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More is More: My favorite interactive board books of 2017

Goodbye Where is Spot?  and other basic lift-the-flap board books. The latest interactive board books have blown me away and are perfect for holiday gifting or a great addition to the home, public, or preschool library.  399 more words

Children's Literature

Minimising Screen Time with Audible

This is in no way a sponsored post. We have just really enjoyed using Audible!

I’m going to leave the whole screen time debate for another time, I’ll just say that I have found screens to be an avoidable part of our daily lives, especially living on the other side of the world from friends and family and zero screen time has been an unrealistic goal for us. 330 more words

Checkout time for preK, K and special needs classes

For all we advocate free choice, our youngest learners may not have enough time to properly pick books after library lessons or storytimes are done. Book bundles are a way to help readers and parents quickly select books on a topic of interest with a similar reading level. 44 more words

Children's Literature

In Our Montessori Friendly Book Bag this Week (Book Reviews)


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Building A Montessori 'Friendly' Book Collection for Absorbent Minds (0-18 months)

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Social Story

Every child loves a personalized story.  This particular activity was intended for an emergent reader and targeted final consonant /d/.  My student and I had so much fun coloring our book and reading it together.   25 more words