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Winter Kids’ Activities and Games

Entertain and engage children at home with these activities and games for all winter long! With the holidays over and a new year in full swing, these activity ideas are perfect for the winter months. Try an idea from this list for an after-school activity. Get the whole family involved on the weekend and bust boredom in record time! Fill your calendar with free activities for kids and watch the time fly by. Build a

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Monster-ific Reading Activities for Kids

Practice reading at home with these fun monster-themed activities for kids! Perfect for distance learning, homeschool, or extra practice outside of the classroom, these reading activities will engage kids to make learning fun. Cute monsters make literacy practice less scary or intimidating. Plus a monster theme ties in perfectly to Halloween or a monster unit at school! There are preschool activities, activities for toddlers, and ideas for kindergartners or elementary school children. Try some of

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Creative Ways to Practice Reading with Kids

Help children learn how to spell and read with these creative reading activities! These ideas will hold a child’s attention and bring reading to life. Children become fluent in reading over time. It requires a great deal of practice and patience. Reading helps a child understand his or her world. Reading can spark imagination and creativity. One book can open a child’s mind to the wonder and beauty all around us. Although learning to read

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The First Day of School: A School Checklist for Parents 

Begin the school year prepared and stress-free with this easy-to-use first day of school checklist!   Print this helpful guide and keep it in your planner or bring it with you to make shopping easy. Prepping for your child’s first day of pre-school, kindergarten, or elementary school can be overwhelming and emotional. This school supplies checklist takes care of the school essentials, taking one worry off your list.   Your child’s first day of school is a special milestone. Reduce those first day

Inspire a Love of Reading in Your Kids

With April 2nd being International Children’s Book Day, this spring is a perfect time to ignite a love of reading in your children! While it can be difficult at times to capture your child’s attention during storytime, establishing favorite children’s books and activities can help build excitement around reading. What is International Children’s Book Day? This yearly event is sponsored by the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY), an international non-profit organization, and is