Books Worth Reading
A Huge List of Great Chapter Books to Read with Your Kids!
Favorite Books to Read Aloud to Your Kids
The ability to comprehend far exceeds a young child's ability to read,
67 books to read to your kids before they turn 10. Some great classics everyone should read. This is a great list! Not sure I agree with all of them for the before 10 bit, but it has many of my favorites, and some new ones I can't wait to check out.
Realizing you have to manage your money sucks. Let's hope these 5 #books can help (hint: @AdultingBlog is one)
The Top 32 Popular Fiction Books for Book Clubs. Of the 32, I have read a total of 4. I already have 12 of the books on the list, but haven't read them yet. There are 2 books on the list that I tried to read, but couldn't get through. Finally, several of the remaining 14 books on this list are ones that I would like to read in the future. Overall, a great list!
In case you are looking for some books to read over the summer - here is a list of 32 popular book club books!
Our 10 Favorite Summer Themed Books for Children
Want to read this!!! From whoever pinned this: "This is some of the best insight into kids I have used or found! The 5 Love Languages of Children. Click on "Assessments" and have your child play the Mystery Game to find out their love language. Find ways to strengthen your relationship with your child, and build up their security by speaking to their personal love language. Also has advice for Husband's and Wives."
Student has/needs/wants Great worksheet to use when teaching budgeting.
Super Cute! Teacher’s Survival Kit: • Animal cookies for when your classroom seems like a zoo. • Band-Aids for when things get a little rough. • Chewing Gum to help you stick to it. • Crayons to color your day bright and cheerful. • Candle for when you are up late marking or planning. • Smarties because that's who your teaching. • Time Out bar because you'll probably need it by the end of the day. • Eraser to remind you everyone makes mistakes. • Lifesavers for when you've had one of those days. • Marbles to replace the ones you've lost. • Paperclips to hold it all together. • Pencil to "write your wrongs." • Rubber band to remind you to be flexible. • Shiny Penny to remind you that each will shine in his or her own special way. • Starburst to give you a "burst" of energy when you need it. • Tissues to wipe away the tears...yours and theirs. • Toothpicks to help you "pick" out the good qualities in others and yourself. • A prayer for you to say at the start of each day.