Junior Treasure Chest - Purple Sparkle

Junior Treasure Chest - Purple Sparkle

# 012600

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Item #: 012600
Grades: PK-AD

Publisher Description:

Our Jr. Treasure Chest is a favorite of our customers! Makes a great party favor idea and it is absolutely adorable when personalized! A crowd pleaser for sure!

Category Description for Junior Treasure Chests:

All kids collect some sort of treasure whether it be rocks, toys, photos, or interesting found objects. Give them their own special place to keep their goodies (and contain clutter). Each sturdy plastic chest measures 7.5" x 5" on the bottom with an opening of 8.75" x 6". The chest is about 5.5" high without the domed lid, which makes it 7" high. As I was checking these out, I thought of how handy these would be for books & snacks on a long car trip, or around the house for crayons & markers. How about doll clothes or building bricks? Perfect! Keep all of your nail polish in one, or even toy cars. You could personalize them with Sharpie Paint Markers! Keep treats, like stickers or small toys, to use as incentives in one for a classroom or Sunday School. Give one as a birthday gift with goodies inside! Get several to encourage a child to keep his/her room picked up. Get the opaque and sparkle versions and mix the lids! This would look cool with the pink, purple & blue ones. Comes in 2 pieces that hinge together. Colors may vary between manufacturing lots; if you are ordering multiples, you may want to check with us first to ensure that we have enough matching stock to fulfill your order. ~ Sara

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Romanoff Products
0.55 (lbs.)
9.56" x 7.62" x 6.12"
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I was delighted to find this We read "The Light and the Glory" last year not knowing there was a study guide This year I found this study guide for "Sounding Forth the Trumpet" and wished I had been able to have the study guides for the first two booksThe benefits are that the chapters are outlined for the teacher There are vocabulary words and important names and places listed We read the book out loud and I really didn't need to prepare since all that I would have needed was right there in the study guide There also is an introduction to the chapter which can be read beforehand to introduce the material and questions to read afterward I was also able to design some projects from the study guide I used it only with a high school student Your could use it with astute middle schoolers but I think these books would be difficult for anyone under 13You could read the children's version of this out loud to all ages and then have teens read the adult version alone The children's version may help summarize the concepts for the older onesIt would work for various learning styles but you would have to adapt for them For instance we read history aloud (Mom likes it too!) and that works well for auditory and kinisthetic styles Visual learners could read it to themselves and then discuss or write about the ideasIt compares well to Clarence Carson's history which we also use It was definitely worth the expense
April 13, 2004

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