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Manager’s Pick May 2017

Posted by on May 15, 2017 in Manager's Pick | 0 comments

Our Little Rock store manager picked “Cutie Pie Butterfly Hopscotch” by Melissa & Doug   What Our Manager Says: I spent many recesses as a child playing hopscotch on the playground. It was always a race to see how could grab the chalk and start drawing it first. I makes me sad that kids today are spending less and less time outdoors and more time on electronics. The Melissa & Doug Cutie Pie Butterfly Hopscotch, not only encourages physical activity,...

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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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Slack Lines to Zip Lines

Posted by on May 29, 2015 in New, Toys | 0 comments

Knowledge Tree has brought in a new product that we are super excited about! It is Summer time and that means more time to spend outside. You can turn your back yard into the ultimate adventure playground with Slackers! Slackers can help you create your very own summertime backyard playground.   Fly through the air on a Zip Line or balance you way across the yard with a Slacker Line. You can even create the ultimate swing with the Sky Saucer....

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Did You Know…Insect Lore?

Posted by on Apr 21, 2015 in Science, Toys | 0 comments

Have you heard of Insect Lore? Well let me tell you a little of what I have learned about them! Insect Lore was founded by one Carlos White, an entomologist working with insects in the agricultural industry. During this time he learned how to raise insects and prepare artificial diets for them. By 1965, White had asked himself the question, Wouldn’t it be wonderful if children could see the miraculous metamorphosis of butterflies up close? This inspired him to develop...

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Summer Camp World Cup

Posted by on Jun 18, 2014 in Physical Education, Social Studies | 0 comments

With the FIFA 2014 World Cup underway in Brazil what better time is there to enjoy the energy of Soccer! Using the guise of the World Cup you can take this opportunity to not only get your kids up and moving but, also, teach them about the world. Soccer, or fútbol, is a global sport, one that all countries participate in. The time is perfect to seize the chance to capture your students’ attention with a fun game of Soccer mixed with Geography and Culture lessons. Host...

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