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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 #: 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. Its 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 Uncles 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 #: 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 students 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 youd like to try having a letter of the week with your preschooler, there are certainly enough ideas here to last! 240 pgs.

  • Item #: 027235
    ISBN: 9780198601098
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    Thumbing through this book, I remember, way back when, taking two years of Latin in high school and struggling to memorize my weekly vocabulary words. I couldnt for the life of me figure out what value this would have in my life. After a while, though, it began to dawn on me that I was seeing pieces of the words Id learned showing up in common words. Now, I catch myself looking at the words and phrases in this book and testing myself on what I can remember. For instance, I couldnt translate margaritas ante porcos, only remembering that "ante" meant "before." In case you dont know, it means "pearls before swine." For anyone who is as interested in words and their roots as I am, this is a fun read. It features over 1,000 Latin words, phrases, proverbs and sayings, listed in alphabetical order (in Latin). Translations are found immediately afterward, with other interesting information as to its usage, especially in literature. 224 pgs, pb. ~ Tom

  • Item #: 010750
    ISBN: 9781892427069
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    Linda Hobar, the author of this world history series, states in the beginning of this book, I believe history is the story of God revealing Himself to mankind and that He did it most perfectly through the person of Jesus Christthe mystery is the gospel of Jesus Christ. What a refreshing and different view from most world history curriculums! Those looking for a world history program that aligns the stories of mankind with the living story of God will truly appreciate this Bible-centered approach to the history of the world. Picking up where Volume 1 leaves off, this volume begins with the Pentecost and the first followers of Jesus (including Paul) around 29 A.D and chronologically continues through the early church and moves into the Middle Ages, covering the years through about 1456 A.D. The format of this book is very similar to that of the first volume; however, there are some small differences. Firstly, there are fewer lessons (84 as opposed to 108), but these lessons are slightly longer, offering more information on a given topic. Lessons generally take the form of real-life biographies, sharing the stories of men and women who changed the world while simultaneously showing the relationship between God and the world during that period. Another new feature is the bolding of key words to aid students in finding the information again later for activity or vocabulary purposes. As in the first book, this volume includes pretests to be given at the beginning of each week, end of the week reviews, memory card suggestions, bi-weekly quizzes, quarterly worksheets, and two semester tests. Memory cards are fact cards that students create for each lesson, capturing the main points and dates on an easy to review flashcard. The end of the week reviews continue to hold timeline and mapping exercises, providing students with helpful visuals of when important figures lived and where places studied are located. This volume also contains even more activities following each lesson than the first volume. This is simply to provide you with more choices, not to overwhelm you with feeling like you should do them all! These activities are generally categorized into younger, middle, and older student activities in order to accommodate the curriculum to a wider spread of grade levels, with the youngest comprised of many hands-on activities to help them experience history, middle activities a combination of hands-on exercises with research, and the older ideas centering on research, encouraging students to learn more and dig deeper into the people and lessons from history. The activities and memory cards, as well as the weekly and quarterly reviews and tests, are meant to ensure long-term retention of the key events and people throughout history, as opposed to the short term memory capacity we often hold history (and other subjects!) lessons in. The back of this hefty 700-page book contains the outline maps for the lessons, additional fun supplemental activities, suggestions of books and resources for further study of many of the topics, a chart of materials needed for the activities found in each lesson, and a full answer key. The fascinating journey across the continents continues as students discover who lived when and the way God worked His plan throughout this period of history. ~ Steph
  • Item #: 041739
    ISBN: 9781935495666
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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 #: 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 ones vocabulary. Instead of small a child could use: wee, dwarf, teeny, tiny, petite, itsy-bitsy, minuscule, puny, little, meager, or insufficient! Now thats a nice variety, dont 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 #: 009102
    ISBN: 9781880045282
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    This spelling notebook is specifically designed for younger spellers by providing widely spaced lines with the referential dotted half line. There is ample room to write the set of twenty spelling words covered in the weeks lesson from the Wise Guide for Spelling. The log has room for over 1000 spelling words. ~ Enh

