all these years, Peggy's best-selling program "The
Graph Club" is still garnering stellar reviews.
Brian S. Friedlander, Ph.D., well-known author and consultant,
says "Graph Club 2.0 is really indispensable when working
with students in the early elementary school grades." Check
out his review at LD
Resources » Brian Friedlander » Software Review:
Graph Club 2.0 Revisited.
Studio: School Library Journal, September
"Although Stationery Studio is essentially for kids, don't
tell that to adults. Every teacher wanted it… Geared to
address state and national standards, the assignments are perfect
for math, science and language arts classes." [Download
Studio: SuperKids, September 2004
"This is an incredibly useful program for teachers wanting
to find new ways to motivate and support students’ writing
skills. Teachers will think of dozens of different ways to make
use of Stationery Studio." [http://superkids.com/]
Studio: Teaching K-8 Magazine, August
Blue Ribbon Review: "Getting your students off on their
best "writing foot" is easy with this customized stationery
tool from Fablevision."
Studio: Parents' Express, July 2004.
"Stationery Studio has an indefinable quality about it
that 'speaks' to the writer and invites words to come to mind.
If this all sounds too other-worldly, you will understand when
you see it in action. Sometimes the best technology transcends
its 'tech-i-ness' and touches people on a deeper level."
Studio: Today's Catholic Teachers,
"The software supports the ISTE/NETS, NCTE and IRA standards
and is very easy to use. Both students and teachers liked designing
their writing papers, and the kids were actually anxious to
get started writing."
Studio: Children's Software and New Media Revue,
"This is one of those programs that you wonder how you
ever did without." [Download
Review, .PDF ]
Studio: Power to Learn, October 2003
"If you can only buy one piece of software for your elementary
classroom this year, this should be it."
Studio: Learning and Leading With Technology,
"Stationery Studio gives teachers plenty of charming and
interesting graphic-rich papers to encourage students to pick
up a pencil, crayon or pen and write!"
to "People Are Saying" page.