Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Art and Craft Materials carefully selected for their quality, value and educational merit. In addition, our range of super stationery products will handle your needs, both at home and at school. The Art & Craft section offers you a large range of quality materials, covering a wide variety of different activities. Our glittery craft products are perfect for decorating special projects or simply enhancing scrapbook pages. Unleash your creativeness and artistic flare with our huge range of product and dazzling col... more »

swanneck the logical writing solution arabic writing

The Stationery section offers a wide range of pen, pencils and markers for every purpose.

We also offer the revolutionary SWANNECK pen featuring a unique, S-bend neck and grip area.
This enables left-handed writers to hold the pen comfortably at a balanced angle and easily view all letters and words as they are written, just as right-handers do.
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Wednesday, 2 November 2011

halloween craft activities for children
This Halloween math activity book is a whole lot of fun. Kids will experiment with weight, measurement, buoyancy, scientific illustrations, texture, predictions and counting. This Pumpkin Math Book is designed to reinforce important  school math skills in interactive and interesting ways.

What You Need:

  • String
  • Tape
  • Scissors
  • Stapler
  • Large glass bowl filled with water
  • Markers or colored pencils
  • Scale
  • Small hand-held pumpkin your child can carry
  • Printed Pumpkin Math Book

What You Do:

  1. Print both pages of the Pumpkin Math Book and carefully cut along the dotted lines. Arrange and staple the eight-page Pumpkin Math Book.
  2. Color the cover.
  3. Weigh your pumpkin and record. Be sure to label (pounds, kilograms, etc.)
  4. Measure the circumference of your pumpkin with string and tape it into the book.
  5. Circle the words that describe the texture of your pumpkin. Add your own describing words.
  6. Make a prediction about whether your pumpkin will float or not. Test your pumpkin in the bowl with water. Record the result.
  7. Complete the pumpkin pattern.
  8. Count the stripes on your pumpkin. Make sure to pay attention to where you started.
  9. Sketch your pumpkin. Add a silly or scary face!
  10. Share your Pumpkin Math Book with a sibling, parent or friend.
This range of math activities will help your child with critical thinking, logical reasoning, observation, and light a spark of excitement about Halloween!