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School Zone takes pride in following best practices for teaching our children. That’s why we offer more to parents and teachers—more creative ways to use our products, more activities to engage young minds, and more exercises to cover a variety of learning styles. Discover three of our most versatile products and give your kids hands-on learning experiences with flashlights, dry-erase markers, and reusable stickers! Bonus activities that are aligned with the Kindergarten Common Core State Standards were created by Shannon M. Mullally, Ph.D.
Learning That Sticks!
Help learning stick! School Zone’s Sticker Play Preschool builds upon children’s natural curiosity and love of surprises. Open up a world of multisensory learning experiences for your youngsters with each set of cards. Kids peer through numbers and shapes; stick stickers on wings, tails, and antlers; and form letters of the alphabet. Teaching important readiness skills to your wiggly young learner has never been so easy. Simply follow the links below for more ways to help your child stick to learning! These additional activities were written and developed by Shannon M. Mullally, Ph.D.
Spelling B-E-E's as easy as 1-2-3!
Writing Words, Right Away! Why wait for spelling lists and tests? School Zone’s Three-Letter Words is a powerful educational resource that helps kids to communicate with confidence and fluency. Mastering the building blocks of words early on sets the foundation for a lifetime of speaking, writing, and reading well. Kids will enjoy playing with letter combinations, rhyming words, and beginning sounds! The extra activities found below will spark the entire family's imagination. Each activity was written and developed by Shannon M. Mullally, Ph.D.
Pajama Friendly, Teddy Bear Approved!
Bedtime Alphabet is School Zone’s answer to that ever-present question: Do we have to go to bed now? A bedtime routine is important and so is switching story time with STORY-MAKING time! Kids can be in their PJs while they project pictures on the wall with a giggle and a flashlight. Watch an owl meet an octopus on the ceiling. Or a penguin greet a pig on a favorite blanket! More educational activities written and developed by Shannon M. Mullally, Ph.D. are included below to benefit kids preparing for preschool or those asking for more advanced work!