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13 Homeschooling Supplies That Will Make the 2020 Semester Easier
As kids prepare to go back to school, many parents are thinking about homeschooling or opting for a hybrid form of learning, where their children are only in school for part-time. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite educational materials to help parents either homeschool full-time or supplement their children’s learning at home.
Delta Children Chair Desk with Storage Bin, Disney Mickey Mouse
Make their learning environment more fun with a Disney-themed children’s desk from Delta Children. Perfect for homeschooling, the desk includes a bin that can store workbooks, writing utensils, and other school supplies. Every desk is constructed of wood and features bright colorful decals of favorite characters from movies like Frozen, Toy Story, and Lion King. It wipes clean and can accommodate up to 50 lbs.
Ibex Easel for Kids Home Schooling, Dry Erase Desktop Whiteboard, Double Sided
Measuring 12 x 16, this whiteboard is a must-have for any homeschooling parent. Each side is magnetic and dry-erase, plus comes with a clip for holding papers for easy copying. It also ships with a set of dry-erase markers, magnetic letters, and a magnetic eraser.
Learning Resources Goodie Games ABC Cookies, 4 Games in 1, Alphabet, Pre-Reading, Phonics, Ages 3+
You can teach the alphabet, letter recognition, beginning sounds, world building, and early vocab with this fun set of ABC cookies. You’ll get 42 plastic letter-shaped cookies, 45 double-sided cards, 2 spinners, a plastic storage jar, and an activity guide to be able to do learning activities. Then when you’re done, just store it in the jar.
Learning Resources Farmer’s Market Color Sorting Set, Homeschool, Play Food, Fruits and Vegetables Toy, 30 Piece Set, Ages 3+
Skills taught with this set include sorting capabilities, colors, and counting. There’s 25 foods, 5 baskets, an activity guide, and stickers for labeling the baskets. And when they’ve learned those lessons, the foods make adorable accessories for play kitchen and grocery stores.
Alytimes Counting Stick Calculation Math Educational Toy, Wooden Number Cards and Counting Rods Box
Make math visual, easy to understand, and fun with this set of math sticks. Children will learn to recognize numbers and how to perform functions like addition, multiplication, division, and subtraction.
Carson Dellosa – Sentence Building Literacy Resource with 86 Cards for Language Arts For K, 1st, & 2ND Grade
This set of interlocking cards helps children with early grammar and reading skills. Each card features a word, and can be linked with others to form sentences. Easy to use over and over, the cards teach punctuation, capital letters, parts of speech, and sentence structure, suitable for learners K through 2nd grade.
Mead Kids Learn To Letter Tablet, Pre-K – 1st Grade Workbooks with Lined Paper
As children learn their letters, they need to make sure they form them properly. Mead Kids’ writing pads featured solid and dotted lines for practice. Each pad features 40 pages of Special 1” ruled, white paper.
United States and World Map Puzzle for Kids Ages 4 5 6 7 8
This set of 2 puzzles not only teaches states, capitals, and continents, but it also helps learn hand-eye coordination. Each puzzle piece is made of wood and features a colorful scratch-resistant decal. Removing the piece will offer a peek at the state capital and in the case of the world puzzle pieces, a note about what it is (continent, island, etc).
Learning Resources Tock The Learning Clock
Learning how to tell time can be tricky, but Tock the Learning Clock is a friendly robot friend ready to help. He introduces children to telling time with an analog and digital clock with hands-on learning. There’s two learning modes to test your child’s skills. Musical mode features Tock doing a little dance for a correct answer, while question mode asks children to match the hands to the digital display. And when Tock doesn’t teach, he can used as a fun alarm clock.
LeapFrog LeapStart 3D Interactive Learning System
When parents need a break, sometimes an educational toy can step in, especially if you’re homeschooling. LeapFrog is the leader in reading toys and the LeapFrog LeapStart 3D Interactive Learning System. Children will learn to read with the books, audio prompts, and 3D-esque animations. Ideal for ages 2 to 7.
15 Educational Posters, Alphabet, Shapes, Colors, Numbers 1-100, Multiplication Table, Days, Months,Money,Emotions,Human Body,Time,Opposites,Seasons,Weather,Animals
Reinforce educational concepts with this set of 15 bright colorful charts covering the alphabet, shapes, colors, numbers, multiplication, days of the week, emotions, the human body, time, weather, seasons, and more. A great way for point and learn school sessions.
learnworx Flash Cards – 101 Cards – 202 Sides – Learn Objects, Numbers & Play Games
Learn with Me flashcards are colorful ways to teach concepts like counting, objects, words, and other elements of early education. There are 101 cards in all, and each card measures 5.7 inches wide and 4.3 inches tall. They’re extra durable and are easy to wipe off.
500+ Sight Words Flash Cards Bundle Kit (Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd & 3rd Grade)
Get your kids familiar with reading with a set of 500 sight words cards. Each pack has up to 75% of the words found in beginner children’s books. The cards have 6 teaching techniques and educational games including:
- Complete the Sentence
- Create a Sentence
- Interactive Sentence
- Search the Deck
- Word Hunt