Where educators & parents come to shop.

Teacher Swap

Posted by on Mar 16, 2015 in Stores | 0 comments

Knowledge Tree is hosting its first Teacher Swap! Are you retiring? Are you changing the grade you teach? Do you just have too much in your classroom? Come and participate in our Teacher Swap!   Little Rock Store Saturday, April 11th   Cordova Store Saturday, April 18th   Summer Ave Store Saturday, April 25th   Horn Lake Store Saturday, May 2nd   Register for a table at any of the participating stores for $20.00. Click HERE for a Registration Form...

Read More

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...

Read More

You Can Do It Too!

Posted by on Jul 17, 2014 in Back to School, Classroom Decor | 0 comments

Do you just love our Back to School window displays? Here’s what we used to create them! Now, you can do it too! Under the Sea Window:   What we used: Trend 4″ Ready Letters – Sea Buddies (T79757) $7.49 Fadeless 48″x12′ Bulletin Board Paper – Bubbles (1074046) $5.99 Assorted 9″x12″ Sunworks Construction Paper (PAC6525)  $8.99 Do-A-Dot Markers (DAD103) Ocean Animals Cut Outs (CD5554) $5.99   Tiki Hut What we used:...

Read More

National Teacher Day

Posted by on Apr 28, 2014 in Holidays/Events | 0 comments

  I was one of those kids who loved to go to school because I was lucky enough to have teachers that I loved! If I HAD to pick one favorite teacher then I would have to go all the way back to the beginning and say it was my kindergarten teacher, Mr. Bob Eagle. He was the one who started me off loving school. He was one of those teachers that the students could tell that he loved to teach. We may have been five and six year-olds, but we knew that he wanted to be there and...

Read More