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  • Item #: 038219
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) 18 weeks' worth of vocabulary words based on full color photographs taken in Hawaii. Non-consumable, for all ages.
  • Item #: 038182
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) 18 more weeks' of vocabulary lessons based on striking full-color picture studies! For all ages, nonconsumable. Spiral bound.
  • Item #: 038179
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) This 18 week vocabulary program for grades 4 and up uses full-color picture study to introduce five new words each week. Simple to follow, and taking just minutes per day, your child will easily remember the week's words through the recalling of the photograph chosen to represent those words. Non-consumable, spiral bound.
  • Item #: 038186
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) This volume contains a wide variety of photographs by photographer Carla Morrison, taken in Paris, France, and introduces a whole new batch of words! What a fun and descriptive way to see the world!
  • Item #: 038183
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) This particular volume is a result of our family's missions trip to the Dominican Republic, and offers much variety and interest for the student continuing in this series of best-selling vocabulary books, as well as a look into the culture and spreading of the Gospel in a third world country.
  • Item #: 030391
    ISBN: 9780439929233
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    Maybe a little extra practice is all that is needed for your child to master phonics and/or reading skills. This book is formatted in such a logical way that it would work well as reinforcement for any phonics program. It teaches a variety of phonograms and addresses several core reading skills. The more phonograms a child recognizes, the more they can read and spell, and as recognition improves so does comprehension.

    120 of the most essential word families are arranged into 20 different packets. Each packet consists of 10 pages. Page 1 introduces 6 new word families such as ad, at, ap, ag, am, an. 9 activity pages follow, which are designed to appeal to a variety of learning styles and address core reading skills. Reading skills and aspects of phonetic analysis include previewing, blending, isolating, decoding, rhyming, comprehending, deducing, and attending. Learning styles are addressed by incorporating, listening skills, writing, reading, and visual activities.

    The activities in this book can be used as independent work, small group or even whole class practice. The flexibility of this program lends itself to being used in a number of ways. Students can do the book as a complete program and work through all 20 packets in order to cover all the content in the book. Use the activities to target specific phonograms by working on just the activities that cover those specific phonograms. Cover just the reading skills needed by the student by following the labels in the top right corner of each activity page.

    The scope and sequence chart at the front of the book provides at-a-glance content for each packet to make your planning a bit easier. This black and white, reproducible book will provide the extra practice you need for your family or classroom.

  • Item #: 042949
    ISBN: 9780439504072
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    Providing a range of activities and ideas for teaching about each letter of the alphabet, this book is filled with reproducible pages to use in your classroom. The book is organized by letter, and the pages provided for each letter follow the same format. In writing this description, I will use the "a" pages as the example, with the understanding by you that these pages are duplicated for the other letters of the alphabet. The first pages offer a large uppercase "A" and a large lowercase "a." These blank letters can either be colored by the students or covered by them with something starting with that letter (acorns, apple seeds, airplane stickers, etc.). The next several pages (varies between 2 and 8) offer ideas for activities or things to talk about that begin with that letter. For example, you can learn about animals that start with "a," teach about acorns, help students learn their address, read a story about being afraid, look at an album, go apple picking, visit an aquarium, measure student's arms, make an "awesome aunt award," and talk about autumn. These are a just a few of the ideas provided you can pick and choose however many you want or come up with your own. Some of the ideas could be built into a whole field trip; others can be completed within the comfort of your home in just a few minutes. These pages of ideas are followed by a list of additional "a" words that may come up naturally in conversation throughout the week. Next there is a page of labeled picture cards (objects that start with "a") and a page of word cards (words that start with "a"). A few ideas for using these are provided, or you can come up with your own activities. The last two pages of the section focus on writing. The first page holds lines for students to practice tracing and then writing "A" and "a"; the second provides more of the same along with lines for writing a few "a" words and a place to draw a picture of something that start with the letter "a." This last page is designated as a page for an alphabet book, so when students complete all of the letters you can staple them together to make their book. If you'd like to try having a "letter of the week" with your preschooler, there are certainly enough ideas here to last! 240 pgs.

  • Item #: 043113
    ISBN: 9781844834051
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    Join the elite ranks of sudoku master problem solvers! This small-format book explains and hones the strategies you'll need to conquer even the most challenging of these puzzles. After some background information, chapters move from Basic Techniques to Extreme Solving. To see if you've mastered the tactics, the author includes 20 hard and extreme puzzles to solve at the end, followed by a chapter discussing variations of the basic sudoku and other places to find puzzles (mostly internet sources). All solutions are included. Did I mention that regular mental workouts are essential for prevention of brain decay? So, let's get that pencil sharpened!

