Education Cubes Membership Giveaway

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 My friend Jenn, came up with the concept of inserting learning printables into baby photo blocks to use as teaching tools in her homeschool. It worked so well and had so many possibilities that she opened up a new site called Education Cubes.

By joining the Education Cubes Members Only Site, you will have access to over 100 sets of insert cards for your Education Cubes, which means that the learning possibilities are endless!~ Education Cubes

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 We’ve used Education Cubes for many hands-on learning games. This is our Feed the Cat game. Print out and assemble the cat (download under the Letter C). Roll the Education cube. Whatever number is on top, that is how many cupcakes you must feed the cat. This was one activity that we did during our Letter Cc week. I’ve shared a few more ways we’ve used these photo blocks in our homeschool (just click the link.)
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 Education Cubes has printable inserts for all age levels and subject areas. You can also get many different ideas how to use these in your homeschool, preschool, or classroom by subscribing to the Education Cubes blog.

A membership to Education Cubes is only $12—which is a one-time fee! That’s a real deal for unlimited printables!  For my Birthday Bash, Jenn  said I can give away 2 memberships to Education Cubes!

Giveaway Rules:
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This giveaway is for a membership to Education Cubes. (The blocks are not included)***Even if you are a member, you can still enter and Jenn will refund your membership fee**

Leave one comment below per entry. Please make sure there is a way I can contact you. Winners will be picked via Random.org. and will be notified by Spell Outloud. Winners have 3 days to get back to me before another winner is chosen.
***CLOSED***
Giveaway Ends Friday, April 15th

Mandatory: Do you use printables in your homeschool/classroom? What type do you like best? (i.e. notebooking, lapbooking, puzzles, worksheets, coloring etc.)

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  1. Katie says

    We use lots of printables, probably too many, so I like things I can re-use. I think mostly we use worksheets or coloring sheets though.

    Katie
    aclassofherown(at)gmail(dot)com

  2. Tara says

    We are using a lot of printables right now during "preschool"! Units, lapbooks, do-a-dots, etc. Love the idea of these blocks!

    MommyMissions {AT} gmail {DOT} com

  3. Amanda says

    My little girl is 15 1/2 months old so, right now, we're not using printables yet. I really like the idea of the cubes and the hands-on aspect of it.

  4. Homeschoolmama8 says

    I have just started homeschooling my 4 yr old and 2 1/2 yr. old and we LOVE lapbooking and file folders as well as printables! I even bought a larger, laser-jet printer on Amazon so that I could print several worksheets & 'sets' off. I'm also going to be homeschooling my 5 older boys next fall, so yep… I LOVE printing things off for them to do! :)Especially since I can laminate them with contact paper and reuse them!! These blocks look like A LOT of fun!

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  7. JennB says

    We use a lot of laminated worksheets. Currently we are using the preschool alpahbet curric from Confessions of a Homeschooler and my 2 young boys love it!

    The look foward to their "home work" at night. :O)

  8. Savannah says

    we use lots of printables! Some are one-time use, like colouring pages…others, like letter tracing sheets, or things I can laminate, are ones we can reuse

    sberniquez at gmail.com

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  12. Mrs. Hewett says

    I use a lot of printables in our homeschooling. We use them for notebooking, lapbooks, Pre-K activities, learning games, and more. Thanks for hosting this giveaway. I'd really like to receive one of the subscriptions!

  13. The girl who painted trees says

    I'd love to win this! I use a lot more printables than I did before. When we lived in Costa Rica it was harder. I felt I wanted things to be more hands on. Now I have a great printer, a child who can read and write – we do a lot of MOntessori 3 part cards and tracing worksheets. I think both of my kids would love the education cubes because they like to throw and learn while playing.

    thegirlwhopaintedtrees at gmail dot com

  14. [email protected] says

    We use worksheets and notebooking mostly for our five year old. Coloring sheets for our 2.5 year old.

  15. [email protected] says

    Following Education Cubes blog!

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  17. Cindy says

    How cute! We actually don't use a lot of printables or workbooks. I like a living book approach. With math, though, my kids love worksheets. Printables are nice supplement!

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  20. Leisure Treasure says

    Yes, our printer is our friend :) We have a lot of printables that we like. Story sequencing, tracing sheets, 'math' games are some of our favorites at this time.

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  22. Tina says

    My four year old LOVES worksheets. I try not to give him too many because I don't want him to get burned out. So, I am always looking for ideas to mix up activities and learning. Would love to win the education cubes membership. Thanks for the opportunity!

  23. Jodi says

    It's an understatement to say that we use printables! All kinds . . . a lot of Montessori stuff, Bible, coloring pages, etc.!

