Friday, March 1, 2013

Lone Star Learning-Review


We had an opportunity to learn some Math vocabulary through Lone Star learning. We received Target Vocabulary Pictures Set 1 and these creative ways to helped my children understand those difficult Math problems through these flashcards. For instance, Octagon showed an Octopus meaning 8 legs, representing 8 sides. So, it was a wonderful way to relate the two.

Lone StarLearning cost is $29.99 for Target Vocabulary Picture Set 1. Okay, hold on before you say, “That’s way too much to pay for flashcards.” Target VocabularyPictures Set 1 will cover all your vocabulary words for Math for multiple grade levels. Not only will you have a complete set for the year, but your child will thank you as well for making Math fun for them.

Lone Star Learning: Target VocabularyPictures Set 1 can be used for multiple grade levels. I was able to use this set for my children for Grades Kindergarten, First, Second, and Fifth. It’s always nice to be able to use one set for multiple children.


We began our daily Math lesson with word from Target Vocabulary Picture Set 1 card. My children would read the word on the card. My children would try to define the definition, if they knew it, but if not, I would give them the definition. If they didn’t know it they would need to add it to their Math Journals.

We then proceeded to pinning the word of the day to our Math word wall. This also was a great idea because pinning the Target Vocabulary Picture Set 1 card to the wall allowed us to review at the end of the week. This way they wouldn’t forget those important portions of Math that they may forget over the years to come.

I also used the Target Vocabulary Picture Set 1 as a word of the day through a game. Each child would keep track of how many times they said the word of the day through tallies. Then at the end of the week we made a graph at the end of the week to see which word was used the most during that week. I really enjoyed TargetVocabulary Pictures Set 1 because it helped them retain it better and above all fun learning. There’s so many ways these cards can bring fun into Math.

Disclaimer:  I received a free copy of this product through the Schoolhouse Review Crew in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations.


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