  • Item #: 060737
    ISBN: 9781483817217
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  • Item #: 061828
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  • Item #: 014886
    ISBN: 9781562344733
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  • Item #: 014885
    ISBN: 9781562340957
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  • Item #: 027818
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    With large families and hectic lifestyles, it can be difficult to keep track of who has to be where, when. This planner will allow you to have all of that information at your fingertips. Each planner sheet has room for Mom/Dad and four kids whose names all fill in the column on the left. Then there are seven columns, with each weekday listed at the top. Mom/Dad get a big row, with spaces to fill in obligations for "AM," "NOON" and "PM". Each child receives a smaller row for each day. A small row at the very bottom of the chart is labeled "DINNER," so you can keep track of the menu for that night, the time dinner will be served or even who is responsible for cooking the meal. At the end of the week, rip off the top sheet and start organizing the next. 9" x 12" pad holds 50 sheets and has a magnetic strip on the back. Megan

  • Item #: 057604
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    Here is a 6-month supply of weekly chore charts for your kiddos! Each page is 8.5x11" and has four categories down the left side: myself, my room, family & school. Each topic has 3-5 chores like brushing teeth in the morning, put my clothes away, help with dishes, and participating in lessons. You have 1 or 2 spaces to add your own responsibilities in each category. Across the top are the 7 days of the week. Write your student's name at the top and there is a space at the bottom to write a goal for the week. Place one of our scratch-off stickers (item 058960) at the top and write a reward under it. Your student gets to reveal their prize for completing all of their responsibilities! Charts have a purple border, red headlines and black/white text. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 019786
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    I’m tired of flipping pages back and forth! All five days are shown on one page so your students can see the week at a glance, and you can fill them in each week without page-flipping! Spiral bound book is 7� x 11� with 48 pages (40 devoted to assignments). Eight lines are provided for each day of the week (if you need more, you’re workin’ ‘em too hard!) Extra pages are for class schedule, special projects, schedule of “school events� , directory, etc.

  • Item #: 051241
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    So you’ve spent all this time making your weekly menu, shopping for groceries and then you realize that your menu doesn’t fit with your schedule for the week! Don’t worry about trying to juggle it all – have all the info you need right there at your fingertips. This handy 9� x 12� pad contains 50 identical sheets – with a bright orange border so you can always find it! The sheet is divided into two main sections – the top portion features all the days of the week across the top with three boxes under each day labeled “Lunch,� “Dinner,� and “Snacks/Dessert� . A column all the way on the left is labeled “Need to Buy� for your necessary provisions. The lower portion has blanks for each day labeled “A.M.,� “Noon,� and “P.M.,� with a notes portion on the left so you can see your family’s schedule at a glance. This way you can remember which night you’re hosting friends, when you have evening commitments and need a quick, easy-to-make dinner, or if you have a jam-packed day and need to throw in a crock-pot meal. Megan

  • Item #: 003562
    ISBN: 9781568226613
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    As you might have already guessed from the evocative title, this is a vocabulary book centered on Greek and Latin root words. There are 36 units that can be used one per week or in concentration. It's a fun, interactive type of book and a good precursor to the more studious Vocabulary from Classical Roots series. Master word lists, along with their roots, are provided up front as a handy reference and summary. It includes several ideas for activities for each study. Every unit contains three reproducible pages for the student, introducing ten vocabulary words and tracing their definitions back to a common meaning. The pages are graphically stimulating and motivating to complete, rather than a dry, fill-in-the-blank presentation. I especially like the little symbol on the upper right-hand corner of each student page which gives a visual reminder of the root from which all these words spring. As an example, the first root studied is the Latin "foli," meaning "leaf." After students match the definitions to words printed on an assortment of leaf shapes, they make up sentences for each and, optionally, with string, tape, and a twig, make a foli mobile. The second student page for this unit is entitled "Comic Re-Leaf." It has a circle of cartoon visuals depicting the meaning of each vocabulary word with little pictures, characters, and word bubbles. In the center are the ten vocabulary words to write on each. For reinforcement, students then turn their paper over and write the definitions for the ten words from memory. The last page "Turn Over a New Leaf" presents news headlines incorporating the vocabulary words. Students have to write the first sentence of each news story, defining the vocabulary words. For example, the first sentence of a story for the headline "Unicorn Uncovers Unusual Unifoliate Under Uncle's Umbrella" might read, "Yesterday, a young unicorn playing in the park moved the umbrella of a family member only to find a rare species of plant having only one leaf." After this, the student is told to choose one of the headlines and illustrate it. This approach to learning vocabulary has something to offer for all learning styles, including the hands-on learner.

