Tuesday, April 27, 2010

I have a new review available to read on Animal Lives: Dolphins and Porpoises. CLICK HERE to read it.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Reading Records for a great Lewis and Clark book now available!

In 1803, Lewis and Clark started plans on an amazing quest to explore the wilderness across North America. Over the three year journey that started in 1804, they faced many obstacles and struggles. Be carried into the past as you read about their expedition including actual journal excerpts.

Use Reading Records for As Far As the Eye Can Reach: Lewis and Clark's Westward Quest for a literature study with this book (reader not included). Reading Records is a comprehension program that uses list making as the basis of gathering information. Believing list making to be one of the best tools we teach our children, we find and mark/record lists in every chapter. Vocabulary is taught and comprehension questions are also given.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Coming Soon- Reading Records for As Far As the Eye Can Reach: Lewis and Clark's Westward Quest!

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Contest for Learn to Study the Bible book

Raising Real Men is having a contest to give away one copy of the book Learn to Study the Bible by Andy Deane. All entries must be in by noon tomorrow so hurry up and head on over there to read their review and enter to win. http://tinyurl.com/yda6or6

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Our new Freebie of the Month is Pockets of Time for Ginger Pye and for a limited time, the back page of this file will include special discount codes towards selected products in our store. Feel free to spread the word!

Jerry and Rachel Pye so badly want a dog. For one very hard earned dollar they buy the smartest and most intellectual dog they have ever come across. They name the pup, Ginger. Ginger steals the hearts and affections of just about everyone that he comes across, that is, until someone steals Ginger. Jerry and Rachel are distraught and never stop looking for their special pup, but will they find him?

Use Pockets of Time for Ginger Pye by Eleanor Estes (reader not included) for a wonderful hands-on reading comprehension program. As the story is read, your child will be placing color coded event flashcards in order and placing them into their hand crafted pockets. This pocket can be placed into a folder or notebook for easy use and the color coding makes checking for accuracy a breeze. Try them today and you will not be disappointed!

Saturday, April 3, 2010