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HABA Motor Skills Board On the Farm – Double Sided Wooden Color and Shape Recognition Fun Ages 1 and Up

The cow is black and white, the roof is red, the tree is green – every child knows that! This shuffle board game teaches the very young to recognize and identify these colors. And to learn geometric figures, just turn the board over! Material: plywood. Dimensions: Ø 8 ¾”. HABA is a German company with […]

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Teaching Literature Rhetorically: Transferable Literacy Skills for 21st Century Students

“When am I ever going to need this again?” If you’ve heard students ask this in your English class, Jennifer Fletcher has just the answer. Teaching Literature Rhetorically shows you how to help your students develop transferable literacy skills that allow them to succeed not just in their English language arts classes, but, more importantly, […]

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Star Right Magnetic Letters and Numbers with Dry-Erase Easel – 104 Educational Alphabet Magnets with Whiteboard for Vocabulary, Sentence Building and Math Skills

Star Right Magnetic Letters and Numbers, 104 Pieces, 26 Uppercase, 56 Lowercase, 20 Numbers, 6 Mathematical Symbols for Vocabulary, Sentence Building, and Math Skills Turn A.B.C. into A.R.T.! Star Right combined creativity and education to design the perfect way for kids to develop an elementary sense of both the alphabet and mathematics! With our magnetic […]

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WolVol Educational Kids Toddler Baby Toy Musical Activity Cube Play Center with Lights, Lots of Functions and Skills for Learning and Development

With the WolVol Activity Cube Center there’s so much for little toddler to do. Everywhere baby turns there is something to do and learn! Various skill functions and interesting activities. Everything a child can imagine of: Built-in microphone to sing their favorite songs. Turn the mic function on and a glowing baby-animal will appear on […]

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Creative Kids Educational Chalk Mandala Stencil Toy Set With 4 Colored Chalks | Durable Drawing Templates, Washable Sidewalk Chalks | Spiral Art Drawing Fine Motor Skills, Boost Creativity and Learnin

Guide Your Kids Into Creative Gaming & Fun Drawing! Seeking Toys That … … could keep your little ones entertained for hours? … are educative, smart and challenging? … can stimulate their senses? … are colorful, interesting and loads of fun? … can trigger their imagination and sparkle interest? … are made to last? No […]

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Color Matching Egg Set – Toddler Toys – Educational Color & Number Recognition Skills Learning Toy

✔ Help preschoolers learn to count, sort, and match! ✔ Improve hand dexterity, color recognition, and fine motor skills. ✔ Built to last – made with top quality child-safe materials. ✔ Durable case included. ✔ Great for 18m, 2, 3 year olds and up. Make the most of your child’s priceless first years! Give them […]

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Skoolzy Toddler Toys | Stacking Crystal Peg Board Set Educational Toys for 1, 2, 3 Year Old Boys & Girls | Building Blocks for Toddlers Fine Motor Skills

BENEFITS of CRYSTAL PEGS *Light Table Toys – illuminate the pegs with a light table or flashlight for a fun and exciting way to play and learn *Color Recognition – know your rainbow colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple *Stacking & Sorting – separate by color then stack by color *Counting & Numbers […]

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Learning shapes and colors for babies – great educational game for toddlers to learn basic colours and geometric forms together in many languages (English, Spanish, Russian and others) and train fine motor skills, develop memory No Ads

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Building Blocks for Boys and Girls Mommy’s Choice Creative and Educational Construction Toy Develop Motor Skills through Play

Pretend Play Farm Building Blocks – LOVED BY KIDS Enhance Your Children’s Motor Skills and Creativity Now and Everywhere! -Do you consider creativity to be an important skill for the personal development of your child? -Did you ever wonder how to keep your child busy at the restaurant or during a trip? -Do you want […]

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Q’s Race to the Top Educational Board Game with Book: social skills, manners, and better behavior!

Includes: 150 question and action cards, 4 figurines, large dice, game board. — Meet Q, the genius monkey with A LOT to learn about life. In the board game “Q’s Race to the Top,” children can help Q race to the top of his tree house by answering questions and performing fun actions. The questions […]

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Q’s Race to the Top Educational Board Game: social skills, manners, and better behavior!

Find out what parents and kids around the country are raving about! In this interactive board game, children help Q race to the top of his tree house while answering questions and performing fun actions. Practice social skills and better behavior with questions designed to promote feeling identification and communication, manners, creative thinking, balance and […]

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Learn to Letter Writing Skills Practice Pad 40 Sheet 12″ x 9″

Learn To Letter Practice Pad. Product Features Learn to letter pad Tape bound top Ideal for teaching children to write their alphabet 40 sheets 12″ x 9″ For A Complete Overview Of Our Stock Click Here…

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48 Questions to Help Students Develop Critical Thinking Skills

January 26, 2017Critical thinking is a disruptive  cognitive process that explores alternative ways of thinking about something with the purpose of uncovering silent and untold meanings. Critical thinkers do not settle with the obvious and the taken for granted. They always delve into the deep layers of meaning and engage in profound intellectual altercations to […]

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Educational Border Crossers: Essential Skills and Attitudes for Teaching Immigrant Students

Only when children who are linguistically and culturally different are truly valued, will educational reform measures work. Teachers who affirm immigrant students’ cultures, linguistic assets and lived experiences and who are open to learning about different ways of knowing can be the most successful with immigrant students. Qualitative inquiry methods were used to guide the […]

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