Summer Reading For Younger Children
Updated: Jul 1
Summer is in full swing now and, for most of us, it's hot outside. We live in Arizona, so it's extra hot! We are in full blown 100s now. That means that my kids want to stay inside even more than usual.
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What they would like to do is play techonology all day every day, but that drives this mom crazy. We have limited their technology use and are incorporating more reading time. My kids aren't book lovers so I actually have to tell them to read for a certain amount of time each day. That's fine because they are 10 and (almost) 15 and can both read very well.
What can we do, though, about our younger children who just aren't reading yet? That's where Grandma's Reading Corner comes to the rescue. We have over 270 posts about books that Grandma has read on our YouTube channel for your kids to watch and learn from.
There are Eric Carle books, Dr. Seuss books, character books, and seasonal books. There are books learning books that teach your children the letters, sounds, numbers, money, and character traits. We have character books like Daniel Tiger, Amelia Bedelia, Pigeon, Biscuit, and Clifford.
Just visit our Books, Books, Books!!! tab at the top of our site to find what we have in store for your young children to watch! There are so many books to choose from!
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