Earth Day for Toddlers

Do you think your little one is too young to appreciate Earth Day?  If you’ve been the parent of a toddler for any length of time, you understand just how quickly they are able to catch on to ideas. Toddler-hood is a great time to introduce your kiddo to good environmental conservation. A simple activity can go a long way in increasing your toddler’s awareness about environmental issues. Red Apple Reading has compiled a list of 10 simple Earth Day activities you can do with your toddler.

Fun Ways to Celebrate Presidents’ Day

Many of us are enjoying a long weekend since Presidents’ Day is this Monday.  While our federal government officially calls this American holiday “Washington’s Birthday”, it has come to be recognized as a time to pay tribute to both past and present Presidents. How is your family spending this holiday? Red Apple Reading has some ideas for celebrating Presidents’ Day with your family.

Literacy Crafts for Valentine’s Day

If you enjoy art projects you probably enjoy Valentine’s Day. It’s a holiday that just begs you to break out the glue, construction paper, and scissors and get crafty! Here at Red Apple Reading we think the only thing better than getting crafty on Valentine’s Day is mixing in a little literacy with the craft! After all, you might as well sneak a bit of learning into the fun 😉 This February 14th why not try out one of these literacy friendly Valentine’s crafts with your kiddo?

10 Things Your Kids Should Know About Martin Luther King Jr.

On January 16th our country will celebrate Martin Luther King Day. This holiday is the perfect time to reflect with your child on the amazing life of one of civil rights’ most important figures. Why not take some time as a family to discuss some of the significant events in King’s life? Red Apple Reading has compiled a list of 10 things your kids should know about Dr. King to get you started.

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President’s Day Activities for Kids

We hope everyone is enjoying their long President’s Day weekend! Even if you and your kids don’t get the day off from work and school, President’s Day is still a great time to remember past and present Presidents! If you’re looking for a way to commemorate this holiday with your kids, Red Apple Reading has five great President’s Day activities for children. Check them out!

Teaching Kids about Independence Day

The 4th of July is filled with all sorts of fun activities: block parties, fireworks, barbecues, and parades to name a few! Little ones enjoy participating in these events; but do they realize what they are celebrating? Unfortunately, many children don’t understand the significance of Independence Day. This year give your kiddos a tutorial about this important holiday using these fun activities!