Clank: Sunken Treasures Expansion

Clank: Sunken Treasures Expansion

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Item #: 001814
Grades: 7-AD

Product Description:

With a whole new game board, this expansion moves your explorers onto a ship with sunken treasures below its decks. You might be advised to purchase a scuba helmet at the marketplace to be able to navigate some parts of the ship that hold treasures that are not accessible otherwise. With added Dungeon Deck cards and treasures, this expansion adds variety to your Clank Adventure. The Clank: Deck Building Adventure game is required to use this expansion.

Publisher Description:

An expansion for the critically acclaimed Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure. Journey into the watery depths as you quest for artifacts and avoid the Dragon! Contains new Dungeon Deck cards, dungeon maps, monsters, and more.

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Games, Puzzles & Toys
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Brand Name
Renegade Game Studios
1.65 (lbs.)
10.38" x 10.38" x 2.0"
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This is an awesome product. I teach in public schools and have used this program. I am ordering to share with my school that I teach at now.
Annette T on Jun 27, 2019
My kid is studying at school, and I'm on an expat job, and want her to continue the same study
Haider A on Apr 15, 2019
This is an awesome product. I teach in public schools and have used this program. I am ordering to share with my school that I teach at now.
Annette T on Jun 27, 2019
Teacher Talk amazing thing about this program
Bianca D on May 22, 2019
My kid is studying at school, and I'm on an expat job, and want her to continue the same study
Haider A on Apr 15, 2019
this program is a great all inclusive program and all three of my children have become good readers from it
Tiffany N on Mar 7, 2019
I used this curriculum when I taught Kindergarten and 1st grade years ago. It really helped my students with reading and writing. The spelling rules that are taught with the lessons really gave my students confidence as well as a strong foundation in their reading and writing abilities. I am purchasing this for my granddaughter! I think it will be a great introduction for her!
Katrina M on Jul 18, 2018
anna g on Feb 20, 2018
My son is below reading level and I have decided to supplement the school program with addition phonics lessons.
Rita C on Jan 1, 2018
I use Saxon Math and love how easy it is to follow and comprehensive it is. After reviewing the Saxon Phonics program online I can see it is just as fabulous!
ALISON on Dec 14, 2017
I heard good reviews about it.
Margareth T on Oct 13, 2017
This is an excellent and fun curriculum. There is lots of hands on learning.
Karen C on Sep 9, 2017
Saxon Phonics K worked well for us, so we are continuing. :)
Jessie K on Aug 31, 2017
I have taught this in the past and really liked the program.
Viraj W on Aug 24, 2017
I was home schooled for a couple of years as a kid and used this math. I trust Saxon math and the methods used to teach. It's very simple and easy for both the teacher and student. Coming from someone who's worst subject was/is math.
Michelle F on Apr 11, 2017
I've used Saxon for several years. I love it and so do my kids.
Angela B on Mar 30, 2017
I used it last year and am comfortable with the series.
G. M on Sep 8, 2016
I've tried two other reading programs and neither one has worked. This seems really close to how I learned to read, so I'm hoping and praying that this will be helpful for at least ONE of my children :)
Christina S on Aug 26, 2016
I have used saxon products before and feel confident in using them again.
Laura R on Jun 21, 2016
My child was learning this method in public school when I decided to home school her. She LOVED this program and has had difficulty learning any other way - so we must go back to what was working for her.
DELAINA S on Jun 2, 2016
Already using the Saxon Phonics Program K Home Study Kit
Lori D on Nov 15, 2015
highly recommended to us by sister in laws who teach at charter schools
Trevor C on Oct 20, 2015
The public school my daughter is enrolled in teaches no phonics. The private school has no openings. As a teacher myself I refuse to let her fall behind because we moved into a district like this. Saxon phonics is wonderful. I've taught from it myself and plan to enrich her reading skills at home with it.
Cara M on Oct 3, 2015
Saxon Phonics rocks. It is a very in-depth study!!! It is NOT hard to get a Kindergartener reading on the second grade level. I completed the Saxon K home study with my then 4- year old. Most of it was very easy for him, but it really started in on new concepts and rules after mastery of each letter was achieved. My brother has used it (Saxon Phonics) for the past five years with his girls, and they average a good two years ahead of their age and grade level with this. It works.
Shannon C on Oct 1, 2015
Excellent program at the best price, plus you offered free shipping!
Cher C on Oct 1, 2015
Teacher Talk amazing thing about this program
Bianca D on May 22, 2019
this program is a great all inclusive program and all three of my children have become good readers from it
Tiffany N on Mar 7, 2019
Did you have to adapt the content to your way of speaking English (if not General American English) ?
A shopper on Feb 18, 2019
