Red Balloon Bookshop events are a fun way to enjoy this cozy bookshop with your kids anytime of the year.
Crazy! Some summer reading programs have already started. Where do your kids fall in the summer reading spectrum? Whether they love to read or hate it or are somewhere in between, there is probably a program out there for them. If they are ambitious, they can participate in several. There is no rule that kids can’t use the same books for several programs.
A couple years ago, I did some research on the reality of the income-based achievement gap and how parents can Increase their Child’s Chances in School with a few Simple, Budget-Friendly Habits. Summer reading is another place where the achievement gap grows. However, the fix is offering your kids easy access to a lot of books and empowering them to select their own reading materials. This is where summer reading programs can come in handy. The following are few programs we found:
It’s May and time for the May Family BookList. In Minnesota, we are finally able to get outside and enjoy the weather….when it’s not raining. This month, we are focusing on nature. Whether in the real world or an imaginary world, I have some fun picks for you.