Alphabet books are not just A is for Apple, Bis for Ball! There are very many books who teach the alphabet in a fun and interactive way! Today I list some of our very favorite books that teach the Alphabet! Alphabets are Amazing Animals by the very talented author Anushka Ravishankar is a quirky but fun alphabet book. With verses for each letter, Anushka explores the alphabets with your beginning reader! This book from one of our favorite publishers, Tara books is perfect for the older preschoolers, and a fun addition
We just read and enjoyed our new favorite Dinosaur book Excavate Dinosaur; and thus came the urge to read some old favorites. Here are some of our favorite Dinosaur books (we own) which we have read gazillion times and keep reading some more. Harry and the Bucketful Dinosaur Series Who doesn’t know Harry and his bucketful of Dinosaurs? This is one of the very first books I bought for Aarya. He still loves this book! And he also enjoys the video series based on these books, I occasionally treat him with
Excavate Dinosaurs Written by Jon Tennant Illustrated by Vladimir Nikolov Paper Engineering by Charlie Simpson ISBN 9781612125206 Storey Publishing, LLC Recommended Age : 7 and Up. Description: The ultimate gift for dinosaur-loving kids ages 7 and up! With fun text and colorful illustrations, paleontologist Jon Tennant explains the anatomy, habitat, and diet of 12 dinosaurs from the Cretaceous, Jurassic, and Triassic eras and then provides pop-out pieces of their skeletons for kids to assemble into stand-up paper models. However, the pieces are mixed up! Before the puzzles can be completed,
Write 31 days – How NOT to kill the reading habit in kids with Book Recommendations for boys Tip #1 – Even if the book he selects is a book you do not think has any “value”; do NOT discourage! Tip#2 -Let them abuse the book Tip #3 – Do not offer reading instead of screen time. Tip #4 – Do not Give up on your Children, they need you more than you will ever know. Tip #5 – Reading is not just for bedtime. Anytime is good time to read.
Bubbleink Writes had the fabulous idea of hosting a #lovebooks exchange party just like what The Educators Spin on it did. SO with ample support from The Educator’s Spin of it, we recently had our own little book exchange party. I was to send my package to Suchi Ravalia and I received mine from Jyotsna Dilip; 2 pretty awesome girls – who are passionate about books just like I am! I first of all want to thank Bubbleink Writes, because of her I was introduced to a group of parents
Here is day 1 post Write 31 days – How NOT to kill the reading habit in kids with Book Recommendations for boys Tip #2 Tip #2 – Let them abuse the book. Seriously this has been the most difficult thing for me because I HATE anyone who dog-ears books in anyway. I DO NOT like writing in books..nor tearing them, nothing. So when my son quietly tore away a page of an awesome book I screamed at him and took away that book from him and didn’t read to him. Another
The Pleasant Rakshasa story : Sowmya Rajendran pictures : Niveditha Subramaniam Tulika Publishers Blurb: Karimuga is a rakshasa, a pleasant rakshasa. He is a beautiful rakshasa too. But that makes all other rakshasas jealous of him. Karimuga can’t bear to see them unhappy… Sowmya Rajendran inverts our ideas about beauty, happiness and rakshasas with humour and a light touch. Niveditha’s quirky pictures have little and big rakshasas romp through the pages, in pinks and purples, blues and greens, adding to the fun. I have been eyeing this book for quite