  24. Angela @ A Mama's Two Cents Worth... says

    We love using all that we can find to learn, lapbooks, and printables are great. Thanks to all you moms who take the time to create them.
    Angela
    nscrofan at rogers dot com

  25. Tim, Allyson, and kids says

    We love to use printables for our 3 and 2 year olds. At this age we've been using a lot of color sheets and free file folder games.

    a_heart4home at yahoo

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  28. Penny says

    My kids love lapbooking, but they're too young to do it by themselves. I prefer worksheets, because they're easy for me to print while taking care of the baby.

    jamesandpennym(at)gmail(dot)com

  29. Stewart family says

    We use a couple worksheets or coloring pages a week. If I can I try and reuse them by placing them in a plastic protector and having him circle, trace, write, etc on that. If it's a coloring sheet obviously I'll just let him color it and hang it on the fridge for Daddy to make a fuss over when he gets home.

  30. Julie says

    My oldest is 33 months right now and we use a lot of printables. I try to keep the worksheets to a minimum at this age and he isn't much of a colorer, but we do a lot of puzzles, games, & lapbooking type stuff. I guess I'd say the lapbooking sort of things are our favorite.

    jberrec at gmail dot com

  31. Corrie says

    We use a lot of ABC stuff and early counting stuff. I have grand plans to do some lapbook type things.

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  35. Sarah says

    We use a lot of printables. Worksheets, coloring pages are what we are using now but we have plans to start adding lapbooks this fall when we really start doing school in full swing.

    dynamightymom [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  37. Carol (okiegirl at mail dot com) says

    I use lots of printables with my 4yo. He has Down Syndrome so we use LOTS of repetition! He enjoys cards for learning colors and shapes.

  38. Carol (okiegirl at mail dot com) says

    I subscribed to the Education Cubes blog. Now if only my cubes would arrive . . .

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  41. A (Daily) Woman says

    I use worksheets and lapbooks mostly in my homeschool. I am planning to make some big changes in my homeschool this coming year so I am looking for different things that are hands on for next year. Education Cubes would be great.

  42. Keya says

    I do use printables in my homeschool. I do lapbooking, puzzles, and other activities. I have a tot and preschooler, so its just introducing them to concepts right now.

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  46. Michelle T says

    We use printable coloring pages a lot right now. I'm getting ready to start doing a lot more though and bought a laminator so I can really have some fun ;)

  47. Julie says

    Oh, I am in love with printables and my laminator! We use so many different types…lots for my preschooler…usually magnet pages, number/letter searches, etc.

    chickfilamom AT comcast DOT net

  48. The Wille's says

    I love printables but like to reuse them- so things that I can laminate and preserve are my favorite!! :)

  49. Valerie says

    We love lapbooks – but mostly we are using a lot of printable worksheets that can be turned into hands on activities also – like coloring sheets that can be transformed into puzzles or color by number – and anything that can be cut and glued! :^)
    valblaisdell at yahoo dot com

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  53. NW Homesteader says

    We use a variety of printables depending on what catches their attention best

    alklong at hotmail dot com

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  55. Mandy says

    Yes, we use printables of all kinds…we especially enjoy coloring and activity sheets.

    mandygoldfuss at gmail dot com

  56. Liz says

    So far the only printables we have used for coloring sheets and dot marker sheets. But I want to start using lapbooks and tot packs in the coming months.

    lizgiver at gmail dot com

  57. Laura O in AK says

    We use a lot of printables…maps, notebooking pages, mini books from lapbooking, and worksheets.

    lauraoneill69 at yahoo dot com

  58. Sara says

    my baby is only 8 months old, so I am still researching. I like printables though. saragayer [at] msn. com

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  61. Kathleen says

    I'm using WAY too many printables right now, but I just can't help it when I find neat things. We like coloring and puzzles the best.
    mintoad(at)hotmail(dot)com

  62. Sheramy says

    We use a ton of printables….lot of DIY Montessori nomenclature cards, among other things. We would love these education cube cards.

    she2dancer@ gmail.com

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  64. Tara says

    yes, yes! we do use the printables! Using a little bit of everything here….can't say I/m crazy about lapbooking….but everythin else-great!

  65. W Family says

    I am currently a pre-k teacher and next year will be homeschooling my tow kiddo's (kinder and first). I do use printables but try to make them less "worksheety" :) Sometimes I enlarge, cut, paste…just get creative to make it less boring and more fun! I have also learned by simply putting a printable in a sleeve, the interest level of the children is immediately increased! I plan to use both notebooking and lapbooking in my homeschool approach.

  66. Christina says

    We use a lot of things to put into journals, a lot of lapbook items, and worksheets. I'd never seen these cubes before your posts, and they are such a good idea! I am now following Education Cubes as well, Thanks!

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