Using Venn Diagrams with books allows children to make comparisions between story characters, or between the book and film versions of the same story.
Here’s how to make an acrostic book based on your child’s name. This is a fun way to use art, writing & maths and boosts your child’s self-esteem.
Doodling with kids is a great art project which promotes both language & fine motor skills, creativity & problem solving. Easy to set up. Relaxing to do.
Sight Word Car Race is a non-competitive game which is great for learning sight words. Easy to set up and fun to play. Uses materials from around your home.
The Sight Words Block Game gets children up and moving while they’re learning to read sight words. Heaps of fun. Easy to prepare. Effective!
Mouse House Sight Words is another really simple game to set up but one which gets children both reading sight words and moving! And it’s fun! Here’s how to do it.
A sight words game which will get children moving. Quick to prepare and fun to play!
Make your own word blending cups which are great for helping children learn to blend words based on word families.
Make reading irresistible for your children by following these simple, quick, inexpensive and easy steps.
Have you seen our new book about a plucky platypus? Here are some facts about real platypus … some of which are included in our story.