What Every 6th Grader Needs to Know by Connie Sokol & Rachelle Christensen [Read more…]
Happy National Reading Month!
There are so many ways to celebrate reading this month, and I look forward to sharing them with you.
Today, we are participating in local Read Across America events, and honoring the birthday of Dr. Seuss.
Stay tuned this month as we explore great finds in children’s books, and discuss the many wonderful ways in which to incorporate reading into your family’s daily routines. Until then, please enjoy this fun reading of Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
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What to Read
Many parents from the East Coast to the South are trying to find ways to keep young minds, specifically young readers, occupied. Superkiddo has been so excited to have extra time at home, even though our local Snow Day mania has yet to yield any of the big, fluffy stuff (it is expected to be here by the time that you read this). I didn’t want him to only spend his time with electronic devices, or converting the playroom into a tent city, so I pulled out some of our favorite snowy children’s books to read during the South’s version of a Snow Day.