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  • Item #: 025767
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  • Item #: 025573
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    Defeat the villains of Gotham City with your math skills! Action-packed games cover skip counting, shapes, addition, subtraction, counting, odd & even numbers, and more.

  • Item #: 025757
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    Explore life under the sea while helping the lovable characters complete math problems, land on the best letters on jellyfish, and more. Covers underwater plant and animal life, phonics skills, reading skills, math skills, and science facts.

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  • Item #: 025656
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    Join Cinderella and Ariel on educational, enchanted adventures. The princesses complete tasks on shapes, letters, numbers, counting, phonics skills, and early math.

  • Item #: 026159
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    Challenging games like identifying letters as puzzle pieces fall away, ordering objects from largest to smallest, memorization activities, and more. Teaches memory skills, problem-solving skills, and comparing and contrasting.

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  • Item #: 025607
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    Craft a unique creature by picking various facial features and body parts and then build it a home. Teaches cause and effect, symmetry, spatial reasoning, colors, shapes, and listening skills.

  • Item #: 045548
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    With this versatile notebook, beginning authors can pen their first story, start a daily journal, or write and illustrate their autobiography. Pages alternate between blank pages for illustrations on the left-hand side and lined pages for writing on the right side. Each writing page has five wide lines (1 1/8" lines) with a blue top line, a dotted midline, and a red baseline. Fifty-one colorful, cartoon stickers are also included to complement your stories or inspire a new one. 80 pages, 8" x 10 ½", spiral bound. – Rachel
  • Item #: 061216
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    A fun variation of Crazy 8's that will have your emerging reader practicing his beginning, ending, and middle sounds without even realizing it's "drill." Colorful vowel-coded cards each have a three-letter CVC word. Players start with seven cards and discard them by matching the sounds. For instance, dad matches cat (same middle sounds); cup matches cat (same beginning sounds); ten matches pin (same ending sounds) but bud does not match with cab (the "b" is an ending sound in one and a beginning sound in another). Four action cards keep things moving along – change the vowel (wild card), leap frog (lose turn), turn around, and draw one. For 2-8 Players.
  • Item #: 014949
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    Race colorful, cute pigs through a field to be the winner! First set up the 8 different path boards to make a unique path every time. Next, roll the die to see how far your pig moves in a turn. Remember: you cant pass other pigs, but you can leap frog over or start a piggyback if you land on their spot! This game promotes basic numeracy and fine motor skill development for your littlest players, and family fun for all. 1CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs. Laura

  • Item #: 001121
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    Band your frogs together to take over the island! Leap your way to victory in this strategy game by linking together seven or more frog tiles of your color. This game made me think of the strategy of chess (which I'm not a fan of), but with much easier game play because frogs only move in straight lines (which made me really like this game!). From the makers of Hive, this game encourages group interaction and strategic thinking for 2-4 players and an estimated 35 minute game play time. Includes 40 sturdy frog game pieces, 4 marker tiles, a rules pamphlet, and a drawstring bag to keep everything together. - Laura

  • Item #: 000790
    ISBN: 9780763655303
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    Keeping kids physically active does not have to mean signing them up for a sports team. Think of playground or back yard games you played as a child: tag, leap frog, hide and seek, or 500. They all involved running and jumping or a ball, and they kept us moving! This book suggests you lead by example and get out there and teach these games to your kids. After all, Mom could probably use a little exercise, too! There are 12 versions of tag, 4 hide and seeks, 14 ball games, 7 team games, 3 sidewalk games, 7 circle games, 7 race games, 12 other games, and 4 more that have no rules. Each game includes specifics on how many players are needed, age recommendations, required space, and materials along with simple directions to follow. Parents are encouraged to adapt the rules and to let kids negotiate when there are disagreements. Sometimes you want kids to go outside and use their imagination, and other times you want to facilitate organized playing time so they learn to follow rules and play with others. Kids are then more likely to create their own versions of some of these games! 96 pgs, pb. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 039229
    Retail: $64.95
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    From one homeschool mom to another. Everything in this program is designed to communicate "I'm a homeschool mom that taught my kids to read. It's easy. It's fun! You can do it, too. Have a great time." And I'm sure if you follow Diane Hopkins' step by step approach wrapped with loving teacher-student interaction, that's exactly the result you'll get. After going through the just-the-right-size (25 pages) Teacher's Guidebook and looking through the brightly colored cardstock that makes up the program, I'm happy with the appearance of the product and really, really impressed with the content.

    Starting at the very beginning, Mrs. Hopkins has boiled the entire process down into eight steps. And even if step seven (teach phonics units containing two or more letters) has seventeen parts, she's still managed to make a homeschool mom's most fearful task into something that seems remarkably ordinary and doable.

    The package contains the Happy Phonics Guidebook, "My Big Book" (an almost-to-the-end-of-the-program-reader) and lots of printed, brightly colored paper and cardstock – flashcards, game components, first little readers and spelling lists. The Guidebook contains the Eight Steps along with specific how-to instructions for each step. The essence of the program is to introduce the phonics concepts a few at a time and then play games for retention. The author suggests that lesson time be about 10 minutes a day, but you may want to factor in more time to play the games over and over just because the student wants to.

    The Guidebook is extremely user-friendly and written in first-person, mom-to-mom form. The step-by-step instructions are straight-forward and easy to follow. All references to the games and other supplementary material are coded with little symbols found on the colored sheets. Practically foolproof! But just to be sure, there's a chart that lists which games/components are used with each teaching step. There's also a chart clearly laying out those seventeen phonics units that make up step seven. And, of course, the teaching aids are clearly marked for each unit.

    The teaching progression is common sense. Alphabet song; capital letters match lowercase letters; the main sound for each letter; blend letter sounds to form a word; teach common non-phonetic (sight) words; teach vowels that can make a second sound; teach through the phonic units; READ. Although she doesn't consider them absolutely necessary, the author does mention supplementary material that she likes and that her children have enjoyed – Lauri perception puzzles, Leap Frog Phonics Library, and the Explode the Code books. In fact, she changed her original letter presentation order (used with her older children) to conform to the Explode the Code books for her younger children and in this program. She also suggests various supplementary readers.

    The games and other reinforcement activities are obviously a central component of this program. Some preparation is involved, usually just cutting cards apart. I would be inclined to laminate (or cover with clear contact paper) some of the frequently-used cards and game layouts if I thought it likely I'd be using the program with a number of children. The games include some adapted favorites like Phonics Bingo and a number of creative originals like the Y Not? Game. The line art of the game components is not high tech graphics but still communicates the concept and looks inviting. Components of the games are color coded, with the little symbols marked on each game piece, so that you can easily unscramble things if they don't always get put away neatly.

    This program fits into the "complete program" category of phonics instruction, as it includes systematic phonics, reinforcement, and reading practice. The program gets your student reading on his own in an enjoyable way. Please note that it does not cover advanced syllabication, prefixes, and suffixes that tend to be found in second/third grade levels of some phonics programs. But it is an enjoyable program that will build the confidence of a newbie and provide ease of instruction for busy homeschooling mothers. All for a very reasonable price! - Janice