The following freebie and its content are from Lego Education…
These special publications continue the LEGO philosophy of providing children with products that promote imagination, pique curiosity, and enhance learning. Both focus on fire safety and provide important information on what these young learners should know in case of an emergency.
The LEGO Club Jr. School Edition Magazine is designed specifically for first grade students. The edition includes exciting puzzles, comics, and games with a fire safety theme. These activities focus on basic reading, math, and critical-reasoning skills.
The LEGO Club Jr. School Edition Magazine combines the thrill of LEGO building with content that will help your students learn important safety tips – and best of all, it's all FREE!
In addition, a custom LEGO Education Teacher's Guide will be sent with each magazine order. The guides are filled with hands-on activities, classroom tidbits, and articles about how you can create a LEGO SmartTM classroom for your students!
To recieve complimentary copies of the LEGO Club Jr. School Edition Magazineand Teacher's Guide, simply complete our online request form.
Orders will be processed weekly. Shipment of items will begin in October 2010. Magazines are packaged in groups of 50, 100, and 200 for easier distribution. Please consider ordering for your school's entire first grade and not just your first grade class. Any specific ordering or delivery directions should be noted in the Comment section of the order form.
*Homeschoolers Note from FreelyEducate.com : While you are welcome to order through the above link, the minimum quantity is 50 magazines. You can order the free magazines (both Jr. and the magazine for older kids) at this link in smaller quantities. It's not the "school edition," so it won't have a teacher guide with it (I'm not sure if there is any other difference).
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