Yikes! The holidays are right around the corner, and if you're like me, you're probably scouring Amazon right now for great gift ideas! If you have kids on your Christmas list this year- babies through teenagers- books might be just the gifts you're looking for. Books make fabulous gifts because they're relatively cheap, they're fun, and they have educational value as well! Instead of wasting your money on yet another toy that will clutter up the house, why not stock a child's bookshelf with some high quality literature?
Newborn babies love to listen to rhyming stories because they’re rhythmic and soothing. The books on this list were carefully chosen to grow with your child. Find out why they’ll love them as babies... and as older kids as well!
You can support students’ reading outside of school by having them decorate and take home these easy recycled book boxes! Their special boxes are the perfect place to store paper books to reread for fluency practice!!
Who doesn’t have a bin of old, broken crayons lying around? This is the easiest method- from a teacher that’s done it a million times!- for melting your old crayons to make new ones in a variety of awesome shapes!
The way you organize your home sends a message to you children about what you value as a family. Show them that books are important and get them excited about reading with these simple tips!
Fun books to enjoy with your baby in a durable format so they’ll stay favorites during the toddler years!
My babies and I are all about song books! Which one will inspire you and your baby to sing together?