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Wikki Stix Pumpkin Activities for Learning and Play!

Kids love pumpkins! If you have a chance to visit a local pumpkin patch or farm, picking pumpkins is a fun family activity to do with children. Even if your location doesn’t offer opportunities to visit a pumpkin patch, the Wikki Stix pumpkin activities below are designed to encourage learning through play with a fun …

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Wikki Stix Summer Crafts for Learning & Play!

The Wikki Stix crafts offered below are a great way to get children playing with math and literacy over the summer. Many kids struggle in the summer to retain important skills developed during the regular school year. By using playful activities and crafts, children can practice basic skills in a FUN way with Wikki Stix! …

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Homeschooling: Teach Spelling, Numbers, Shapes and More!

Homeschoolers talk about their experiences and uses for Wikki Stix after purchasing a homeschooling kit from the Homeschool Buyers Co-op. The Homeschool Buyers Co-op is the nation’s largest purchasing cooperative for families educating with a homeschool curriculum. “Love them! So much fun for crafting/creating but Ive actually used them for random things much more than …

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Numbers and Counting

Wikki Stix: Numbers & Counting Published in the Journal of Recreational Mathematics This is one of the coolest manipulative toys for education that I have ever seen. I worked with the PTA of the elementary school that my daughter attended and if I had known about this product back then I would have recommended that …

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Mid-September ! Already????

Written by Kem Clark, President of the Wikki Stix Co. Here are a couple of fun September notes: September 28th is National Good Neighbor Day…which affords a great opportunity to involve the kids in a thoughtful activity. Maybe bake cupcakes and take them to an elderly neighbor…or one who travels a lot and may not …

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