On Valentine’s Day we might tend to focus on giving flowers, chocolates, or presents to the ones we love, but let’s not forget about the books we can share with our little ones. Here are five books your children will LOVE!
The holidays are right around the corner and children are already eager to receive presents. Don’t let books be forgotten this holiday season! Books are a magical present to gift to children.
2019 is well underway and now that we’ve hit February there’s a lot going on! As always, we believe the best way to commemorate an occasion is with a good book. Ready, set, read!
The holiday season is upon us again! Time for decorations, hot cocoa, family, and all of the many other good things associated with this magical time of year. Speaking of good things, nothing gets us more in the holiday spirit than a good book and some giggles. In honor of the holiday season, Red Apple Reading has compiled a list of 10 Christmas books that are sure to tickle your little one’s funny bone. Check these out!
What would you include in your parental job description? Very often we think in terms of how well we provide for our children when we consider what being a parent entails. As parents we want our kids to have the best of everything. While we know it is our job to provide for our children, we often fail to consider that it is equally important to raise grateful children. With Thanksgiving around the corner let’s take time to consider what we as parents can do to raise thankful kids.
Are you looking for cute Halloween costume ideas for your kid? This year consider a book inspired costume. Your child will love bringing his or her favorite character to life! Need some ideas? Check out the following book character themed costumes.
In honor of Father’s Day this weekend Red Apple Reading has several book recommendations for your kiddos. Check out the following books about dads. We’re sure your little readers will enjoy perusing these selections with their father!
There are many military themed holidays in May. Memorial Day is typically the best known of these and is celebrated on the last Monday of May. Armed Services Day falls on the 3rd Sunday of the month and was first celebrated in 1950 as a result of the armed forces being combined under a single agency. With the approach of these holidays, parents may wonder what they can do to teach their children more about the branches of the military, including how to honor them. Consider the following ideas when teaching children about the armed services.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner – time to be on the lookout for leprechauns and those lucky four leaf clovers. While you may or may not believe in luck, we’re sure you believe in literacy! However your family chooses to commemorate the day, be sure to make books a part of the celebration. Red Apple Reading has ten books to recommend for your family to enjoy together this St. Patrick’s Day.
December is here and there’s a good chance your calendar is packed. Your family may celebrate one of the following holidays: Hanukkah, Christmas, or Kwanzaa – each observed this month. Red Apple Reading is taking a look at these three holidays along with some books to go with each. Enjoy!