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Rainbow Price: $9.68
Kid (and educator!) favorite, Mad Libs, now reinvented for easy solo play! With 20 activity sheets, the flip n’ check plastic sheet and a dry erase marker, children will enjoy hours of mad lib silliness and grammar practice! Simply place the blank mad libs grammar page under the plastic sheet and fill in your responses. When finished, flip the page over for your unique Mad Libs story with your prewritten words perfectly placed. This is perfect for independent play and review, to occupy busy minds in the car, or to free mom to focus on other children. Spiral bound, padded hardcover. ~Deanne
Rainbow Price: $9.95
When my children were younger, every December we put aside our books and did a month-long focused study on Christmas. One year we studied the Christmas story, another Christmas traditions around the world and yet another year, we focused on the history of Christmas Carols. What I love about this unit study is that it masterfully unites each of these into one inclusive study.
Beginning with a detailed study of the birth of Jesus, it then surveys the history of our Christmas celebrations. Designed to take an hour or more, each of the fifteen lessons includes Bible study, history, geography, science, art, poetry, grammar and the stories of Christmas carols. Children will also write (or younger ones will dictate) five essays about Jesus and what following Him means in real life. Two booklets are completed during this study: "A Baby Book for Jesus" and "Christmas Traditions Around the World." Complete instructions and a craft supply list are included. While most supplies are things you will have at home, others are easily found at your local hobby stores. Author Charlene Notgrass also includes a list of read-aloud selections, but feel free to use your family favorites to make a more memorable Christmas experience. Books are consumable; each child will need his own copy. Lesson recommendations and answer key included. Spiral Bound. Scripture references NASB. ~ Deanne