Scientists agree that children are our future, which is why most children are sealed in time capsules with a flashlight and a stack of magazines. Give a child something he or she will really dig with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of toys, games, and more at The Learning Circle, located in Murfreesboro.
Spring-chickeny minds can peck away at The Learning Circle's impressive stock of basic-literacy tools, critical-thinking teasers, and games. The shop carries goods that infuse learning with fun, adhering to the same philosophy that makes role-playing calculus classes popular. Check out the engineer-designed Gears! Gears! Gears! set, with which budding builders can learn to decipher directions and erect fancy structures ($26.99). Or, help artistically inclined little buds blossom into paint-covered plants with a collection of arts and crafts supplies, such as watercolors (from $2.59) and clay (from $2.86). The Learning Circle also stocks teachers’ resources, and furniture to optimize basement universities.
Though The Learning Circle has few online reviews, more than 700 Facebookers are fans.
The Learning Circle
While parents and teachers navigate the dense underbrush of educational materials at The Learning Circle, their kids clamber through the one-of-a-kind tree house that dominates the aisles. Math, science, and language-arts materials for grades K–eight mask a dose of learning in a layer of fun, making education as easy to swallow as a buttered-up fruit snack. While teachers find all the resources they need among the colorful rows, parents also benefit from a smorgasbord of home-school workbooks and summer learning programs that help to stifle the learning loss that often results from months away from the classroom.