #: 009766
    ISBN: 9780964321038
    Retail: $29.95
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    A creative, interactive, hands-on approach to vocabulary! What better way to retain the learning of new words? Using index cards, a file box, and a good dictionary, this approach is a welcome departure from the typical workbook fare. And, subtitled: Help for Reading, Writing, Spelling and S.A.T. Scores, it's obvious from looking at this book that it would, indeed, do just that! How? By teaching the roots of the English language found in Greek and Latin. Since the majority of our words are rooted in these classical languages, mastering these roots is a key that will open the door to understanding a myriad of words! The creative activity suggestions in this book could become the basis for wonderful unit studies as well.

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    Item #: 053282
    ISBN: 9781606522493
    Retail: $17.95
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    What product can you buy at a dollar store and use for cleaning up oil spills, recovering cell phones dropped in water, and drying out long-stemmed flowers? Cat litter! Surprising? This book is packed with hundreds of uses for all the common goods you can find for just a dollar at your local dollar store which means saving money. Why buy five single-use items when one ordinary product will perform all of those jobs just as well? Eight chapters are organized around typical aisles: groceries, health and beauty, gardening outdoors, cleaning and home supplies, housewares, notions, school and party supplies, and tools. Sprinkled amidst the 1,377 tips are sidebars that highlight the fascinating invention and history of many products we take for granted today. And although dollar stores no longer offer the lunch bar counter of local five-and-dime stores past, a short chapter at the ends serves as a tribute, holding over 30 recipes that were “Lunch Counter Legends.” Just make sure to keep some page markers (or extra ribbon, paperclips, index cards, clothespins….) handy as you read, because the biggest trick will be remembering all of these! - Steph

  • Item #: 042452
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  • Item #: 060757
    ISBN: 9781483816760
    Retail: $7.99
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  • Item #: 060297
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  • Item #: 033904
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    If you use index cards for instruction, study aids, or general review, you don't want to miss out on these! Tunza Cards are blank, double-sided, 3" x 5" reusable index cards. You can write on these glossy cards over and over and just wipe them off with alcohol to use again. Sounds like a typical dry-erase board, right? Well, it's not; in fact, these cards don't really work well with dry-erase markers. You have to use a permanent marker like a sharpie to write whatever you want on the cards – math problems, vocabulary words, letters, pictures, etc. You can use a dry-erase marker, but then the ink is prone to smear. If you use a permanent marker and wait for 20 seconds like instructed, the ink will not smudge or smear at all. All colors of ink seem to hold (and later erase) well on the cards. The seemingly everlastingness of the ink makes them much easier for hands-on use, especially for younger kids. Then, when you're ready to move on and use the cards for something else, just swab some alcohol over them and they're as good as new. Useful for every subject, these cards will come in handy again and again, so stop going through index cards like crazy and check out this reusable option. 25 cards in a pack. Rachel

  • Item #: 030720
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  • Item #: 025690
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    Includes batteries, thick and thin copper wire, paper clips, straight pins, aluminum foil, thread, masking tape, clear tape, Styrofoam cups, index cards, plastic cups, permanent marker, nails, washers, clothespins, modeling clay, rubber bands, manila folders, rice grains. Other supplies needed but not supplied include: scissors, pennies, paper punch, glass jars, and staples. Please note that NO magnets are included. TOPS recommends a ceramic "basic refrigerator magnet," available from their website, topscience.org.

  • Item #: 025677
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    Kit includes nearly all you need for the experiments in Electricity Activity Sheets, including batteries, bulbs, masking tape, aluminum foil, paper clips, rubber bands, index cards, clothes pins, steel wool, straight pins, and balloons. Items not included are commonly available and include scissors, pennies, and a paper punch.

  • Item #: 022375
    ISBN: 9781933339917
    Retail: $19.95
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    Math understanding doesn’t magically occur when a child begins their academic years – kindergarten and up. Their brains are developing from the time they are born, and you, the parent, can do things to help with that development and lay the foundation as they approach kindergarten. Games – my favorite way to teach young children! This 100-page, softcover book is full of games to help your young child develop an understanding of number concepts – counting, comparing and ordering, recognizing written numerals, and beginning addition and subtraction. You may already be doing some of the activities found in this book, but this book lays out the content in a categorized fashion. There are seven chapters – counting to five, counting to ten, numbers from zero to five, numbers from six to ten, written numerals from 0 to 10, comparing quantities and numbers, and addition and subtraction stories. This isn’t a workbook, but a great resource for parents.

    Typically, you will be able to use these activities with a child who is about 4, but you know your child best and can begin when you believe they are ready. The author suggests that you do the activities in this book in the order they are presented, take as much time as needed with each, and a questionnaire at the end of each chapter will help you determine whether your child is ready to move on. Children may progress at different rates, so be patient as you work with your child. Most importantly, have fun while incorporating these activities into your child’s day. You don’t want them to hate math before they even get going strong. The activities use items from around your home or are easily accessible. You may want to put together a math basket with the following items: 20 small counters, resource pages from the back of the book, one nickel and ten pennies, blank paper and a writing tool. Additional items that may be used occasionally are: ten small toys, four stuffed animals, small blanket, two small paper bags, two regular dice, tape, two different small objects for game tokens, two different-coloring writing utensils, toy cups, plates, spoons, and play food items, dot stickers, small food items, large index cards, and small stickers.

