More pandemic inside-ness just means more books. Here is what we’ve been reading in the month of June. *Affiliate The Planets (affiliate) Fair warning we love basically anything by DK! This visual guide to the solar system is no different. We used it when we did our Solar System Unit alongside our printable 3 Part […]
We’ve bought more books in the last two months than usual with the whole cancelled world thing. While we miss our public library (and our librarian!, I have to say I like seeing the books as permanent fixtures in our home. *Affiliate links. Strega Nona After Tomie de Paola, the author and illustrator of all […]
These aren’t the only books we’re reading this month, but as my girl becomes more an more proficient we find it helps to practice on the same books again and again. Here’s some great titles that won’t make you want to jump our your child’s window when they ask for a bedtime story. (Links marked […]
A few years back I made a big push to change the kind of toys and books we brought into our home. It wasn’t easy then, and it hasn’t always been since, but it has made such a difference in our daly routines. We have very few plastic toys in our home. I have cancer […]
This month’s books are an eclectic mix. I usually link the books so you can get your own copy, but one of the books this month was thrifted. So unless you’ve got a time machine… The Pigeon HAS To Go To School We will buy and read every Mo Williams book ever written. The Pigeon […]
I’m sure you guys have seen the dyed rice trend sweeping Pinterest called “rainbow rice”. It is rice that has been dyed or painted, then dumped in a large plastic bin for sensory activities. This is a great “busy” activity to have around. I keep 3 sensory bins under the bottom shelf of our pantry […]
Discover what makes someone a hero with a look at the everyday heroes that impact our lives. A positive reminder to children looking for heroes, that sometimes, we don’t have to look any further than our own front door. A charmingly illustrated picture book, perfect for boys and girls 0-9 years old. A great gift […]
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