Charlotte Gunnufson sent us a copy of her new book Halloween Hustle and the kids and I have been enjoying it immensely. I have actually had to get my kids a bit about them dragging the book all over the house (and out to the car on errand trips) before I got a chance to post a review while the book still looked nice and new!
Need some quick ideas to make October a cool month of reading? Look no further! I’ve got a few for you right here!
I love seeing Child’s Play’s big brown box of books show up on my porch every few months. The kids and I get to test drive new titles and see what we think. Child’s Play is an independent publisher, specializing in whole child development, learning through play, life skills, and values. Their stuff is so pretty and fun. The latest additions to their collections got a thumbs up from us! Check it out.
The What’s That board book series encourages guessing prediction, and memory skills. Four titles in the series include CHOO! CHOO!, SNAP! SNAP!, TAP! TAP!, and TOOT! TOOT!. What’s that noise? Lift the flap and find out! Lift the flap books are my go-to’s with little ones. Always a hit! Familiar themes and vibrant illustrations will mean much, repeated, and fun-filled readings.
Create a Turkey with an apple, colored marshmallows and toothpicks. Continue reading Thanksgiving Snacks
A collection of no-carve pumpkin decorating ideas, many based on literary characters for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classrooms
Printable Resources For Your School And Parents Continue reading Germ Season
Corn meal muffins are an inexpensive and delicious snack. Continue reading Corn Snacks
Grow corn in baggies! Continue reading Corn Science
I found this while surfing for new games recently, and my preschoolers loved playing it during our “down on the farm” day. Continue reading Corn Games
Corn on the Cob painting: Continue reading Corn Art