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5 New Really Good Stuff Products to Fall In Love With

Schoola Hoop

Did you know that we have a team of teachers who work diligently to bring you the best new products around? Where do many of the ideas come from? From you, of course! This winter we are so excited to bring you some really good products that will capture your heart while improving your students’ learning. Take a peek at some of the products that were designed just for you and fall in love with teaching supplies all over again.

Schoola Hoop™ – One-to-One Correspondence Set

Math + Hula Hoops = Learning Fun! That is the premise behind this fantastic new math activity. Let students work together on their one-to-one correspondence with this colorful, hands-on activity set.

Ice Cube Observation Poster and Mini Activity Books Set

Sometimes the best science materials can be found right in your own freezer.  Let students explore the properties of an ice cube and record their observations in their own mini activity books.  Perfect for early childhood and elementary learning, this great new set includes a dozen student books.  You can purchase additional books here.

Tweet a Sweet Note Cards

Tweet a Sweet Note Cards

Students need to hear positive reinforcement throughout the year.  Make this Valentine’s Day the time for students to write about what they like about one another with these new, adorable Tweet a Sweet Note Cards.  Each card has space for 32 comments from classmates and teachers.  The cards are also perfect for end of the year send-offs, or anytime your students need to hear how special they really are.

Multiplication Chart Stick-Its

Multiplication Chart Stick-Its

Sometimes it is the simple things that make learning so much easier for students.  In this case, the Multiplication Chart Stick-Its do just that.  These 3″ x 3″ sticky notes can be placed on desks, homework pages, folders, and math books.  They are the perfect reinforcement tool for your students who are learning multiplication.

Picture Yourself Writing Prompt Journals

Picture Yourself Writing Prompts Journal

All it takes is a little imagination to get your students thinking and writing.  With these brand new, softcover journals, they will be begging to have more time to write.  And with Really Good Stuff’s volume discount available on them, you will be begging to add them to your supply list!

With over 83 new items this month, there is a lot more to explore.  Hop on over to the Really Good Stuff main site and start shopping today.  Do you have a birthday coming up or want some teaching supplies for Valentine’s Day instead of a box of chocolates (we know you do!)?  Then create a wish list and share it with your sweetheart.  We are sure that you will fall in love with Really Good Stuff all over again once you see what we have created just for you.


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5 comments
Colleen
Colleen

Kathy, love the Uno war game! Thanks for sharing. I'm always looking to increase the choices my students have for math game day!

Heather W.
Heather W.

I like to use the hoops as Venn Diagrams also! I like that they are compact (it is hard hiding real hoops!). I think you should sell the hoops independently and the cards independently so that the experience can be extended. I would like to use it for science and history, for example, I read a question and they race to find the answer in the hoop. Plus, teachers could buy the hoops to do Venn Diagrams in small groups, do tri-Venn Diagrams(with more hoops). Teachers may buy more than one set of hoops- I would! The hoops make great fishing ponds for independent centers also! I got some cute little plastic rods that have magnets on the end. Put some paper clips on the cards, and there you go- a cute center for any age. For an added challenge, I turn the "fish" upside down. The students have to compare the "fishy" answer to the question and decide whether or not they need to "throw the answer back". Then the game becomes a memory game- students have to remember where the "thrown back" answers are in the pond and see if they can "catch" the correct one. I love these hoops!

Teri
Teri

I love how just looking at a product suddenly sparks an idea! When I saw the Schoola Hoops, I immediately thought about using them on the floor as classification tools then overlapping them as a Venn diagram. Thanks for the spark!

Barb J
Barb J

I love the Tweet a Sweet Note cards. It's taking something that so many of our students know about (Twitter) and turning it into an appropriate, community building activity. Thanks!

Kathy Slater
Kathy Slater

My students really enjoy playing multiplication UNO. I took a regular pack of UNO cards, took out all of the word cards and use the basic rules of "War", each player throws down a card, first one to say the math fact wins the cards. If both players say the fact at the same time, it's WAR! We can play it as a group with one person leading, or we can play around the group where players go against the person sitting next to them. We will also at times play with just one fact card if there is a particular fact with which the group or individual is struggling. The Multiplication Chart Stick Its will be a great help for those students who are not quite as fluent with their multiplication facts.