Monday, August 26, 2013

Win a Free Educational Game: Labor Day Contest


There are a lot of ready made products on the market today that can really help to make the teaching process easier.  However, the problem is that many teachers are not given a budget, and it can be difficult to afford these tools.   

Enter today to win one of the following educational products. All you have to do is follow the links to the product pages and pick the product you like the most.  Next, leave a comment below this blog with the name of your favorite product, as well as some way for me to contact you - if you win.  I will randomly select the winner from the names below this post over the Labor Day weekend.  I will also be having a similar contest on my blog from a different selection of educational games.  So be sure to enter that contest too: http://learningspecialistmaterials.blogspot.com/

You can only enter once, but you can also get your friends and family to enter for you. Find your favorite amongst the following:

Reversing Reversals: 
http://goodsensorylearning.com/reversing-reversals.html

Making Inferences: 
http://goodsensorylearning.com/making-inferences.html

Planning, Time Management and Organization for Success: http://goodsensorylearning.com/planning---organizing.html

Following Directions the Fun and Easy Way - Intermediate
http://goodsensorylearning.com/following-directions.html

Good Luck and Cheers, 


5 comments:

  1. I would love to win Making Inferences. It's always a hard skill for my kiddos, so I'm always looking for new ways to help them with it.

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  2. Making Inferences is what I would choose to win. I am psyched this resource contains advertisements from around the world! Trying to teach kids how to use clues to figure out something while engaging them in a fun activity is always a challenge. I'd love to win Making Inferences to help them achieve this important skill.

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  3. My favorite product is Good Sensory Learning's "Reversing Reversals". This would be so helpful for my first grader. He struggles with reading, writing, and spelling. He displays several dyslexic characteristics such as writing letters and words backwards, reading from right to left, and trouble recognizing sight words. I have created a Pinterest board for this product: http://pinterest.com/pin/2181499792882075/
    I can be contacted at: eyepincher84@deliveryman.com

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  4. I would love to win the planning, time management and organization.

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  5. I would like to win Making Inferences. This is a concept with which my students typically struggle.

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