Today is the first day of December, which means it’s day 1 of the Christmas countdown, for those who celebrate. There are so many different advent ideas out there. The most common being a chocolate calendar, but you can find all sorts these days. Beer, wine, cheese, toys, other types of candy, even things for… Continue reading Reading Advent for Families with Children
Tag: children’s reading activities
Moo, Baa, La La La! Children’s Book Recommendation
Moo, Baa, La La La! Written and illustrated by Sandra Boynton Board book, ages 0-5 16 pages Published November 30, 1982, by Simon & Schuster (Boynton Bookworks) Sandra Boynton books are a family favourite. The characters she’s created are fun, the rhymes are entertaining and the pictures are really cute. I am a huge fan… Continue reading Moo, Baa, La La La! Children’s Book Recommendation
How to encourage children to read!
In this blog post, I am going to be sharing some tips on how to encourage reading with your children or the children in your life. Not only is reading a crucial part of life, but it is also a great way to find joy and entertainment. 1. Read with them every single day!Reading with… Continue reading How to encourage children to read!
Summer Reading Fun for the Whole Family!
Summer is just around the corner now! So I’ve created two fun book-themed summer activities for kids! The first one is for all ages; it is a booket list, and the second one is for older kids or kids who are able to read by themselves, and it is bingo! Each one is designed to… Continue reading Summer Reading Fun for the Whole Family!