Math Manipulatives

All kindergarten and first-grade classrooms now have colorful, easy-to-interlock cubes!  Each child has two stacks of ten to help them see and solve math problems. The teachers wanted – and received – the same two colors for all students.  This was only made possible thanks to a generous grant from our local Sam’s Club (and […]

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Thanks to The Bradley Family and TransUnion

Know & Grow received a $2,000 donation from The Bradley Family!  TransUnion doubled the family’s $1,000 donation with an employer match program.   Great news for two reasons!  First, it is a HUGE amount to help our kids learn.  Secondly, it is important that Know & Grow receive community contributions such as this because corporations

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Aussie Pouches!

Chair seat pockets not only “dress up” the classrooms, they make lesson-to-lesson transitions more efficient.  Students store their folders, pencils, etc. in pockets on the back of their chairs.  All seven kindergarten and first-grade classrooms needing seat pockets are being furnished Aussie Pouches.  Made of demin, these seat backs have multiple pockets, are washable, and

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Thanks Sam’s Club!

Thanks to a $2,000 grant from our local Sam’s Club, kindergarteners and first-graders will enjoy learning math with manipulatives / cubes.  And, the teachers will enjoy the quick-to-use storage / distribution containers. Stay tuned for math manipulatives and much more from this generous grant!

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Let’s Celebrate!

Our Online Tutoring Program is now operating full-force in kindergarten!  We have 26 iPads with cellular Internet connection currently in use.  This allows us to serve 26 students who receive tutoring in the classroom twice a week and the privilege of taking an iPad home for after-school learning.  All this has been made possible by

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Dot-to-Dots Delivered

We’ve delivered 2,130 dot-to-dot pads to kindergarten and first-grade teachers.  In the past, teachers have been purchasing dot-to-dots with their own money.  We created our own quality (even if we do say so ourselves) dot-to-dots and bound them according to the level of difficulty.  That way, teachers can select just the right skill level for each child.  While

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  • Delta Education Weather Vane (4)
  • Delta Educational Barometer (4)
  • Classifying Clouds Photo Cards (4)
  • Didax Plastic Anemometer (2)
  • Delta Education Solar Hot Air Balloon (4)
  • NewPath Weather and Climate Learning Center (4)
  • Taylor Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer, Dual Scale (4)
  • V-Back Metal Thermometers, Dual Scale (60)