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  • Package E

    $159.00
    24 Units of Study + the Early Learning Success Curriculum Manual Save $178 Click on a Unit of Study to add it to your package. Click on any of the items in your package to remove it. Download our Current Catalogue to see an overview of our available Units. Please make sure to find and add the "Early Learning Success Curriculum Manual" to your package
  • Peace Keepers

    $12.00
    Living in a peaceful world allows all of us to excel and be the best we can be.  Teaching children how to be successful in school and life IS peaceful living. This is what we want for our children!
  • Picnic Party

    $12.00
    Plan a picnic and see how much the children enjoy it … well, maybe not the bugs!
  • Pizza Pizzazz

    $12.00
    Ooey, gooey melt-y cheese …... Pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, onions …… Crispy crust and spicy sauces …... What do you like best about pizza? Almost everyone loves some kind of pizza – whether it is a traditional pepperoni with tomato sauce or a ‘blonde’ pizza with chicken and Alfredo sauce. Pizza is a great topic that can provide learning in all areas – cognitive, language, creative and motor. Taking a field trip to a pizzeria is a really fun activity, especially if the children get to make their own pizza! Encourage children to explore all types of learning through these hands-on pizza activities: • Reading a recipe to make a personal pizza • Practicing sequencing in the ‘Top the Pizza’ game • Throwing a soft Frisbee ‘pizza’ As one of the pizza songs in the Unit says…. ‘Eatalota Eatalota Eatalota pizza’!
  • Polar Animals

    $12.00
    Find out about polar bears and penguins
  • The winter days can get long, and the bustle of the holiday season can cause an overload of emotions for children. Sometimes we all need to find some stress relief. Intentionally planning comfort-focused activities can help children (and adults) weather the stress of the season.   Children experience the fun of ‘popcorn and pajamas’ through these hands-on activities: ·       Hear the story, sing the song and act out ‘Ten in the Bed’ ·       Examine popcorn using magnifying glasses ·       Improve their matching skills with the Pajama Matching game ·       Use their fingerprints to create a ‘popping’ picture   Take some time to relax, put on some comfy clothes and snuggle up with the children and some good books! You will enjoy it and so will the children J
  • Power Camp

    $249.00
    Power Camp A Curriculum for Social & Emotional Learning A thoughtful curriculum for young children through School Age to help children develop their own ‘Positive Personal Power’. This curriculum supports the development of a positive learning environment where all children contribute to the well-being of the ‘community’. The development of ‘Positive Personal Power’ is a key factor in preventing bullying behavior. Components addressed to help children develop ‘Positive Personal Power’ include: • Positive self-esteem • Membership in a group • Communication skills such as listening and the power of language • Strategies for solving conflicts • Practicing respect and responsibility for ourselves, towards others, and our environment • Positive decision making strategies • Recognizing, respecting, and celebrating diversity • Commitment to civic responsibility and service learning This 500 page curriculum includes 10 Units that cover these important components, incorporating specific Units of Study from the Early Learning Success curriculum. The Early Learning Success Units are:
    •  Being A Friend
    •  I Can Do It!
    •  My Family
    •  Feelings
    •  Gifts from the Heart
    •  Elmer the Patchwork Elephant Book Unit
    •  Peace Keepers
    •  Happy Hearts
    •  Best Foot Forward
    •  Stewards of the Heart
     
  • Pumpkins

    $12.00
      Pumpkins are fun to grow, interesting to explore, work well in art projects, and very healthy to eat.  What more do we need?
  • Cranes lifting items high ….. Bulldozing large piles of dirt …..    Scraping the surface smooth ….. Trucks hauling away rocks and dirt …… These are all activities frequently seen at a road construction sites. Many children are fascinated by big, heavy construction equipment. They love the size, the noise, and the actions of these big machines. When children use trucks in the sandbox or sensory table, they are using their imagination to mimic what they see in their real, everyday life… this is how they learn about the world around them.   Exploring road and bridge construction provides hours of imaginative play. Through hands-on activities, children: ·       Re-create sounds and actions seen and heard at construction sites ·       Transform boxes into ramps, bridges and tunnels ·       Use their gross muscle coordination to move a ball along an obstacle course ·       Play a game by following a ‘road’ to park their car in a ‘garage’ Our world relies on safe roads and bridges. Encouraging children to learn about roads and bridges could spark an interest that eventually results in them becoming architects and engineers. 
  • Sea and Sand

    $12.00
    Summer is the time for beach fun!
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  • Shapes

    $12.00
    Shapes Unit of Study Highlights Circles, triangles, and squares ….. Sometimes triangles in squares ….. Geometric patterns in fabric and on buildings ….. We can find different common shapes in many things in our daily lives. Learning about shapes is important in many areas of development and school-readiness. Being able to discern and differentiate shapes teaches children to be visually discriminate, a skill that is essential in learning to read and do math – children need to be able to differentiate between a ‘b’ and ‘d’, and ‘3’ and ‘5’. It also helps children develop descriptive vocabulary which assists in communicating, key to success in school and social situations. There are SO many learning activities that can be offered using shapes. In this Unit, some of the hands-on activities include: • Making a Shape Book • Becoming a Shape Detective • Creating Shape Art with puffy paint • Using play dough on Shape Mats Our world is full of shapes, some simple and some more complex. Helping children see these shapes can expand their mental horizons!