Thursday, April 6, 2017

Everything Educents this Easter! 10 Must-Haves for the Family #atozblogginghchallwnge #QT


Regular visitors know I swear by Educents for their high quality,
reasonable prices and  phenomenally unique inventory.
This homeschool momma can't say enough about their service as well.
SO just in time for Easter and Spring,
 I'm stopping in to
 share some fun, fresh items in store for us!

Happy Shopping!



uKloo Early Reader Treasure Hunt Game

Building reading skills plus fun in one game!








Building Sentences: Weather and Seasons


No Prep Language Arts Center for Weather and Seasons. 
Just print and go! Printable worksheets for building sentences: r
einforces emergent reading and writing skills, such as concepts of print, sigh.

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Quadropod Swing Set


This "grow with me" swing will take your little ones from 
babyhood through middle elementary age, 
with simple adjustments! 
With neck support for 6 month old babies, a T Bar, harness, bucket seat

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Spring Alphabet






Spring Alphabet Match and Clip is a fun literacy center activity 
to match uppercase and lowercase letters.
 Perfect for work boxes, work tasks for autism,
 literacy centers, and Spring units.

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Read and Write the ROom



. A fun, interactive, Spring themed center to build vocabulary and 
engage your active learners in writing. 
Students search the room for picture/word cards then 
record the word on the leveled record.

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Getting your students to remember what they learn
 is one thing and getting them to learn to do it fluently is a whole other beast! 
That's where these cards can help you!

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Spring Word Scramble





Welcome to a fun SPRING themed edition of ORDER UP!
 Your students will have to use their word skills as they work to
 unscramble SPRING related words AND complete an assignment. 


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Colors of Spring




A fun two - child coloring book!


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Seasons leveled reader



This colorful introduction to spring is perfect for the early science curriculum. 
Simple, repetitive text closely linked with colorful original photography makes this leveled reader book exceptionally appealing to the youngest readers. Includes a visual glossary, which uses a simple image to define each word.
In this leveled reader book learn how the weather can change from wet to warm. See how kites and birds fill the sky, and watch as plants and gardens start to grow.

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Lift the Flap~




Encourage writing with these easy, interactive writing prompts. 
Each prompt set includes a rhyming prompt,
 space for the student’s illustration, a glue-on flap, 
and space for the student’s writing.

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~Chris

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