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Opposites, Set Two Language Cards Giveaway

Opposites, Set TwoOpposites, Set Two language cards is a great tool to promote the understanding of opposites. Many children will enjoy working with the attractive photographs. The Opposites, Set Two encourages comprehension of opposites, increase vocabulary, and to develop language in contextual situations.

Opposites, Set Two most popular examples:

  • Happy and Sad
  • Clean & Dirty
  • In and Out
  • On and Off
  • Big and Small
  • Pull and Push
  • Back and Front
  • Long and Short
  • Under and Over
  • Old and Young

Opposites, Set Two Includes:

  • 20 pairs of cards illustrating opposites
  • Includes 40 5.5″ x 5″ cards
  • Multi-language teacher’s notes containing activity ideas
  • Printed on durable, coated board for years of use

Activities with the Opposites, Set Two can be played in many ways such as:

  1. The game of Concentration is an old time favorite card game. Begin by spreading all of the cards faced down. Next, each child takes a turn flipping any two cards  over to try and find the pair. If you guess correctly, he/she should describe why the two cards are opposites. That user gets to keep the pair. If you guessed incorrectly, place the cards faced down and the next child takes a turn. The child with the most pairs is the winner.
  2. Select a pair of opposite concepts, also known as antonyms. Encourage the child to collect pictures of other objects that have the same attributes. Continue choosing pairs of antonyms until there are no more cards to choose.
  3.  Children can make their own drawings or cut out illustrations to create their own ideas of opposites.

Click here to fill out the entry form and good luck. At the end of each week, one lucky fan will be notified by eSpecial Needs that you have won. No duplications will be counted. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. Sweepstakes ends March 26, 2017.


cHu-buDDy Chewy Tubes

cHu-buDDy Chewy TubescHu-buDDy Chewy Tubes are designed for aggressive chewers in mind. The chewy tube is made up of a non-toxic material that is 4.5″ long x 1/2″ diameter. It is attached to a 7″ tether that has a plastic clip at the end that makes it easy to attach to the user’s clothes, near the neck or shoulder, for quick access. These tubes are long lasting and made with non-toxic, BPA-free, lead-free, phthalates-free, and latex-free material.

It is easy to care for by soaking the tube portion in mild soapy warm water. If you can detach any of the metal rings you can place the tube on the top-rack of a dishwasher. The tubes are dishwasher safe.

cHu-buDDy Chewy Tubes Features:

  •  1/2″ Diameter and 4.5″ long
  • Color is Black
  • Non-toxic
  • Latex-free
  • NSF61 food and beverage grade
  • Made in the USA
  • For strong chewers

The cHu-buDDy Chewy Tubes are made in the USA. Be aware that this item may be a choking hazard to small children. All users should be supervised when using the cHu-buDDy Chewy Tubes. Discard if plastic is broken.

Click here to fill out the entry form and good luck. The application tends to work better when the form is filled out on a computer rather than a tablet or phone. At the end of each week, one lucky fan will be notified by eSpecial Needs that you have won. No duplications will be counted. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. Sweepstakes ends March 19, 2017.


Creating Curriculum Using Children’s Picture Books Resource Book Giveaway

Creating CurriculumCreating Curriculum Using Children’s Picture Books is a great resource book that combines both common picture books along with basic curriculum. In this resource book, students can learn to read simple words, count, identify colors and shapes, understand basic concepts, and increase their vocabulary. Here’s how it works:

  1. Look for a book found in the lesson, either on your bookshelf or at a local library.
  2. As you read the story aloud ask questions before, during and after to engage discussion.
  3. Apply a lesson based on the story. Each story will display a series of lessons such as language arts, math, science, problem-solving, fine motor, gross motor, art, and creative dramatics.
  4. Complete the two following activities.

Just by exploring some of the literature in this resource book, children can learn about the moon, animals, the seasons, kindergarten, and fairy tales. By asking questions throughout the story being told, students can share their personal experience as characters learn through trial and error, achieve a goal, or find a friend.

Some favorite children’s books that are listed in this resource book are:

  • Clifford the Big Red Dog
  • Corduroy
  • Curious George
  • Goodnight Moon
  • If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
  • One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
  • The Polar Express
  • The Three Pigs

Creating Curriculum Using Children’s Picture Books Includes:

  • Story summaries
  • Before, during and after the story activities
  • Lists of related themes, skills, vocabulary, and books
  • Connections from language arts, math, science, problem-solving and social skills, fine motor, gross motor, art, creative dramatics
  • Reproducible patterns, props, and student pages

Click here to fill out the entry form and good luck. Please use a computer rather than a tablet or phone when filling out this contest form. At the end of each week, one lucky fan will be notified by eSpecial Needs that you have won. No duplications will be counted. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. Sweepstakes ends March 12, 2017.