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Does spelling elicit moans, groans and complaints? Is spelling becoming a drag? Spellarama may be what you need. In its simplest form, Spellarama is a set of playing cards with alphabet letters on them. But, it’s so much more. Developed … Continue reading

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JellyTelly – Update: It’s now FREE!

A new beta of JellyTelly is now on-line and, yes, it’s now free. A comment by Phil Vischer on the site indicates that they’re still trying to find a revenue model that works. For now, the site takes donations (see … Continue reading

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Bare Books

My kids really like to make things. Even more, they like to look at things they’ve previously made. They still like to get out the letter books we made when they were preschoolers and look through the pictures and their … Continue reading

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Remember Phil Vischer of VeggieTales? Vischer now has a new venture in association with Focus on the Family called JellyTelly. JellyTelly, the website, contains videos and games.  The videos are  a wonderful daily “on-line television” program for children featuring puppets, … Continue reading

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