  • Item #: 026340
    ISBN: 9780838860434
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    Its a spelling dictionary young writers expand upon as they learn new words. The entry for each letter starts off with a list of words and is followed by a number of empty columns (3 pages of columns is the most for any one letter) where students can write other words they want to be able to reference in the future. Columns are also included for listing colors, family, friends, classmates, and pets; and some other lists provided are days of the week, months of the year, contractions, numbers, and ordinals. A Teachers Guide is also available, which shows teachers or parents how to get the most out of the student book. Detailed teaching suggestions are given, along with ten blackline master activity sheets and a progress tracker to assess the improvement students are making. ~ Zach
  • Item #: 000170
    ISBN: 9781449452711
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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 #: 057934
    ISBN: 9781893791084
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) This 30-page personal dictionary is a great way for each child in your class to record and keep track of all the words she learns. At the top of each page is a letter and a picture representing that letter, followed by lots of lined spaces where children can write in their new words. All 254 high frequency words are listed alphabetically for easy reference. Plus word lists for colors, numbers, days of the week, and months.
  • Item #: 036883
    ISBN: 9781607101932
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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 #: 035534
    ISBN: 9781938176340
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    Im a planner-aholic, and Ive probably used a planner since fourth grade, but I got very excited when I saw these wonderful daily planners. These are a great way to help your children stay on-time and on-track with their various assignments while enriching their lives with Gods Word! There are planners geared towards elementary (grades 3-6), middle school (grades 6-8), and high school (grades 9-12). Planners are dated by year, and we stock current editions.

    The full-color Large Elementary School Planner is 8 1/2 x 11, is spiral-bound and 3-hole punched, and is dated from August to July. Each month begins with a calendar to keep track of all of your events and has a scripture theme. Then there are weekly Monday through Friday, two-page layout calendars which provide ample space to record your assignments under the subject categories provided (Bible/Religion, Math, Reading/English, Science, Social Studies, and Spelling/Vocabulary). Space is also provided for you to record your prayer requests and memory verses. Games, puzzles, and scripture verses (from the NIV translation) are interspersed throughout the planner for when you need a little break from homework. The back of the planner also includes helps such as study hints, instructions on how to write a paper, parts of speech, commonly misspelled words, a world map, a U.S. map, and much more.

    The Large Middle School Planner differs slightly from the elementary version in that it is offered in both NIV and KJV versions, has different monthly themes, and has different subject categories (Bible/Religion, Math, Social Studies, Science, and English, plus room for assignments in other subjects). Otherwise, the planner is similar, but has a slightly more mature feel.

    The Small Secondary School Planner is 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, is spiral-bound (but not 3-hole punched), and does not have games and puzzles. The 2-page Monday through Saturday calendar is more open-ended as subjects are not listed. Even though it is half the size, there is still plenty of space for your child to keep track of everything going on in their life.

  • Item #: 044316
    ISBN: 9781438001661
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    Expand and improve your vocabulary in just 15 minutes a day with Barrons! For nearly 40 years, this best-selling book has helped countless students (and adults) learn new vocabulary words to assist in their studies, college entrance exams, and overall reading comprehension. This book contains 46 weeks (plus two bonus weeks) of lessons, with each week containing five daily lessons. These lessons introduce five new vocabulary words that students learn by reading a brief passage, completing sample sentences, and matching each word to its definition. An idiom is introduced at the bottom of each lesson page as well (briefly defined, with a sample sentence). Each daily vocabulary lesson is only one page, and the exercises are fun, interesting and bite-sized. The book contains a variety of review exercises to test prior words studied, and the end of the book has a multiple-choice Final Review Test as well as pages containing real-life quotes that use the vocabulary words. Index and answer key included, 397 pgs, pb. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 053460
    ISBN: 9780764147814
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    All words are pegs to hang ideas on. I can ignore the fact that this sentence ends in a preposition because I like the message by Henry Ward Beecher, Proverbs from Plymouth Pulpit. It also opens lesson 1 in this book. I really quite like the lay out here and I think kids and parents will too. Forty two lessons of 12 words each should take you a school year to cover if you do one lesson a week. Lessons can easily be student-led or teacher-led. The 12 words are shown in a quick-view list, and then each has a definition with 3 sentences as examples. So nice! Kids then read a passage that includes all of the new words. Two (varying) exercises give students a chance to apply their new vocabulary in practice. See how practical this book could be for you? All words are indexed in the back (to be used on a final exam perhaps.) Answer key is in the back for self-checking. Pages may not be reproduced. 202pgs, pb ~ Sara

