Winter Tracing Worksheets for Kids

Winter Tracing Worksheets for Kids

Winter is the perfect time to try some indoor activities with your kids. So, why not use this chance to play and learn with them! Use these Winter tracing worksheets with your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice their pre-writing skills at home or school. If you are a teacher or a homeschooler, you can include […]

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How to raise a reader

How to Raise a Reader

10 Things You Can Do to Raise a Reader Trying to get your children to read on their holiday break? Or looking for ways to inspire your kids to read more? These 10 tips to raise a reader will help you teach your children that reading is not just a homework assignment, but a fun

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Monster books for kids

17 Monster Books for Kids

Your kids are growing up and beginning to understand abstract concepts, which also means that they have more complex fears. Your 4- to 5-year-olds are not only scared of things they can see, such as darkness; but also scared of things in their imagination, such as monsters. The combination of both, reality and fantasy, can

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Books about cats for kids

20 Kids’ books about cats

Picture Books About Cats If you are new here, you should know that we are following the Reading Challenge; but instead of reading just one book, we decided to pick as many as we wanted for a couple of weeks. This time it’s the turn for books about cats and we couldn’t be more excited!

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Reading Challenge on a white background

Reading Challenge for Kids

Reading should be an amusing experience and not something we feel forced to do. That’s why I created this Reading Challenge; as a tool to inspire anyone, especially the little ones, to read a little more! At home, we are not fans of reading logs. We think they transform reading into a task, like a

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