    Use these simple activities to solidify your child’s math foundation and only spend a few minutes a day doing so. Get them ready for kindergarten math and have fun in the process. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 006138
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    Kit includes: bag of rocks, baking soda, large balloons (5), black construction paper (3), small brown gift box (2), chalk, clay (Play-Doh), cocoa, comb, cone-shaped drinking cup, copper tube, dry cereal, flashlight, flat baking pan, food coloring (blue), glue, index cards, inflatable globe, large glass jar (12 oz), large glass jar lid, lima beans, magnifying lens, mass scale, matches, measuring tape, moldable wax, small nail, paper cups (10), paper towel sheets (4), pencils (2), permanent marker, piece of lined paper, pieces of rubber (2), plastic wrap, potting soil, red drink mix, rubber band pack (6 different sizes), ruler, salt, sand, sandpaper, scissors, small glass jar w/ lid (8 oz), small mirror, small wood block, sponge, stickers (4 pk), stopwatch, straight pins (3), student thermometer (2), tea light candles (3), thumbtacks, toothpicks, tuning fork, vinegar, waxed paper, white cotton string, white paper (5), wire coat hangers (2), and wooden dowel 6".
  • Item #: HZN5WB
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  • Item #: HZN4MK
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  • Item #: 071352
    ISBN: 9780764979590
    Retail: $13.95
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  • Item #: 069073
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    144 Lessons using McGuffey's Eclectic First Reader. Cursive Handwriting is taught and practiced. Supplies needed include unlined index cards and 3/8" lined paper. 

  • Item #: 067247
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  • Item #: 067246
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  • Item #: 067245
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  • Item #: 064965
    ISBN: 9781457538094
    Retail: $24.99
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       Take a different approach to teaching phonics and reading with your students. The Stretch & Catch Method can help children learn to read in 10 minutes a day. Whether you are teaching your children at home or they need extra help with their classroom learning, this method is easy and can be a tremendous help.

      The instructions for employing the Stretch & Catch Method are presented in a systematic fashion, so that anyone can use it. Developed by Amanda McNamara Lowe, her goal is to help all children learn to read. To learn to read, children must understand how words work. Stretch & Catch will help them see patterns in words, sound out the words, hear the sounds, feel the sounds, and use their fingers to “catch” the sounds.

      There are nine chapters in the book; chapter one is the explanation, preparation, and assessment portion of the book. This chapter is very important to understanding the Stretch & Catch methodology, The Word List (TWL), daily reading and placement. Stretch & Catch is a technique that uses the fingers to represent word sounds – Stretch is sounding out the word by raising one finger at a time per sound, Catch is saying all the sounds together, quickly, while bringing the fingers into a fist. Example: Spelling the word ‘dot’ – say /d/ and raise the first finger, say /o/ and raise the second finger, say /t/ and raise the third finger; say the word fast and pull the three fingers into a fist. My example is a simplified explanation of the methodology, and there is a scripted dialogue to be used along with it (8 steps). The Word Lists (TWL) are five colored lists of high-frequency words that the student learns to identify, these words make up 50% to 60% of the child’s reading and must be mastered. TWL are found in chapters 3 through 7. Assessments for TWL are found in chapter one, but you won’t use them until the appropriate time. Daily Reading to and with your child is a very important part of this program. There are no designated readers, but the author suggests reading alphabet and ABC books for children who need to learn basic letter sounds (children beginning with chapter two of this book). Early reader books for children in chapters three through six of this book, fluent readers (children in chapters 7-9) can read anything of interest to them. Chapter One includes a vital assessment tool to help you determine where to begin in this program. For children who need to learn basic letter sounds, begin with chapter two. Others start with chapter three, where Stretch & Catch begins teaching letter patterns. The word ‘feature’ is used to refer to the spelling pattern(s) being introduced in each chapter – there are 26 features total. 

      Chapter Two teaches the basic alphabet sounds (feature 1) and instructions are given at the beginning of the chapter. The author suggests that you have index cards on which to write the letters (lowercase and uppercase on separate cards), consonants in one color and vowels in another. Spend one week per letter for children who are being introduced to letters and sounds, one per day for those who just need review. Each letter has a key word that will be associated with it throughout the lessons. Only short vowels are presented in chapters two and three.

      Chapter Three introduces the first TWL words (you will want to use index cards to write them on for practice), Daily Reading suggestions, explanation of short vowels using Stretch & Catch, and scripted templates for teaching ‘features’ 2 through 6. There are two templates, one that is adult-led and another for child-led. These are examples of how to teach the lessons included in the chapter. You will then find lessons (lists of words) to use within the template for teaching each day. This chapter also includes some optional lessons.

      Chapter Four focuses on beginning and ending blends (features 7-11), and chapter five is beginning and ending digraphs (features 12-13). These chapters follow the same format as chapter three: TWL words, Daily Reading suggestion, explanation of the features in the chapter, templates, lessons, and examples.

      Chapters 6-9 cover features 14-26, and at this point your child is no longer considered a beginning reader. Lessons become child-led and you (parent/teacher) are there to be a guide. Children will learn about silent e, common long vowels, diphthongs, and r-controlled vowel patterns. Each chapter includes the TWL words, Daily Reading suggestions, explanation of the ‘features,’ an optional template for introducing the ‘features,’ child-led templates, lessons, and examples.

      Children should be reading fluently upon completion of this book, and just 10 minutes a day! Lessons may take more than ten minutes a day in the beginning; but once the methodology is mastered, teacher and student will love the ease of doing a short lesson each day. The method is multi-sensory and repetitive, which helps children to commit things to memory. The more a child is exposed to letters, sounds, and words, the quicker they will be imprinted on the brain (memorized). This method works well with beginning readers, but can also help struggling readers. 137-pgs, p/b. ~ Donna     

  • Item #: 062264
    Retail: $5.49
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    5 of each color: pink/blue/orange/green/purple w/black & darker tone print on front/back.