  • Item #: 030543
    ISBN: 9781449465391
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    Lefties, this planner is for you! Spiral binding on the right and planning pages on the left! It begins with a year-at-a-glance calendar page, and then proceeds to weekly calendar views. The left-hand side of each two-page spread shows Monday through Sunday of a given week, while the opposite page has fun facts, trivia, or quotes from famous lefties. The calendar dates are arranged from top to bottom; each has its own 7" wide by 1" tall horizontal white "strip" for jotting notes. Holidays and birthdays of famous lefties are noted. Planner covers January through December of the current year. The cover depicts a vintage-like illustration of a left hand writing with a pen. A fun, unique gift for the southpaw on your list! ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 011708
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    These double-sided pages with subtle floral background each contain a complete week. Each day has its own space and the top of the first page has room for goals for this week and people/contacts. 55 sheets.

  • Item #: 020693
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  • Item #: 041739
    ISBN: 9781935495666
    Retail: $19.00
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    A planner should be _______. Ask a hundred teens how to fill in the blank and I’ve no doubt this planner will measure up. First of all, it’s amazingly practical and usable. Spiral bound; backpack-sized size (7� x8.5� ); pleasing, subtle-hued graphics; plasticized covers; and, undoubtedly, whatever content page you might possibly want. Its fill-in-the-date approach allows for maximum flexibility. Twelve monthly (two-page) schedules provide an inspirational scripture, interesting brain facts, roomy daily squares, and places for notes. Weekly (two-page) schedules (48) provide five lined boxes per day, a place to keep track of SAT words, and an inspirational quote as well as places for doodles, notes and appointments. Extra (and useful) pages abound: U.S. and world maps, periodic table, guides to pronunciation, italics, and capitalization – and much more. Also included is a nice collection of record-keeping, transcript-planning, and college-prepping pages. You’ll want to tuck this planner away in a memorabilia box when you’re through. In addition to all the academic information, there’s a journal-type section for “my favorite things� (i.e. movies, books, friends, etc.) as well as a couple of pages devoted to “dreaming� and writing out goals. Janice

  • Item #: 057944
    ISBN: 9781893791480
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    Publisher description: Start building a lifelong love of words with these interesting, ten-minute-a-day, oral vocabulary activities. Comprehensive, stimulating word introductions provided for the teacher engage children, and lead them quickly to correct usage. They will act out word meaning, draw pictures, find lots of ways to use each word, and more. Watch them glow as they impress people with all the silver dollar words they know. 192 pages. Spiral bound.

  • Item #: 057948
    ISBN: 9781601841278
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    Word problems are a fun way to build logic and comprehension skills. These particular problems focus on language rather than math. Children have to pay close attention to the wording and details to solve the problems. Introduce a problem a day as a warm up activity. Because these are made for young students, the vocabulary and situations are relatable and familiar, built around a family named the Wordly's. There is a performance assessment after every 7 problems, and 77 total problems (not counting the testing opportunities.) Here is a problem from the middle of the book called Pajama Drawer:

    First is the word problem, "The youngest Wordly boy's dresser holds his pajamas, pants, & shirts. The dresser has 3 drawers. Each type of clothing is in a separate drawer. The middle drawer holds his shirts. His pants are in the bottom drawer. In which drawer are his pajamas? Then you talk about it, "Are his pants & pajamas in the same drawer? (no) How many drawers are there? (3) How many different types of clothing are there? (3) The next step is called picture it: (materials: paper & pencil) Draw 3 drawers. Draw to show where the shirts are. Draw where the pants are. Draw where his pajamas are. And finally, the solution: The pajamas are in the top drawer.

