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Author Archives: The Scholar's Choice Team

Grad Gifts for your Grandchild

Struggling with ideas on what to get your grandchild for their graduation? Tired of getting gifts that they don't seem to like? Consider these gifts that we think they will love! Puzzles Emoticon Puzzle For your grandchild that is constantly texting, they are sure to enjoy the familiarity of the emoticons in this puzzle. Ages 10+. All pieces are smooth-edged, well ...

08
Jun
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent

A Guide to Bath Toys

Rub a dub, fun in the tub! We wanted to make it easy for our families when it comes to selecting the right bath toys. It's time to have some good, clean fun. FLOAT ALONG TUG BOAT by Playgo No Landlubbers Allowed. Plastic-ware in the tub is all well and good until it comes time to pack up that leftover ...

09
May
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent, Parent, General

4 Ways the Winkel Builds Wonder

Babies delight in grasping things as early as four months when they are just starting to develop fine motor skills. This is also when eyesight matures enough to track interesting objects, which is why infants often put objects with contrasted patterns or bright colors in their mouths. This new sense of wonder is what makes the Winkel™ a winner across ...

09
May
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Grandparent, Parent, General

How Can I Get My Child Interested in Science?

Most children are naturally curious about science. Many adults assume kids will find nonfiction boring, but in fact, the opposite is true. We would suggest checking out a variety of children’s nonfiction books out from the library, or investigating online. Topics might include: space, sharks, earthquakes, the body, baby animals, etc. (If possible, have your child help with making ...

05
May
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in General

Clever Ways to Use Magnetics in the Classroom

Teachers know how important it is to stay organized. Bulletin Boards and centers are essential to keeping organization in the classroom, but sometimes there may not be enough bulletin board or wall space in your classroom. Using magnetics in your classroom saves space and time so you can efficiently manage your classroom. Take a look at these clever ways to ...

05
May
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Teacher, General

New Tax Benefit For Teachers and Early Childhood Educators

As teachers and early childhood educators prepare their classrooms for the upcoming school year, we are reminded now more than ever that learning professionals play a critical role in our children’s development and in shaping the future of our country. We recognize that teachers and child care workers often incur out-of-pocket expenses as they create a positive learning environment ...

29
Mar
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in General

Hop to it and Get Crafting! 3 10 Minute Spring/Easter Crafts

Crafting with your kids can be a powerful medium for building family bonds and fun, educational interaction! But crafting with your kids can also be a bit overwhelming. With short attention spans, how can you get them to complete a Pinterest worthy craft? Here are 3 great crafts that you can do with your kids in under 10 minutes. All these take ...

21
Mar
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Childcare, Grandparent, Parent, Teacher, General

Visually Reinforce Essential Skills

Visual reinforcement is an easy and effective way to help students remember essential information. Give your students that extra edge they need and build their confidence, especially as testing time approaches, with curriculum charts and bulletin board sets. Read on to check out our new favourites, along with some fun activity ideas to try out with your class! School Pop ...

17
Mar
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Teacher, General

Making Your Classroom Walls Work For You

Creating fun, engaging, and educational bulletin boards for your classroom can feel like a full-time job. The cutting, the laminating, and the gathering of ideas can take longer than planning your lessons for the week. Whether you have been teaching for decades or are entering the classroom for the first time, there is no denying that a useful bulletin board ...

02
Mar
Posted by The Scholar's Choice Team in Teacher, General

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