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6 Manipulatives, 15 Classroom Ideas

Kids learn by doing, which is why manipulatives are perfect tools for teaching and reinforcing concepts. They are useful for hands-on, small group activities; and for letting students explore and develop reasoning and problem-solving skills. Here are 6 manipulatives we love, and 15 ideas for using them in your classroom: (Side note- if you are interested in any of the manips mentioned, ...

26
Jan
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Teacher, General

The Art of Hygge (And 5 Simple Ways to Achieve It)

the art of hygge. While there is no actual English word that directly translates hygge (pronounced hooga), it can be described as creating a warm atmosphere, embracing joy in simplicity, and spending time with good company. Sounds lovely doesn't it? Who wouldn't enjoy a little hygge in their life. With the cold temperatures and shorter days, now is the perfect ...

23
Jan
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in General

Science-Fair Fun

Is your child's science-fair on the horizon? While the thought of a science fair project might not sound like alot of fun to some, remember that science-fair projects are meant to engage kids in topics they care about, in new and fun ways! Here are 9 tips to help your children get the most out of their projects! Advice for kids ...

19
Jan
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent, Parent, General

Dr. Eureka Game Review

The brilliant Dr. Eureka has important experiments for you to complete! Mix the molecules, master the formula! Cut to the Chase Brainteaser game that strengthens fine motor skills by pouring test tubes Encourages fine motor skills, visual perception, focus and attention, processing speed Pour the "molecules" back and forth in the test tubes to match the challenge card For single ...

15
Nov
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent, Parent, General

Little Red Riding Hood Game Review

Can you help Little Red Riding Hood find the right path to her grandma’s house? Discover the magic of the popular fairy tale in this wonderful brain teaser for preschoolers. Cut to the Chase Fun preschool-level brainteaser designed after the classic fairy tale favorite Encourages creativity and imagination, visual-spatial skills, logic, problem-solving A brilliant way to introduce little ones ...

10
Nov
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent, Parent, General

Shut the Box Game Review

Whether you are looking for solitary entertainment, exciting competition or a cooperative challenge, Shut the Box from Scholar’s Choice is it! Cut to the Chase Encourages basic math skills, logic, strategy, cooperative play Timeless fun the whole family will enjoy! Roll dice - Knock down tile combinations that add up to the number you rolled High quality materials for ...

10
Nov
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent, Parent, General

Math Squared Game Review

Cunningly educational, Math Squared is a game where learning your addition or multiplication facts is made easy, fun and captivating. Read on to find out more about the game, see it in action, and learn about the important learning skills this fun game will help your children develop and strengthen. Cut to the Chase Encourages number skills, logic, quick thinking ...

08
Nov
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent, Parent, Teacher, General

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