3 reading posts you don’t want to miss

Friends!

Have you even checked out the ole teachmama site lately?

We are all fancied up! Big changes for us–after more than 6 years!

Go see it–for real: teachmama.com.

But don’t get too excited yet. I’m still working out the kinks over here and plan the BIG reveal at the end of the week.

Until then, I want you to check out a few things I’ve been sharing over at Scholastic Parents’ Raise a Reader blog.  Click the photo to read the post!

Change your family’s life in 20 minutes each week:  

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The “Family 20″ will change your family’s reading life.

 

 

7 ways to find books your kids will really love: 

find books your kids will love  scholastic  teachmama pinterest

Giving kids books is one thing. Giving kids GREAT books is another.

 

Favorite books of my favorite babies: 

fave babies' fave books  pinterest  scholastic teachmama

Sometimes, the most random books make your kids’ favorite list.

And that’s it for now.  Definitely check out the other posts that Allie and I have written for the awesome Raise a Reader blog. We write there every, single week, so there is a ton of fab facts, ideas, and more for you to check out!

Do you have questions about reading or learning? Hit me with your questions–I’d love to hear them and help you out!

And? This week.

I. Cannot. Wait. to share what else we’ve got up our sleeves.

Iabsolutelycannotwait.

Stay tuned!

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  1. says

    List of ‘safe’ books for advanced young readers. For example, my 5 year old was reading boxcar children by the pile BEFORE Kindergarten. But in the ‘big kid’ room, there’s a chance of rupturing dreams of fairies, elves, saint nick, and so in because you get into content that’s ‘too much’, TOO ADVANCED, TOO ‘REAL’. wE WANT TO KEEP THE FUN OF CHRISTMAS, EASTER AND SO ON….

    I can’t possibly pre-screen ALL HER BOOKS FOR HER. i DON’T HAVE THE TIME.

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