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  • National Story Telling week 2014
    let us know via our Facebook page and give us a quick explanation of why it s just so special to you or your child 1 The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle This classic picture book has been popular for years and is a childhood favourite a must for all 2 We re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury A firm favourite this book invites you to wade through grass splash through a river and squelch through mud in search of a bear 3 Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell Perfect for kids who don t naturally sit still and read a book this classic book is filled with flaps to lift making it fun and interactive 4 The Elephant and the Bad Baby by Elfrida Vipont Raymond Briggs This is an irresistible picture book with a naughty baby hero and a repeated rumpeta trumpeta of a chorus that children will love to join in with 5 Peace At Last by Jill Murphy The familiar noises repetition and beautiful illustrations make this delightful picture book an all time favourite with children and adults everywhere To find out more about National Story Telling week

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  • National Winnie-the-Pooh Day
    and his stuffed toys Milne wrote a huge collection of stories and poems which have been part of everyone s bedtime reading for generations So on 18th January make sure you celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day with Pooh and friends Perhaps you can create some Winnie the Pooh artwork Or dress the kids up in Winnie the Pooh costumes create your own Hundred Acre Wood or have a game of pooh sticks with friends Also take a minute to read some of Winnie s wonderful funny and thoughtful quotes Here are some of our favourites Rivers know this there is no hurry We shall get there someday If you live to be 100 I hope I live to be 100 minus 1 day so I never have to live without you Some people care too much I think it s called love It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn t use long difficult words but rather short easy words like How about lunch When late morning rolls around and you re feeling a bit out of sorts don t worry you re probably just a little eleven o clockish If the person you are talking to doesn

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  • Are iPads and tablets bad for young children?
    one mother in the article below claims her child s first word was not Mum or Dad but iPad Does your child have access to a tablet or iPad Read Paula Cocozza s interesting article which was published in the Guardian on 9th January 2014 here http www theguardian com society 2014 jan 08 are tablet computers bad young children CMP twt gu Read 1117 times Tweet Tagged under reading

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  • Can you "turn over a new leaf" in 2015 and read with your child daily?
    new year and with that comes new changes and goals for the year ahead Cutting out chocolate and increasing exercise are classic New Year s resolutions but it can be an effort to keep it up So why not turn over a new leaf in more ways than one by setting yourself the fun and rewarding activity of reading with your child every day Everyday reading will help your child begin to listen talk and learn about the world around them It s also a fun way to spend time together and is really easy to do whether reading a book singing a rhyme or playing online you are opening up your child to new ideas pictures and words that will help them grown and learn If you don t know when to fit in a story then start with bedtime It s the perfect end to the day for you and your child and it is a great way of getting into a routine For hints and tips have a look at these articles Bedtime reading with babies Bedtime reading with toddlers Bedtime reading with early readers Read 1058 times Tweet Tagged under literacy reading New Year bedtime story

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  • The best books about Christmas for young children
    s Christmas by Shirley Hughes 9 Dear Santa by Alan Durant 10 The Nativity Play by Nick Butterworth and Mick Inkpen 11 Mog s Christmas by Judith Kerr 12 The First Christmas by Jan Pienkowski 13 Father Christmas Needs a Wee by Nicholas Allan 14 Olivia helps with Christmas by Ian Falconer 15 A Christmas Journey by Brian Wildsmith 16 Suzy Goose and the Christmas Star by Petr Horácek 17

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  • Who is "The Elf on the Shelf"?
    and good Each morning when the children get up the elf is in a different place in your home If you look on Pinterest and search other social media you can see that parents have great fun placing him in different positions Each morning the children run around looking for him but nobody can touch the elf otherwise he might lose his magic The Elf on the Shelf has become a Christmas tradition for millions of young families in the US and now the UK The original Elf on the Shelf set RRP 25 includes an elf and a children s story book in a keepsake box Families can register their elf online to receive an official adoption certificate and a special letter from Santa When you ve adopted your elf and named him he receives his Christmas magic and can fly to the North Pole There is now a huge range of elves available boys and girls with different skin tones and you can even buy outfits to dress them in love2read have come up with a new book to give you some ideas of things your elf can get up to and also give you a book template

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  • Christmas jokes for the kids to read...
    birthday party Freeze a jolly good fellow Why are Christmas trees very bad at knitting Because they always drop their needles What do snowmen eat for breakfast Ice Krispies What do you get if cross a snowman and a shark Frost bite What do you call a snowman in the summer A puddle What falls but never hurts itself Snow How do angels greet each other They say Halo there

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  • Advent calendar ideas for bookworms!
    s books one for everyday in December then put them under the tree so your child can open or children can take turns opening one book each night before bed You can use second hand books or wrap up some from the book shelf they haven t read for a while You could even create a Memories of 2015 love2read book to be unwrapped on Christmas day 3 Get 25 envelopes and fill each one with a card or gift tag which suggests an activity for the day Activities could include writing a letter to Santa decorating the Christmas tree unwrapping a new book to read a trip to see a Christmas movie or panto making Christmas biscuits any of the activities you would do in the run up to Christmas 4 Use matchboxes or mini cereal boxes for bigger treats and together they create a mini library The mini books act as trinket boxes you can fill with sweets or mini treats Simply cut one edge of the match box to create a flap ie front book cover cover the match box sleeve with brown paper attach an image of a Christmas book to the front of the box

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