  • Item #: 026554
    ISBN: 9781933682143
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    Soccer Meeting Today, Remember Lunch Money, and Big Physics Test Friday are just some of the reminders that you can assemble with the help of these great locker magnets. This set of 123 magnets has a great set of prompt words. While Im a big fan of student planners, there is something to be said about having a to-do list in front of your nose so you dont forget to take home an important book or to stay after school for a meeting. The thin rectangular magnets range in size from 5/10 x 7/10 to 1/2 x 2 1/2 (rather small for young children). The easy-to-read black text is on a white background. Included in the set are two large orange and white magnets that say Remember This! and Important! so your child can quickly move magnets under the appropriate category and not be late for class trying to assemble a complete sentence. A great tool for a memory challenged student, but hopefully you dont have to remind them to use them! - elise
  • Item #: 006534
    ISBN: 9781400316489
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    The title of this delightful book says it all! Fifty-two devotionals (26 from the OT; 26 from the NT) cover the most familiar Bible stories but are organized to teach a young child how to know and apply the Word of God. And, by the way, this is the same preparation Jesus made use of when tempted in the wilderness. He knew Gods Word (It is written) and He knew when and how to use it. Each devotion is centered around a word and presented in alphabetical order. For instance, to OBEY is better than sacrifice. First is a summary of an OT story (when Saul disobeyed God), then a little song (O-B-E-Y), a short devotion (Obey Cheerfully), a scripture to hide (i.e. memorize), some application questions, and an ending prayer. Imbedded in each devotional is a full-page, delightful illustration along with several smaller ones. Print size is large (probably 14-16 pt.) and sections to be read are short (could be spread out over a week) and directed to the child so he could read through this by himself or with a little parental help. Both the story and the song from each devotion are available as free downloads (narrated by Kirk Cameron). Even the cover (a hologram picture) of this hardback book gives the child something to study as you watch Noah release the dove and the animals dance in excitement. A memorization checklist of OT and NT verses is included in the back of the 221 pg book. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 055087
    ISBN: 9781933339566
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    Builds on Level 1 or can stand alone for a writer with comparable experience. The thirty-six week syllabus covers fiction and poetry in 18 weeks each. The fiction section includes plot, characters, dialogue, point of view, and setting. The poetry section include rhyme, meter, line breaks, sound, and word choice.

  • Item #: 045487
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    By the same author as Spelling Plus, Susan Anthony, comes this program specifically for high school students. This is a one-year review of words most frequently misspelled by high school students, and in fact they account for over half of that groups misspellings. This list of 388 words overlaps with the word list in Spelling Plus, so if your student has completed Spelling Plus there is no need for them to complete Spell Well. This course incorporates the same techniques set forth in Spelling Plus and is a pretty straightforward approach to learning to spell words. A list of the 388 words in order of frequency of misspelling is given, followed by pages with the list broken down into 20-word groups for students to keep for review and spelling lists for daily practice. Suggestions for daily practice follow a specific formula - spell the word and read it, trace the word and read it, cover the model/write the word and read it, check from the model, check and correct the word you wrote, and close your eyes/spell the word and say it. Give a test on Friday and place misspelled words on the blank lines of student lists for repeated practice. Suggested dictation sentences are listed at the back of the book for use with each weeks spelling list. If youve done the math, you know there are only 24 lists total, which isnt enough to do a new list each week for an entire school year. The author suggests that you use holiday weeks for review testing and additional study of difficult words. The goal of this program is mastery, which is the ability to spell a word correctly every time. By following the procedures in this book, students will practice the correct words in a way that should cement the spellings in their mind. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 000345
    ISBN: 9781929683109
    Retail: $88.00
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    Continuing the excellent phonics, reading, and language arts instruction of the LLATL Blue Program, the Red Program incorporates the same effective methodologies and teaching strategies. The user-friendly teachers manual (Red Book) with 36 weekly lesson plans is comprehensive and thorough with little teacher preparation needed. The heftier Student Activity Book reviews skills taught in the first grade program and reinforces new skills with a similar assortment of excellent activities: word wheels, flip books, games, and cut and paste activities. More emphasis is placed on poetry, sentence structure, grammar and writing - all learned in the context of stories. Spelling is also emphasized more with weekly word lists, visual representation of words, and puzzles and games for review/reinforcement. The six readers are longer but just as engaging with soft-hued color print rather than black & white. Periodic skill assessments give the teacher the tools to decide what the student needs to review. The program includes the Red Book (teachers manual), the Student Activity Book, and six readers. The Student Activity Book and readers are sold separately for additional students. The Read-Aloud Library is integral to the program but sold separately (or available from the library). ~ Janice

  • Item #: 017746
    ISBN: 9781935000167
    Retail: $15.00
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    This CD-ROM not only includes word lists for each week (350 vocabulary words in all), but provides an audio pronunciations as well. Students will learn vocabulary by both seeing and hearing the words and they have the option of typing out the Latin or English answers. The software also makes it easy for parents to track student progress.