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BEST ANSWER: I have not had to make any adjustments, and I am from Canada. You may have some differences in spelling (such as colour/color and centre/center), but that is all I found. This is a wonderful curriculum! It prepares children aurally for concepts (such as blending, syllables, sentences) long before they are required to actually apply such things on paper. You will be surprised at how much your child is learning, yet in a very simple, methodical progression. I totally recommend this! You can even use letter tiles if your child is not ready to start handwriting. (However, I would suggest they learn to write all their letters before Saxon 1 as they may be overwhelmed if not.)
How many students does this kit serve?
A shopper on Aug 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Technically one, unless you make copies of the worksheets. You can also just buy a package of the consumables to add students.
It looks like the full Level 1 kit comes with some of the same things as the K kit. Is there a way to buy the tools needed without getting duplicates?
A shopper on Apr 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You can't buy without the duplicates, but then my kinder program was so wore out from use that I did not mind. Also only parts of the kits are duplicated there are many more things added each grade level. My son really learned a lot with Saxon and we loved it.
Do you have the picture cards with the kit?
Kim P on Mar 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I assume you mean the Teaching Tools which include Review Decks, Kid Cards, Rule Book, audio CD, and home instruction video (on DVD).
What's included in the kit?
Anthony D on Apr 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Each grade level kit includes a Teacher Manual, Teaching Tools, and Student Materials packet.
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Rated 3 out of 5
just not for us
We didn't make it through this one. It is very complete and I can see where it can work for a lot of people. For us however, It took to long the lessons each day was going for over an hour and i thought went into pointless detail for a kid beginning to read. All the rules was to much for my girl but I can see where it can help some kids.
June 30, 2017
Rated 4 out of 5
To /b/ or not to /b/
This set seems both above and below the capabilities of my first-grader. The coding words to aid in pronunciation seems a bit complicated, plus the fact that American English has a lot of sight words that defy any phonic rules. (I also don't remember having to code words to learn phonics.) On the other side, this set is much too repetitive to keep my first-grader interested if I follow all the prompts. The teacher's manual tells you EVERY word you are to say to the student. I skip a lot of the "fluff" and jump into the actual work. In the end, though, his spelling is good and his reading is improving, yet I feel that perhaps I should have gotten set 2 instead of 1. If you get this set, just be willing to be flexible.
November 1, 2015
over 7 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
I love how complete Saxon Phonics is My kids all used it and it is written in a way that didn't feel like work and didn't take a lot of prep work on the teacher's part My kids were reading above grade level and were so eager to use this program they finished before the school year putting them ahead as we moved on curriculum wise Found it to be so through that I started using the math too and found it to be just as effective Well worth the cost
November 12, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5
I love Saxon Phonics! My son has dyslexia and I was very discouraged We had tried other reading programs but they moved too fast for him Saxon has plenty of review and it's exactly what he needed We have had many tears over reading and not one tear was shed this year due to this program and the confidence he has gained Thank you!
November 11, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5
I have used Saxon Phonics for both Kindergarten and First Grade The Kindergarten Phonics is an excellent way to teach a child to read Coding vowels digraphs combinations etc is not that hard and really does help them when they are just starting to learn I give it a two thumbs up The First Grade Phonics gets progressively longer and the coding can become overly stressful for some students So when my son started crying we stopped coding every word and only coded those he had trouble with This is a super way to teach a child to read The lessons are scripted but once you get used to the program you can leave out some of the workI did not continue on to the Second Grade Phonics simply because he was reading well enough that we changed to a reading curriculum
April 5, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5
I have used Saxon Phonics K and I am now working through Saxon Phonics 1 with my son It has been wonderful for him! My son has a speech problem (apraxia) and we had been warned that it may be difficult for him to learn to read But it has NOT been hard for him!! The Saxon Phonics program is giving him much success! It can be very repetitive but the constant review is very good for him When he knows a concept well we can easily skip Learning phonics has been the best thing for his speech because he is isolating sounds and is learning the correct pronunciation Now he is blending the sounds which is giving him successful reading! The other night he picked up "Go Dog Go" and he read a good portion of it himself! I attribute it to the well laid out program Saxon has made I have never taught anyone to read but Saxon has made it easy And I have learned some spelling rules that I never received as a child myself!The only complaint is some of the words they may choose for examples ie bank Yes on paper (with the rules we learned) the /a/ should be a short sounding /a/ (as in apple) but the reality is we pronounce it long I think there could be better words they could use at times considering the inexperience of a child's reading But then it is up to the teacher to catch these things and help the child along (especially with the irregularities of the English language) The program does need a lot of teacher help but to me it is worth it
