Being a 3rd grade Professional Problem Solver during Christmas is hard work. Luckily, I’m good at what I do. I’ve been asked to help figure out cool gifts for kids this Christmas. Here are some of the things I like, so I think other kids will like them too!
1. Beacon Black History Box
EDUCATIONAL KITS WHERE BLACK HISTORY MEETS LITERACY & S.T.E.A.M.
WHAT COMES IN A BOX?
A picture book about a relatively unknown Black historical figure and corresponding 3-4 S.T.E.A.M. activities. These activities are based on the curriculum framework from five different states. The activities relate to the historical figure’s contributions, career, or field of study.
I love getting things in the mail and I love getting books. This book subscription box is all about exposing children of color to literature, characters, authors, and stories that are reflective of them. How cool is that?
Each month a box filled with African American children’s books and other educational tools comes right to your house. Just Like Me! Book Box is for ages 0-12.
Ok, so I love Freckle Box. They have such cool stuff like personalized puzzles, lunch boxes, and stickers. Puzzles are a great gift for Professional Problem Solvers. They help you learn concentration, figuring out patterns and problem-solving.
For more information visit: https://www.frecklebox.com/
Psst….Hey friend, don’t forget to share your love of Ivylocs (that’s me!) with your friends and family. Now through December 31 get free shipping on all book orders with code: BYEBYE2017. Visit http://www.ivylocs.comand enter code BYEBYE2017 for free shipping right now!
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Danielle Carin Dunn is the author of the IvyLocs book series. The first installment, IvyLocs, Episode 1: Tee-Tee’s Wedding was published in April 2016.
Dunn is a proud Detroit Public School graduate and alumnus of Eastern Michigan University, where she majored in African-American Studies and English, Language and Literature.
Her writings and opinions have been featured in the Detroit News and the National Black Women’s Roundtable on the State of Black Women in Michigan report. A dedicated community servant, Dunn is the recipient of a Spirit of Detroit Award for “Dedicated Community Service” and a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for “Outstanding Community Service.” She writes to marry her love of language and storytelling with activism.