They had several different types of flashcards, with everything from the alphabet to US Presidents.
I thought the landmarks set was especially cool; I’ve never seen flashcards of landmarks before. They have a paragraph describing the landmark on the back.
I really liked the US Presidents cards, they have each president’s birthdate, vice president, party, occupation, religion, education (hey, it says John Adams was homeschooled! :), achievements, and more.
The flashcards aren’t super high quality, but for a buck, I’ll take ‘em! Plus, then I won’t get quite so upset when my kids play Flashcard Thunderstorm as they did with all my current flashcards.
They had children’s adaptations of classic books – those pictured above, plus Huckleberry Fin, The Little Princess, and a few others.
We didn’t buy anything else, but there were a couple of other cool items I spotted: a dry-erase board with primary-lined paper, and a clear plastic thing that you can slide worksheets in and write with dry-erase on the plastic so you can reuse the paper.
Oh. And they had these:
Sorry, the baby wasn’t located on the dollar aisle (if she was, she’d be in one of those sections where you’re like “This is really A DOLLAR?!” and then you realize it’s one of those $2.50 items. Except she’d be a lot more than $2.50. )
Have you found anything fantastic in the dollar aisle at Target lately?