November 10, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5
I love Saxon Phonics! I have used Saxon Phonics for Kindergarten and first grade and I plan to use it for second grade I will also add that although Saxon Math did not work for my daughter she loves and has learned to read with Saxon Phonics The teacher's guide tells you everything you need to say and do There is little to no preparation time for individual lessons There are many cards to seperate but I do that at the beginning of the year using rubber bands and small inexpensive baskets Then the cards are ready when you need them The kit comes with everything you need except a stapler (for the cute and interesting books they will make) There is plenty of review- all of the concepts are thoroughly covered This program is set up for students to succeed and feel confident in their ability to readThe first grade program starts off the year with a review of each letter (one per day) and adds some digraphs that were learned in the Kindergarten program There is enough information/ review for the parent and student to understand the digraphs and combinations that are taught By lesson 12 the student begins making and reading her own readersThe card decks are reviewed daily (but not added to every day) They cover letter names letter sounds with keywords sight words accent cards and sound spelling The teacher's manual is pretty good about giving suggestions to make the deck review interesting (throwing a ball back and forth as they say the letter name/ standing up on the accented syllable/ racing against a previous time/ playing teacher) There is also a point in mid year where the manual suggests making a review deck by pulling the cards that the student knows best- those are reviewed once a week from then on (and this "Review Deck" is added to throughout the rest of the year)The lessons are organized in groups of 5 and basically follow the same pattern:Day 1- Review/ new material/ Worksheet/ Spelling List/ Homework Sheet Day 2- Review/ New Material/ Worksheet/ Homework/ ReaderDay 3- Review/ New Material/ Worksheet/ Homework SheetDay 4- Review/ New Material/ Worksheet/ Homework/ ReaderDay 5- Review/ Assessment/ Spelling TestThe homework sheet is on the back of the worksheet and can be done independentlyThe Spelling List consists of words that follow rules that have been taught in previous weeks- so there has been plenty of review It also includes 2 sight words for the student to learnThe Assessments are extremely helpful and Teacher-friendly They make it easy to see where the weak areas are and also give specific games to play to strengthen those areas- You already have the materials you need in the kit! Games are explained in the back of the teacher's manual and use the "Kid Cards" that come in the kitI have 2 more children that have to learn to read- and this is the program I will use I have used various curricula to teach other subjects (trying to decide which I like best) but I won't be changing Phonics programs!
May 31, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5
I am very pleased with the results we have gotten from Saxon Phonics 1 My son is reading fluently! He has a language disability so of course I was concerned about getting him to read He had the basics of letter recognition and letter sounds when we started this year so I started at the phonics 1 level I had NEVER taught reading or phonics before! I didn't have a lot of time to review or prepare so for the most part I just opened the book each day and did what it said to do! The teacher's manual tells you exactly what to say and do The daily review of concepts is exactely what my son needed To me the hardest part was organizing the many many cards which can be a bit overwhelming at first So I set up a system in a few card files and now it is no problem In the readers and on the worksheets they use only the words with the rules that have already been taught so the kids can easily read through the book It has been a thrilling experience for me to listen to my son read through the readers His confidence has soared because of his acheivements and as a result he accomplishes even more He realizes that a word he can't read is nothing more than a rule he just hasn't learned yet! (but will soon!) The program is a bit expensive but worth every single penny I have bought many programs and regretted the money spent later but definately not this time! We will be moving onto Saxon 2 soon! The program is time consuming however It is not something you can just hand the kids and have them work through themselves I spent usually an hour a day with my son this year But again the investment of time was every bit as worth it as the money investment This program looks to me like it would work for any learning style It is simple to cut back on review if your child doesn't need that much repetition I would recommend this program to anyone who wants their child to get a good start in reading and language skills
April 29, 2004

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