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Top 10 Educational Products at ED Expo 2015

I had so much fun last weekend at the 2015 ED Expo in Atlanta.  First of all, I was able to connect with amazing bloggers from around the US. Our task,  give our opinions about products. It was amazing.  
I arrived late, well really, I arrived *just* on time, but then we got lost. Can you believe it? There were so many cool things to look at, and so many exhibits, that we got lost. Thankfully, my fellow bloggers guided us to the back left corner (instead of the back right corner!) and we were set to go. Bloggers were handed a pen and a piece of paper, numbered 1-10.

The Bloggers! (I'm on the back row, 4th from the left)

 We walked, we talked, we ooohhh-ed and aahhh-ed, we asked questions, and we narrowed it down to the Top 10 {Actually, there were 2 ties, so it is a Top 12!} Here are the Top Picks from the Bloggers! See a new product you need for your classroom? Check out to locate a store near you (or online!)
Touchtronic Letters, from Junior Learning

The Reading Game, from The Reading Game

Say It! from Felix Ltd.

Fidgets, from Endless Possibilities, Inc.

Goldiblocks Class Set, from Goldiblocks

The F.U.N. Empty Number Line System, from Learning Advantage

Math Bands, from Learn in Style

Busy Fingers, from Fiddle Focus

Pencil Grips (multiple types of grips), from The Pencil Grip

Circuit Sticker Books, from Chibitronics

Kapla Blocks, from KAPLA Tom's Toys, LLC

Cool Circuits, from ScienceWiz
What do you think? Are any of these products you want for your classroom? Are there any you are interested in winning from a *giveaway* soon? Let me know in the comments, and I'll set it up.


  1. Super post, Jen. Look forward to seeing your personal favorites. Smiles, Jayne
    Smart Kids

  2. I would really like more information about the F.U.N number line!


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