Monday, May 17, 2010

Educational Warehouse Review and Giveaway

My oldest daughter is just finishing up second grade and will be heading to third grade in the fall. This school year has really been a struggle with her because she has gotten a little lazy in her school work. We have been trying to work with her on the key points that she needs to learn and improve on such as math and her writing skills, but for some reason she just really interested in school. I know as a kid, I wasn't either. I dreaded getting up every morning early and going to school and I definitely wasn't interested in school work and homework. I don't want my oldest to turn out like me, so I am very strict on her getting her homework done on a nightly basis no matter whether she wants to fight with me or not. There are so many educational sites on the internet and so many places where you can buy products to help your children learn. One of those such places is Educational Warehouse. Educational Warehouse is the most trusted source of teacher supplies, classroom resources, educational toys , developmental games, learning aids, and everything else that teachers, parents, and kids need to succeed in school classrooms and at home. They have a really large selection of the things that you need to help your children with the specific tools that they need to tackle even their toughest subjects. I love that they even have toys for my youngest to get her started on what she needs to learn. Whether you're looking for quality educational toys such as Calico Critters, learning aids like Flash Cards, Educational Board Games, or Melissa and Doug Puzzles, Teachers Supplies like Bulletin Board Sets or Pocket Charts, this is definitely the right place to find exactly what you need. Educational Warehouse has thousands of the highest quality resources and educational games. For over 25 years, they have been making sure that they give you the best tools to make sure you're always bringing education and fun together.
Educational Warehouse has some of the best brands such as Melissa and Doug, Alex Toys, Trend Enterprises, Creativity For Kids, University Games, and so many more. They carry over 20,000 educational tools in their Educational Warehouse superstores or at

I found some really great books that I would love to get my oldest to help her with her learning and really get her interested in school. She has a lot of trouble in math, just like me, I was never good in math. Sure I knew the basics, but get me into geometry and all of that and I was completely clueless. Educational Warehouse has a great book called Number Line Math that is sure to help the oldest work out some of the kinks in her math. I would also absolutely love the Daily Summer Activities workbook for her to brush up her skills over the summer so she doesn't forget anything that she learned during the school year as well as get her ready for the third grade. This book is filled with such activities as manuscript handwriting, addition, subtraction, and so much more. The Educational Warehouse website is so easy to navigate and is broke down into specific grade levels so it makes it a lot easier to find what you are looking for without having to search hard for it. Little one would really love the Rollercoaster toy because it is colorful and really helps with the hand-eye coordination, motor skills, and recognizing shapes and colors. I also love the wonderful selection of software that Educational Warehouse offers. If you are looking for preschool all the way to high school level, from Muppets to learning to speak Italian, you will find a huge variety here. I have seen those commercials recently for the Butterfly Gardens, you know the ones, where you can grow your own butterflies from caterpillars. My oldest really wants one of these, well you can find them at Educational Warehouse at a great price of $15.99. I am extremely impressed with all of the great things that Educational Warehouse has to offer.

For more information and to see for yourself all of the great products that Educational Warehouse has to offer, please head over HERE. May is Teacher Appreciation Month too, teachers can save 15% using code TEACHAPP at the checkout. You can also save 20% on board games and craft kits using promo code springshowers10.

The generous folks over at Educational Warehouse would love to offer THREE of my lucky Mommy2TwoGirls readers each a $15 Gift Certificate to spend at their store.

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Giveaway will end on Monday 5/31 at 7 pm EST. Winners will be chosen via and notified by email as well as posted here on my blog. Winners will have 48 hours to respond before new winners are chosen. Open to US and Canada ONLY! Special thanks to Brian and everyone at Educational Warehouse for sponsoring this giveaway. GOOD LUCK!
Disclosure- I received no monetary compensation for this review, only the free gift certificates for the winners of the giveaway in exchange for my honest opinions. The words expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way. Additional information provided by Educational Warehouse.


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