Hands On Educational Fun With Learning Resources

Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on the behalf of Learning Resources and their PR Company.  I received products in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.  

My oldest daughter started 1st grade this year. As an educator and parent I look for other ways to teach besides text books and other mundane methods. One of my kids favorite ways to learn is by playing games.  Games that are educational and that make an impact so that they remember what they learned.  Learning Resources is a homeschoolers paradise. They offer not just games but learning kits, educational toys as well as other educational hands on products for parents, teachers and homeschoolers. 

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The All Ready For First Grade Kit is a a comprehensive collection of activities, hands-on tools, and more! Offering a fun friendly ocean theme includes first grade essentials conveniently bundled in a sturdy carrying case for learning at home or on the go. The Parent Guide is structured upon an easy-to-follow Ready, Set, Go lesson framework, which eases children into grade-appropriate subjects through engaging activities and games that progress in difficulty. learning resources math

This kit prepared my daughter in several ways. For instance, this is the year she learns about measurement. I started her off with the 6 measuring fish. Instead of a ruler plastic fish are used to measure the jellyfish and after determining how many fish were needed she wrote down the correct amount on the easy wipe off book.  Other activities included in this kit are 20 ocean counters, 10 double-sided word problems which allows children to use their thinking skills, 6 word family cubes that can be used for vocabulary or for sentence making, telling time with the write and wipe clock. All of these materials can be used multiple ways.  learning resources addventure

My daughter is not a big math fan so when I pulled out the High Seas ADDventure game she had no idea she was learning addition! Kids can race to their favorite ocean creatures to an island paradise while making 10 in two wave-ripping levels of play. The octopus and shark cards can help make the voyage smooth sailing or one filled with choppy waters. The first player to land on the island wins! 
Both products together are prefect for 1st graders to build on their education. The All Ready For First Grade Kit is available for $29.99 and High Seas ADDventure game is available for $19.99. Available for purchase directly from Learning Resources. 
Enter to win ONE of the readiness kits (All Ready For Preschool Readiness Kit, All Ready For Kindergarten Readiness Kit OR All Ready For First Grade Kit) AND ONE game, choice of: All Around The Playground Shapes, Colors and Counting Game or High Seas ADDventure game (reviewed above). All Ready For Preschool Readiness Kit by entering on the below entry form to enter for a chance to win.  Please let me know if you have any questions. Open to the US  ages 18+.  
Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on the behalf of Learning Resources and their PR Company.  I received products in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.  Mama to 5 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.    


  1. These look like such amazing products! I’m always looking for fun ways to keep my kids learning and these look fabulous!

  2. I really like these. My youngest just entered kindergarten and these would be great for her. I love the idea of playing games at home that are educational.

  3. My son loves puzzles and reading.

  4. Tanya Rubezhov says:

    My daughter just started 1st grade and her favorite subject is math.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

  5. Right now my grandson enjoys Reading and loves to practice his sight words at home. It’s so wonderful to watch him expand his vocabulary, too!

  6. We love learning games and are always looking for new ones! the High Seas adventure game looks like so much fun!

  7. My son loves reading and math.

  8. My daughter would totally love something like that but she is in 2ed grade. Anything to make math a lot more fun is always a bonus in my books.

  9. These look like a great way to learn and play! What a neat product!

  10. Those look like great kids for children to learn from all while having fun!

  11. It looks like great resources! I will share with friends who have little ones, encourage them to enter your giveaway!

  12. Kelly Brown says:

    My son loves having hands-on manipulatives to use.

  13. This Learning Resources Kit looks like so much fun. My niece learns better with games and colourful things like these. I like that the prices on these are o bad.

  14. I’ve seen a couple of their products in the past and was impressed with the quality. I like how these have the sea theme, I think that helps keep things interesting.

  15. Children learn better when the materials are dun, colorful and interesting. These seem to fit the bill.

  16. The Learning Resource is a wonderful company. I ordered a few times from them when my kids were younger. They have such a wide variety of learning tools for kids of all ages.

  17. I like that this learning resource kit makes learning so much fun that the kids don’t know they are learning Math. Looks like so much fun and it’s bright and colorful. I bet my preschool grandkids would love this.

  18. Angelic Sinova says:

    The All Ready For First Grade Kit sounds like a great tool for kids. Anything that gets kids interesting in learning is a-oky in my book. This seems like the perfect kit for kids <3

  19. Aw how I miss buying all of these learning sets. Where can I by some for High School…LOL???

  20. This kit sounds great, I don’t think you can ever be “too ready” to enter the next grade. I like to do these kits over the summer to keep kids learning.

  21. These are awesome. I will have to get some for the organization I belong to. We are always looking for new things to keep the kids have fun and learning.

  22. My daughter is a total science kid! She loves when we have the time to do an experiment, and I can incorporate almost any other form of learning into a science activity – it’s a guaranteed way to engage her.

  23. Playing games is such a great way for kids to learn and not realize they are learning. Hands on activities are much more educational than a book.

  24. As a teacher, I know and love this company! I hope I win!!! Great giveaway!

  25. This looks like a super fun kit. I bet my younger two would both enjoy it.

  26. I love this. I don’t have any kids but I am all about learning by doing so this seems perfect for youngsters.

  27. Looks like a great kit to get kids excited about starting first grade. How fun! I had something similar for my son when he was little and he absolutely enjoyed it 🙂

  28. This looks so fun! I wish I had this kind of educational resources while I was young and still in my formative years 🙂

  29. This looks so amazing. My nephews loved math and reading. I’m sure they’ll love these.

  30. our little one loves story time and reading

  31. reading and art are favorites with my kids

  32. My grandson loves learning to read, he also loves building things.

  33. As a parent and a teacher, I LOVE this! What a great way to get a head-start for the kids and also a great way to keep up to date with curriculum!

  34. This looks great! My youngest is now in kindergarten, but I love to supplement my kids’ at home.

  35. This is such a cool kit! Perfect for anyone with little ones at home! Good luck to everyone who enters the giveaway!

  36. What a cool product! My daughter is supposed to be in kindergarten this year but I hate the school district so I’m keeping her home one more year until we move to a better one. I think something like this would keep her skills sharp so that she can skip right to first grade (kindergarten isn’t mandatory here) and not be behind.

  37. My youngest likes doing math related stuff like showing me how she can count by 2s, 5s, and 10s to 100 or higher.

  38. Robin Abrams says:

    She enjoys reading and crafts

  39. My son enjoys drawing and writing his name

  40. Stephanie Shipley says:

    My son is in first grade and says he sometimes likes math lol 🙂

  41. We love playing games for school. I’m always trying to find more games to round out our units.

  42. Julie Lundstrom says:

    I liked math but my kids don’t like math. We all like to do creative writing and art crafts.

  43. Kathy Davis says:

    My Nellie loves to read.

  44. Trisha Burgess says:

    My daughter loves math! She is always finding a way to figure out an equation!

  45. My daughter LOVES to read…she is 5 and constantly has a book in hand. She also enjoys art, her favorite activity is creating cards to give to everyone she knows!

  46. James Robert says:

    My youngest enjoys math and learning to read.

  47. jeannine d says:

    They love playing games, making comic books, reading

  48. I could use it with the kids I worked with.

  49. Love this kit! I want! My daughter loves drawing and painting and reading together.

  50. My daughter loves using her Tag Reader to learn about space and the human body right now!

  51. Nicole Lancaster says:

    My child loves to do any educational activity involving Science like experiments etc.

  52. My child loves thinking and putting things together. He loves to watch odd squad.

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