3 years & up. Support fine motor skills as you introduce beginning writers to eight basic writing skills in a fun and engaging way. Real images encourage children to establish familiarity with the strokes necessary for early letter formation. The 16 double-sided thick and sturdy dry-erase pages are bound at the top to allow for easy flipping and accommodates both right- and left-handed writers. Eraser and dry-erase pen are sold separately.
Grades K & up. Features 18 research-based graphic organizers that encourge analysis, evaluation and synthesis according to Bloom's Taxonomy. Includes 24-page activity book with blackline masters and how to examples of each organizer. Spiral-bound chart with 10 double-sided, write & wipe pages (including two blank pages for customization). Measures 14 1/2"L x 20"H.
Printed on sturdy tagboard that performs well with inks, pencils, and crayons. Ruled 1.5" with .75" dotted midline on one side, and a single line ruled on the opposite side. Use for teaching basic skills, word wall activities, tags, and more! Set of 100 white sentence strips measure 3" x 24" each.
The award winning Royal Reading/Writing Center has been redesigned with many unique features and a modern style. Helping you teach more efficiently while engaging your students, these teaching centers are an essential teaching tool for all primary and junior classes. Contains four sliding tubs with easy access and safety stops, three inch casters with foot activated brake, big book rack, removable/ adjustable lined magnetic dry-erase board, and multiple tiny tubs for storage. Assembly required.… More »
Grades K & up. Improve sight word recognition, increase fluency, and introduce grammar with this set of puzzle pieces, each color-coded by part of speech. The set of 250 puzzle pieces (approx. 2" x 2") also includes four blank puzzle pieces and a four-page booklet with directions, teaching suggestions, and games. Supports NCTE standards.
Grades 1 & up. Spark brainstorming and imagination with these writing prompt cubes. Students can use cubes in both creative storytelling and nonfiction writing activities. With different writing prompts on each side (36 prompts total), foam cubes offer a variety of ideas for individual or group writing projects. Cubes wipe clean and are quiet when rolled--perfect for centers. Activity guide included. Cubes measure 1 5/8".
A great learn-to-write series based on the Sky to Ground™ concept for handwriting. Bold graphics and color coded lines in blue, green, and red allow children to quickly understand the concepts of lines and space. Large space for illustrations with 1" spacing. 8 1/2" x 11". 360 sheets.
Grades 1 - 3. Build a variety of sentences that answer four basic questions: Who? What? Where? And when? Color coded tiles make complete sentences easy to build. Great story starters to help children explain how or why, and what happens next. Set includes 60 tiles plus teaching notes.
Grades 1 - 2. A great learn-to-write series based on the Sky to Ground™ concept for handwriting. Bold graphics and color coded lines in blue, green, and red allow children to quickly understand the concepts of lines and space. Large space for illustrations with 5/8" spacing. 8 1/2" x 11". 360 sheets.
Keep whiteboard supplies organized with this lightweight wooden caddy. Small enough to place on a table or desk. Provides easy access to twelve 9" x 12" lapboards, markers and erasers. Supplies not included. Fully assembled.
Take the mystery out of Bloom's Taxonomy with Quick Flip Questions for Critical Thinking. Learn how to ask questions, lead discussions, and plan lessons geared to each level of critical thinking. This hand-held flip chart helps improve thinking skills at any age. Teachers, parents, and students alike will find this an indispensable tool for improving communication, enhancing verbal skills, developing questioning skills, facilitating report writing, and developing higher levels of thinking.
Grades 2 - 5. No more tedious worksheets! These double-sided, self-checking cards make skill practice easy and accessible. An excellent source for parent involvement. Questions cover spelling, grammar, punctuation, sentence structure and word usage. 240 practice questions per set.
5 years & up. The WRiTE BRAiN Author's Kit compromises everything any young person would need to become an author of their own original children's book, which is published and shipped to their door! It's an exciting, imagination generating experience that makes kids of all ages (and even their parents) WANT to write! Kit includes: richly illustrated and wordless book, coupon for a professionally printed and published book, 9 1/2" x 9 1/2" softcover book with dust jacket, author's guide,… More »
Grades 1 - 5. Use these fully interactive products to teach students important skills in grammar, punctuation, and spelling. The activities are fun, but they aren't gimmicks; they're based on standards and benchmarks. Includes 180 sentences that need to be edited. And if that's not enough, the program allows thousands of custom sentences and paragraphs to be created and saved! Compatible with all brands of whiteboards.
Grades 2 - 4. Adjectives, adverbs, nouns, verbs -- which part of speech would you want to be/ Life as a word can be wild and a lot of work. Discover how these lexicons live and how they help build sentences. 10 books with 24 pages each. Includes: If You Were a Noun, If You Were a Verb, If You Were an Adjective, If You Were an Adverb, If You Were an Adverb, If You Were a Pronoun, If You Were a Homonym or a Homophone, If you Were a Compound Word, If You Were a Prefix, If You Were a Suffix, and If You Were a Plural Word.
Grades 2 - 4. Adjectives, adverbs, nouns, verbs -- which part of speech would you want to be/ Life as a word can be wild and a lot of work. Discover how these lixicons live and how they help build sentences. 9 books with 24 pages each. Includes: If You Were an Antonym, If You Were a Conjunction, If You Were a Preposition, If You Were a Synonym, If You Were a Contraction, If You Were an Apostrophe, If You Were a Comma, If You Were an Exclamation Point, and If You Were Quotation Marks.