I absolutely love these summer printables and NEW library reading challenge! Read on for all the details! Summer Printables & Library Reading Challenge These 24 pages are fantastic whether you're a parent, teacher, or librarian (or if you wear a few hats!). This pack is great if you're looking for... a summer send-home pack for … Continue reading FUN Summer Printables + Library Reading Challenge!
Are you looking for an easy way to teach poetry? Try incorporating your poetry lessons into other subjects with these ten sneaky teacher tricks. Does your child not love straight reading and writing poetry? Poetry is a topic in and of itself, however it can also be used in other aspects of learning. Here are a … Continue reading 10 Sneaky Ways to Easily Teach Poetry with Other Subjects
Looking for poetry activities that will hook even the most resistant kiddo? Find them right here. I've put together 30 ideas for reading poetry, writing poems, and incorporating poetry into your other subjects and lesson plans. Poetry Activities for All Ages Whether you're introducing haiku to your kindergartner, reading limericks with your middle schooler, or … Continue reading 20 Poetry Activities: Reading & Writing Poetry for Kids of All Ages
An simple guide to begin teaching traditional Japanese haiku poems to children. Plus ideas, four seasonal haiku poems to get you started, and a printable haiku worksheet. What is Haiku? As a child, you were probably taught that haiku is a style of poetry with a 5-7-5 syllable pattern, but it is so much more! … Continue reading Teaching Japanese Haiku Poems to Children + Haiku Worksheets
Are you looking for some poems kids like? Read on for some very simple tips for finding the best poetry books for kids, plus a few poetry activities that will engage even your most resistant reader! Don't miss the book giveaway at the end of this post! We didn't always love poetry in our house. … Continue reading How to Find Poems Kids Like +6 Books They Will LOVE
There are so many reasons we use Usborne books for homeschool. I'm excited to be able to share these with you today, and introduce you to Usborne Consultant and mom of four, Meredith. Read on to find out the three reasons families LOVE Usborne Books! Don't miss the chance to WIN the Usborne book … Continue reading 3 Reasons to LOVE Usborne Books for your Homeschool!
Find 35 of the BEST Fox in Socks activities for kids right here. Hands-on learning, crafts, printables, and worksheets all with your favorite foxy theme!
A dozen of the best Valentine's Day books for preschool and Kindergarten including your favorite familiar characters and heartwarming stories.
The best books to read from birth to college. These will comfort you, surprise, teach, and entertain you. These are the books that will stay with you years after you've read them. The ones that you will want to pass on - that I want to pass on to my children. Some are new and … Continue reading 100 MUST READ Book for Children – birth to college.
Fun and engaging online reading games by Reading Eggs! Full review and special free trial.
Picture books organized by continent to enrich your geography lesson plans. Appropriate for elementary grades continent and unit studies.
Ten ideas to get your child reading when he downright refuses. If you've got a struggling or reluctant reader, this one is for you.
Travel around the world with Jack and Annie in the Magic Tree House! Read on for a book list by continent and free printable maps!
I asked, "Who is your favorite author?" My son answered Eric Carle without a second's hesitation. Our house is filled with Carle's board books, flap books, and classic hardcovers that will last for many years to come. Read on for a complete list of Eric Carle books currently in print with links to over 40 read alouds.
We are excited to celebrate Read Across America Week and learn a little about one of the most beloved children's books authors - Dr. Seuss! I've put together some of our favorites in a fun and educational playlist.
A list of 110 (mostly literature) books for learning math aimed at early elementary age children. Links are to read aloud videos on YouTube - to use as a hook for new skills, to preview books, if our library doesn't have a copy available, or as a support to read alouds. Ya know, instead of re-reading the same thing a dozen times this week.