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Hello puzzle lovers!  This week we're thrilled to bring you 3 more brainteasers from our very own Visual Brainstorms set, along with the answers (see below) to last week's brainteasers! 

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May 17, 2018
Caitlin Holley

The Benefits of a Board Game Club

Learning Through Play, STEAM

I find my job as an English teacher to be a highly rewarding experience. I enjoy the material I teach, the students and their personalities, and the atmosphere of my classroom. Outside of school, I am a major board gamer.

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May 15, 2018
Rachael Tom

Make Learning Fun: Brainteasers

Brainteasers

Hello puzzle lovers!

This week we're thrilled to bring you 3 more brainteasers, along with the answers (see below) to last week's brainteasers! 

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May 08, 2018
Rachael Tom

Make Learning Fun: Brainteasers from Visual Brainstorms

Brainteasers

Hello puzzle lovers!  This week we're thrilled to bring you 3 more brainteasers from our very own Visual Brainstorms set, along with the answers (see below) to last week's brainteasers! 

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May 03, 2018
Wendy Barlow

Using Games in Early Education

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play, STEM

"Mommy play with me?" Parents out there, how many times have you heard this? There are times when my 5 year old asks me this and she means her Shopkins, or her stuffed toys, but then there are times when she means games. Games!

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May 01, 2018
Rachael Tom

Make Learning Fun: Brainteasers

Brainteasers

Hello puzzle lovers!

This week we're thrilled to bring you 3 more brainteasers, along with the answers (see below) to last week's brainteasers! 

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April 26, 2018
Melinda Contreras

Engaging Ways to Explore Color Theory

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play, STEAM

Did you know that a healthy human eye can see as many as 10 million colors? It’s pretty amazing that this range of colors can come from the three primary colors, red, blue, and yellow. As children start to gravitate towards certain colors and claim favorites, you can start to teach them about basic color theory, how to create their favorite color, or help create new colors! From shaking books to squishing hair gel, these are some of our favorite ways to engage children in exploring color theory.

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