This week at Kids Nook Reads, we wanted to show you a book with a rather simple concept taken to some pretty great extremes. Whimsical illustrations and absurdist ideas answer the rather simple question this book poses… It might be an apple, but what if it wasn’t?
This week at Sensory Storytime we had a visit from one of our old friends: The Very Hungry Caterpillar! We made special little houses for him, fed him lots of food, and then even made some pillows to remember our time together! Take a look below the cut to see some memories from our cool activity!
Alright everyone, brace yourselves. School is about to end, and that means… VACATION!
Even if it’s just a short trip up the road, or a full-blown adventure around the world, you’ll probably need to prepare yourself, and your kids, for the long hours traveling. How? Well you’re not going to be able to rely exclusively on the iPad, I can tell you that. Instead check out some of these links to get your creative juices flowing.
Happy Travels Friends!
Every month on our Turkish sister site, Anne Hikayesi, we’ll be featuring a guest blogger İrina Karabulut. She’s a English teacher who specializes in Early Childhoood Development in English. You can check out this month’s post below, and of course follow her on Instagram!
İrina on Instagram: @zeytinvelimon
Hi there! It’s Irina again with English Early Learning Methods. I want to remind you one more time how important it is to learn English from the first month of a baby’s life! Toddlers are so fast to learn and absorb information. They are incredibly talented and they can learn foreign language much faster and easier then adults. Also, learning a second language helps develop a baby in different ways, such as developing brain possibilities, developing character, personality, and so on.
I would like to stress reading books as one of the main methods in my Early Learning English System. I am completely sure that reading books in general, and reading books in English have great influence on bringing up a personality. Not only children, but even adults enlarge their knowledge with the help of books.