Reading is the most important part of a person’s education, because once they can read, the entire world of knowledge opens before their eyes. Reading aloud to our kids is part of our every day. Our kids also read to us and on their own. Some of our kiddos are voracious and others are reluctant. Some picked it up easily and some struggle with dyslexia. No matter what their situation though, we’ve taught all of our children to read a lot and well, because it’s one of the best gifts we can give them. Here’s to bookworms everywhere.
How To Evaluate A Book
Making A Case For Fairy Tales
Pairing Fiction and Non-Fiction
Library Outings and Activities - includes 3 printable activities to do on a library outing
Book projects are a favorite part of our homeschool. They are basically just book reports minus the boring. We have our kids choose a book and then present it in a fun and creative way. Below you’ll find lots of ideas to get you started.
Books Projects For Specific Books:
A is For Musk Ox
Where The Wild Things Are
Mission To The Arctic
The Blind Men and the Elephant
Hansel and Gretel
Snowmen At Night, The Rest of The Story
The Gingerbread Man
Twas The Night Before Christmas
Penguin Book Project - To go with Mr. Popper’s Penguins or any books about penguins
Swan Book Project -To go with The Ugly Duckling, The Trumpet of the Swan, The Summer of the Swans, The Wild Swans, Swan Lake, or other books about swans
Bridges Book Project – This one works with any book about bridges, fiction or non-fiction.
Tall Tales Book Project – This book project works for any tall tale story – Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, Davy Crockett, Johnny Appleseed, John Henry, or others.
Canterbury Tales For Kids
The Candy Shop War
Percy Jackson and The Lightning Thief Book Report
Harry Potter Wand Tutorial
I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More