Counting

Outrageous antics of animal athletes teach young readers to count

Outrageous antics of animal athletes teach young readers to count

Learn to count alongside a series of outrageous antics from animal athletes One trophy to win, two whistle blows, three hurdles. . . . With fresh, eye- popping illustrations, children will learn to count by following the antics of athletic animals in this charming picture book. The playful illustrations capture the motion and exuberance of(…)

Books About Birthdays

Books About Birthdays

Everybody has one, a birthday that is.  Start your kids off at a young age with books about birthdays.  For the infants and toddlers, there is Birthday Counting and for the older kids, there is Birthday Counting Can you count backward from 6 to 1 at a birthday party? The perfect choice for baby’s birthday(…)

Family Game Night:  Bouncing Bots

Family Game Night: Bouncing Bots

Recently we became aware of a new game company, Rooster Fin.  RoosterFin games are teacher-created, simple to learn, family friendly games. The games are perfect for your next family game night, party, or birthday gift. They sent along their latest game, Bouncing Bots for us to check out and we have to say – WHAT(…)

Boredom Busters:  Spin-a-roo

Boredom Busters: Spin-a-roo

Summer is here and that means more time with the kids and more playdates with friends. We hope is also means more family playtime and game time. Today we are featuring a wonderful game of sorting and counting for the younger crowd. Spin-a-roo is recommended for Pre-K to 2nd grade children. The game can be(…)

Book a Day December: Post 3

Book a Day December: Post 3

I have recently been made aware of a wonderful December tradition for families and that is giving your children a book a day leading up to Christmas, starting on December 1st.  Maybe I have been living under a rock, but this is the first I’ve heard of this tradition.  As many of you know, we(…)

Book a Day December: Post 2

Book a Day December: Post 2

I have recently been made aware of a wonderful December tradition for families and that is giving your children a book a day leading up to Christmas, starting on December 1st.  Maybe I have been living under a rock, but this is the first I’ve heard of this tradition.  As many of you know, we(…)