Popcorn Stories!

Let’s talk about an easy storytelling activity for building oral language. Encouraging your child to tell and share more stories will connect them to their creativity. Try this fun activity with your child…Popcorn Stories! Popcorn Stories are basically little stories that “pop” into your head when you hear certain prompts. My favorite and easiest is More …

Summer Reading Challenge

The Summer Reading Challenge Is Here Everybody! I’ve been working on this summer reading challenge for awhile and I think your kids will love it! No reading log, no handouts to turn in and best of all…NO pressure! Just an old-fashioned summer reading game with a cool twist to help other children at the same More …

Screen Free Week Challenge!

Screen Free Week is happening April 30th-May 6th. It’s a great time for kids to focus on non-screen activities. Sounds easy right? Ha! I’m sure we all have a few activities that we could shout out but enough for a week?!?! Help is required. Screen Free Week was originally developed in 1994 as a break More …

Library Scavenger Hunt

I’ve always been lucky that my daughter loves to go to the library. For some parents though, getting your child through those double doors may take a little creativity. I put together this fun library scavenger hunt as a game to get children excited about their library visit. Kids can compete against each other and More …

Teach Your Monster To Read

Do you have a budding reader? Maybe a preschooler who is starting to try and sound out words? A kindergartner just starting that list of sight words? You should absolutely check out Usborne’s free online program that helps your little one learn to read! The Usborne family created The Usborne Foundation to promote early literacy. More …