Using Education Cubes


Photo blocks are so versatile! We’ve been using our set quite a bit lately. From the baby all the way to the big kids!


By adding printables from Education Cubes, we are able to use these blocks in so many different ways. I added pictures of the continents in the block. My daughter rolled the block and then had to name the continent and then color it on a map.

We used them in a color matching game which I blogged about earlier.

Our newest game we call “Feed the Cat.”  I made this cat out of a soup can and printed some cupcakes (big hint—check out Totally Tots on Wed. and you can make your own!) My preschooler would roll the cube and whatever number was on top, that was the number of cupcakes she had to feed the cat. Both my 4 yr. old and 2yr. old loved to feed the cat!


Our family has been enjoying our photo blocks and our membership to Education Cubes so I’ve decided to host a giveaway! Mama Jenn, the creator of Education Cubes, has agreed to give one lucky reader a membership to Education Cubes! And since it’s helpful to have the cubes to use the membership, whoever wins the membership will also win a $20 gift card to Amazon to purchase a set of photo-blocks—courtesy of Spell Outloud!

Learn all about joining Education Cubes here!  The membership is only $10 right now, but will be going up soon!

The Rules:
Mandatory Entry: Visit and tell us what activity or printable set would be on your list to try first.

Extra Entries (Please put each entry in a separate comment. Your email MUST be in each comment/or enabled in blogger).)

1. If you are a fan of Spell Outloud on Facebook give yourself 1 extra entry.
2. If you are a fan of Education Cubes on Facebook give yourself 1 extra entry.

This giveaway is open from Jan. 30 – Feb. 6.  The winner will be announced on Monday, Feb. 7th.  The winner must reply to my email within 48 hours or another winner will be chosen. The winner will receive an online membership to Education Cubes and emailed a $20 Amazon gift card. No physical product will be sent.

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  1. Elisabeth says

    IN LOVE with the sight word cards. Those would be a fun way to practice with my 4 year old.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. Christan/MamaBearPing says

    If we were to win, I'd choose to used the money cards first as that is what we're getting ready to learn in our homeschool!

  3. Christan/MamaBearPing says

    I liked you on facebook (Don't know why it took so long because I've followed you on twitter for awhile now).

  4. Danielle says

    I love the Money! Money! Money! We are trying to teach my daughter values now.

    eric_danielle at netzero dot com

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  8. Krissy @ B.Inspired Vintage says

    Love this idea! I would love to use the color cards and play the color matching game with my little one. But we could use these in SO many ways!

  9. jessi says

    I like the word families cards, the color cards, and any of the counting ones. I like your idea with the cupcakes and the kitty!

  10. Mrs. Hewett says

    This is an awesome giveaway! I would LOVE to be chosen. There are so many cube inserts that interest me, but I think I would probably choose the "Time" set to start with for my daughter. Thanks so much for including me in your drawing.

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  20. Felice says

    I am so excited about these and wanting to try the colors, numbers, and letters…

    dwightandfelice at yahoo (dot) com

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  24. Julia S. says

    I am going to use the Money set first with a group of preschoolers. The cube with have 4 pennies, 1 dime and 1 nickel on the 6 sides. The children will move that many spaces on a human gameboard. (Penny moves one space, nickel=5, dime=10).

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