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What’s worse than rain on a perfect day? It’s the lack of a good thing or a productive thing to do. Nowadays, children, instead of having to play educational board games would rather spend their time playing with their top of the line gaming console or their latest handheld portable game devices. Though there is nothing wrong with these advancements in technology we have to pay a certain price that some people are not even aware of.
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  • Adorable graphics, easy play and no reading required make this award winner a perfect first board game.
  • Interactive play stimulates learning and fun, with four ladybugs embarking on a different adventure every time.
  • The winner is the first ladybug to… Continue reading

Online math games for kindergarten are an excellent way to expand on the material being learned in school. Not all math games are created equal however, which is why it’s important to look for certain features. Some online games are… Continue reading

  • Easy steps to creating complete sentences
  • Spoken grammar practice
  • Finish cooking up a sentence first to win!

Proper grammar is easy as pie when “chefs” follow recipes to make complete sentences by gathering and correctly identifying parts of speech. Draw… Continue reading

Swing sets, wooden forts, play sets, tree houses or playhouses are the usual settings in the backyards of the people. People have different kind of such playful settings for their children in their gardens or backyards. Whether they have small… Continue reading

  • The Webster’s Game of Word Racing
  • Includes 300 cards, which have 1800 clues at 2 playing levels
  • This special edition includes a Junior version for ages 7-9, as well as the regular version
  • World famous game is back and better… Continue reading

  • Pop for Sight Words Game
  • Recognizes and reads aloud sight words
  • Great for improving fluency
  • Includes 100 die cut popcorn cards
  • Measures 3″ x 3″ x 6 1/4″

Grades 1 & up. Students will gobble up handfuls of fun as… Continue reading

  • The fun way to learn world geography
  • Learn interesting facts about the world
  • Learn geographical information about each country
  • For 2-4 players, children ages 8+ years

The fun way to learn world geography! Board game takes two to four players… Continue reading

A Board Game Education is an entertaining and valuable resource for parents, teachers, educators, and anyone who appreciates the fun and entertainment provided by classic, traditional board games. The book provides an informative analysis of how classic board games that… Continue reading

Differentiated instruction focuses on the students and places them at the center of learning. Traditional classrooms focused on the teacher and did not account for the various learning styles of students. Although not all schools use differentiated learning as the… Continue reading