    The performance assessments have this same format, the students are just doing it without any help from you. In the back is a page index where you can look up a certain skill such as time, money, shape, sequence, etc. The problems are short and sweet, as a warm up should be, but are enough to get your little learners thinking critically and actively. Spiral bound, sc, 6.5x8.5", 90pp ~Sara

  • Item #: 053805
    ISBN: 9781420624465
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    Retire those overused words and replace them with more vivid vocabulary. This workbook is rather like a thesaurus activity book for kids. Some of the overused words include: big, cold, few, happy, loud, play, sad, and small. Sound familiar? Then your student is probably in need of this handy workbook. Each overused word has two activities to go with it to broaden one's vocabulary. Instead of small a child could use: wee, dwarf, teeny, tiny, petite, itsy-bitsy, minuscule, puny, little, meager, or insufficient! Now that's a nice variety, don't you think? Learning new words increases reading comprehension, writing, and speaking skills. Choose one word a week and keep a list of the alternative words on a wall in your classroom. With 30 common words and loads of synonyms, this will go a long way towards improving word skills in a school year. Pages may be reproduced for your classroom use only. 96 pgs, pb. ~Sara

  • Item #: 010587
    ISBN: 9780823988877
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  • Item #: 000170
    ISBN: 9781449465711
    Retail: $14.99
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    Filled with explanations of the origins of words (like "restaurant," "work," "spoiler," and "Facebook"). The origin of each word is explained on the bottom of each daily page with the day of the week, date and a few lines for notes at the top.

  • Item #: 051217
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    Brought to you by the makers of Sequence, this dice-rolling, letter-matching game is fun for the entire family. This set includes a folding game board, playing cards, game dice, playing chips, and instructions. The game board contains a grid of 26 letters, plus 4 "free letter" spaces. The grid is surrounded by rows of color spaces, shape symbols, and numbered circles that are used to plot the location of each letter on the grid. The dice are not your typical black dot dice; rather, one die contains shape symbols, and the other colors. Each player draws a six-letter word card with numbers below each letter. To play, roll the dice and find the corresponding letter in the "Lettergraph" on the game board. If that letter matches one on your word card, place a chip on your corresponding number space. If there is no match, draw a cardyou may have to swap words, remove an opponent's chip, or lose one of your chips! The first player to match up the letters on the game board with their word card wins. 2-4 players. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 049104
    ISBN: 9780899576862
    Retail: $16.99
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    This daily devotional book presents an important Greek word or phrase from the New Testament every day of the year. The author covers the meaning of these important words as well as their cultural context. At the bottom of each explanation, there are a few scripture references for further study and a question or two to help expand your understanding of the Bible. For example, on January 2, the author presents huiothesia, the Greek word for adoption. After an explanation of the word and the cultural tradition surrounding adoption, he points you to Romans 8:15 and asks, "Because of our adoption, what emotion do we need never feel again?" Then, he asks, "In Ephesians 1:5, what is the basis of our adoption and its result?" Each daily study is only a page in length or less, which allows it to fit easily into your day. The author provides a helpful chart at the front of the book to help you know how to pronounce Greek letters, though I would have preferred pronunciation markings for each individual word, due to the possible changes for accented vs. unaccented syllables. The book includes instructions for further study, notes, bibliography, scripture index, English word index, Greek and Hebrew word index, and Strongs number index. This book makes a great devotional and would also make a great supplement for courses in Bible or in Greek. 410 pgs, pb ~ Caryl

  • Item #: 036883
    ISBN: 9781607101932
    Retail: $24.95
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    This book and DVD set is a valuable reference for anyone wanting to learn American Sign Language. The book begins with general organizing principles of ASL grammar, followed by sections showing how to sign numbers, the alphabet, days of the week, colors, and countries of the world. The rest of the book is arranged alphabetically, with a wide variety of vocabulary words that students and adults are likely to encounter in their daily lives. Each sign is demonstrated with close-up sequential color photos of a man or woman signing, supplemented by written instructions describing hand movements. Directional arrows and synonyms are provided where appropriate. The DVD provides live demonstrations of all 1000 signs found in the book, both with subtitles as a learning aid and without subtitles as a testing aid. 256 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 057946
    ISBN: 9781601841131
    Retail: $11.95
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    Publisher description: Rambunctious! Pandemonium! Extraordinary! The further adventures of the Wordly family will inspire your students to use the extra-long words they learn in their everyday speech. Each of these rich oral vocabulary lessons begins with a Word Story featuring the Wordly family, then invites children to answer questions about the word and think about what it means. Interactive follow-up activities make words meaningful as children act out word meaning, draw pictures, and find lots of way to use each word. 64 pages. Spiral bound.

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