  • Item #: 022436
    ISBN: 9781886930261
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    Get that pick and shovel, find your Bible and pen, and put your expedition hat on - we're going digging. Into the Bible, that is. Approaching the Bible with an archaeological attitude - that digging into the Bible will require a lot of hard work and discipline, but that as you uncover the layers and start to see details you will strike treasure every time - this inductive Bible study by Evelyn Wheeler will open truths and bring an understanding of our Savior to children. This is a 12 week dig into the Bible; each of the week-long "digs" has five layers to work through. Children will read a good amount of Scripture each week as they progress through the layers. They will also be doing all kinds of activities along the way, which will include: writing exercises, map work, mazes, scrambled words, key words, connect the dots, word finds, crosswords, and more. Get children excited about their faith when they are young; it is so beneficial as they get older. Activity sections are consumable; answers are included. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 022435
    ISBN: 9781886930254
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    This inductive Bible study of Philippians aims to get children digging their way through the Scripture for themselves. Much more of a guide-book than a "this is what it says, this is what it means" book, this one will help children discover the truth in the Word of God and how to apply it to their own lives. This course has a strong emphasis on those aspects important to any study: prayer, Scripture memory, and cross-referencing, while also having a more lighthearted side using puzzles, word finds, and other activities to reinforce principles and aid in the "discover for yourself" process. The course is divided up for twelve weeks of study, each week containing five sections and a new memory verse. Learn more about Paul and his ministry to the Philippians and how his message still applies to us today. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 011872
    ISBN: 9781891206467
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    Our society today has lost sight of what is true beauty. A vast array of incomplete or inaccurate qualities inundates our daughters from billboards, television and the like. Have you ever wondered how to teach your daughter what really matters when it comes to defining beauty or how to show her what Gods word say about beauty?

    With over ten weeks of in-depth studies on the topic of beauty, this excellent book will provide your daughter a thorough understanding of beauty from Gods perspective. Topics included are Beauty in Submission (I Peter), Beauty in the Heart, Beauty in Trusting God (Sarah), Beauty in Humility (Esther), Beauty in Modesty (I Timothy), Beauty in Serving, Beauty without Discretion (Proverbs), Beauty under Pressure (1 Samuel 25), and Beauty in the Gates (Ruth). The book concludes with a review of Biblical beauty.

    While a thorough understanding of the above concepts is invaluable to our daughters, one of the greatest treasures of this study is that our daughters are taught how to study the Word of God. Through inductive, topical and character studies which compare passages of scriptures, research Hebrew and Greek Words and teach how to effectively use printed and online study helps, our daughters will become well-equipped to study the word of God for a lifetime. Recommended materials include internet/mobile apps, Naves Topical Bible, Strongs Exhaustive Concordance and a Bible you dont mind marking in. KJV and ESV are the versions utilized throughout the study.

    Additional study ideas are included at the end of each study if you wish to examine the concept more in-depth. Incorporating additional topics will provide a thorough, year-long study on beauty. While primarily written for girls, the author provides alternate questions for young men designed to help them understand true beauty, making this a flexible resource for families. Consumable workbooks are reproducible for family use. PB. 128 pgs. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 052639
    ISBN: 9780794528072
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    Clever, colorful wipe-off cards will make tricky words less of a chore to learn. Each card has 3 words at the bottom and 3 spaces to write at the top. A guide tells kids how to use the cards. Look at the word first, read it carefully. Say the word and try to remember how to spell it. Cover the word and write it in the box at the top of the card. Check your answer by revealing the word. More tips include learning words in groups with similar letter combinations. Think of an expression using the word to help you remember it. Picture the word in your head or break the word into smaller bits. Cards are color coded by spelling rules so you could cover one color per week. Examples of the words on the cards are: happiness, receive, Wednesday, knuckle, sphere, and lightning. You get 50 cards (300 words) and a wipe-off marker. ~ Sara

    Improve students spelling and writing as they read jokes, cartoons and riddles. Its a fun and interactive way to practice lessons independently using a Hot Dots pen (#26290, not included in either set). Kids get instant feedback. As they press the pen to the right answer, they are rewarded with a green light. An incorrect answer makes the pen glow red. It also gives out encouraging phrases and fun sound effects. Each set has 100 grade level words. Grade 1-3 Set works on short/long vowels, r-controlled vowels, blends/digraphs, sight words, plurals, contractions, homophones, and more. Here is an example. (Riddle): What animal is ___ all the time? Answer: A blue whale! The dot choices are: a. sade, b. sadd, c. sad, d. sed. Grade 4-6 Set provides practice with special vowel combinations, contractions, plurals, suffixes, homophones, silent letters, and more. An example: What does a caveman give his wife on her ___? Ughs and kisses! Choose from: a. burthday, b. berthday, c. birfday, d. birthday. ~Sara

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