Sunday, March 1, 2015

EdExpo 2015 Top 10 Products!

Happy Sunday!
I had the honor of being chosen to attend the EdExpo in Atlanta last week along with 50 other bloggers from around the country! It was a fantastic weekend, and I can't wait to share more about it with you! My job was to walk around the expo {it was HUGE!} and make a list of the top 10 products that I felt were most useful in the classroom today. Once each of us made our personal top 10 list, each of these were compiled to make a top 10 list for the entire expo. Today, I'm going to share the overall top 10 list with you {there are actually 12 products because there were 2 ties}. Be on the lookout for my personal top 10 list post coming soon :)


So without further ado, here are the Top 10 Products from the EdExpo 2015! Click on each picture to take you to the product website, which will give you more info :)


http://juniorlearning.com/index.php/brands/touchtronics.html


http://www.thereadinggame.com/


https://www.facebook.com/Sayitgame/info?tab=page_info


http://www.boinks.com/

http://www.goldieblox.com/


http://www.learningadvantage.com/FUN.php


https://sites.google.com/site/learninstylemathbands/


http://www.fiddlefocus.com/home.html


http://www.thepencilgrip.com/


http://chibitronics.com/


http://www.kaplaus.com/

http://www.sciencewiz.com/Games/science_thinking_Games_Cool_Circuits.php

Remember to click on any of the photos above to learn more about each product. If you are interested in purchasing any of the products shown above, please visit the Edmarket page to find a local retailer near you OR an online retailer - just click the picture below to head over!

http://www.edmarketdealer.com/


I had an absolute blast at the EdExpo 2015, and I am so thankful that I got to enjoy this experience! I'll be blogging soon about my personal top 10, so be sure to check back in to read about those as well as some of my trip highlights! I {MAY} even have a giveaway for one of my personal top 10 products :) Which of the products above do you feel would be most beneficial in YOUR classroom?

XOXO,

3 comments:

  1. I already have the pencil grips in my class at the advice of our former OT. I like the Busy Fingers Fiddle Focus and the BOINKS fidgets for my special ed students with sensory issues. The Touchtronic Numbers and Letters look really neat, too!

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  2. Super post, Lacey. I'll be watching out for your personal favorites! Smiles, Jayne
    Smart Kids

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  3. I love Goldieblox! Also interested in looking into the cool circuits and the circuit sticker books! Thanks for sharing!

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