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Learning Resources – Readiness Kits

Posted by on Jun 15, 2015 in Back to School, Language Arts, Math, New | 0 comments

Is your child ready for their upcoming school year? Did you know that during the Summer Break students forget more then 50% of the material they learned in the previous school year? Are you looking for fun ways to help your child retain the knowledge they’ve already gained and prepare them for what’s to come? Learning Resources has just the kit for you! The Readiness Kits include a Parent’s Guide, an Activity Book, and all the manipulatives you need! The...

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What is STEM?

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014 in Math, Science | 0 comments

What is STEM? STEM, an acronym for Science Technology Engineering and Math education, is not only an area of study but also a way of teaching and learning. STEM programs emphasize innovation, problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity. STEM education is focused in project-based and collaborative learning along with solving real-world problems. The Department of Education, in association with the National Science Foundation and the Smithsonian Institution, are...

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You Can Do It Too: Anchor Charts

Posted by on Jul 22, 2014 in Classroom Management, Language Arts, Math | 0 comments

Anchor Charts are posters that teachers make as part of a lesson. They then hang them up in the classroom for students to reference. Our Wolfchase store has many ideas displayed for all types of Anchor Charts! Check out some of their favorites! ~~~ Commonly Used Items: Mr. Sketch Markers Scented SAN20072TL – 12pk $9.99 Sharpie Flip Chart Markers 22474 – 4pk $2.99 Unruled Chart Tablet 24″ x 32″ PAC74510 – $9.99 Lamination – $0.50 per foot...

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Summer Fit Program 2014

Posted by on May 5, 2014 in Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies | 0 comments

  Don’t let this happen this Summer, check out the Summer Fit Program at your local Knowledge Tree! During Summer break most children don’t want to even consider doing school work, but keeping fresh in their minds what they have learned is very important. The Summer Fit Program offers a fun and active way to keep lessons learned fresh and keep children active, exercising mind and body. Children today have a plethora of options to keep them occupied during...

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Math Games

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Math | 0 comments

“Mathematics is like draughts [checkers] in being suitable for the young, not too difficult, amusing, and without peril to the state.” –Plato It is estimated that Mathematics started with the concept of counting around 50,000 B.C.E.. Since then Mathematics has grown into so much more, follow this link for an interesting Math-History Timeline. Some of us hear the word “Math” and we want to run screaming for the hills. We view it as daunting and...

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