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It is already November and before you know it, Thanksgiving will be here! This list shares some of our favorite Thanksgiving books for kids to look at and read this time of year. There are board books, fiction books, and nonfiction books. Be sure to take the list with you to the library or book store […]Continue reading
My 4-1/2 year old son has not enjoyed practicing his sight words very much. Awhile back, I started a sight word sticker chart with him and that motivated him for awhile, but lately, he has been grumpy whenever I suggest he read me some words. Finally yesterday we had a breakthrough when I came up […]Continue reading
All About Reading Level 2 is releasing tomorrow and from September 28 through October 8th, it is 10% off! While I haven’t personally viewed AAR Level 2 yet, we do personally LOVE All About Reading. I am using the Pre-Reading program with both my 3 and 4 year old. I’ve also recently begun using AAR […]Continue reading
Do you want your child to read more? Do you wish your child ENJOYED reading? One way you can help facilitate this is to create comfortable spaces for reading! These are great to create for kids who LOVE to read already, too, and might encourage them to read even MORE.Don’t think reading is […]Continue reading
If you have a beginning reader, you can make your own reading rods for some word play fun! Read all about how to craft your own here. I wrote this post about a year ago, so I thought I would re-share since the site has grown so much since then and this post was one […]Continue reading
The Monday Musical series is a weekly feature on the blog each Monday. It details the musical we listened to the previous week, along with any additional resources we used or go-along activities we completed. Rationale and Goals:I decided to start listening to musicals with Luke (age 4) and Lilah (age 2) because they LOVE music […]Continue reading
We *love* to read at our house and I think it is one of the most important things you can do with your child, starting from the very beginning! Here is a listing of 30 of our favorite children’s book authors both classic and contemporary. We’ve enjoyed these authors’ books during the time from birth […]Continue reading