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“Pete The Cat: I Love My White Shoes” by Eric Litwin 978-0-06-19062-0

This book was super simple and cute. I would use it in a kindergarten or first grade class, for teaching colors and cause and effect. 159 more words


Read-Alouds: Kaleigh G. and Angela G.

“Little Penguin Lost” by Tracey Corderoy (isbn: 978-1-62370-116-1) would teach children about being responsible and keeping up with their things. 63 more words

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How to Painlessly Incorporate Read-Aloud Time into Your Homeschool

If anyone would ever ask me to choose one part of homeschooling that ranks above all others in fun, learning, and family bonding, I’d have to say read-aloud time. 981 more words



“The Silly Gooses” by Dav Pilkey 0-590-94733-8

This was my favorite book from the week, because it was funny and playful while still having a message. 215 more words


Take A Look, It's In A Book

EduBlogsClub Prompt #21 (#20 was a catch up week):

Prompt: Write a post about a book, books, and/or reading!

Here are some possible topics to help get you started:

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Our Favorite Read-alouds in Our Homeschool (Children's Series)

Welcome to part three of my series of read-alouds we have enjoyed in our homeschool. Today I’m sharing children’s series. There are other series which my kids enjoy on their own, but these are the ones we have read together… 193 more words


Read-Alouds: Kelsea B. and Kayla C.

” Before we go to Bed” by Sue Mongredian (isbn: 978-1-84869-518-4) is a really adorable book that I would use in a 3rd, or 4th grade to teach children about proper hygiene, alliteration, and similarly sounding words. 61 more words

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