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  • Displaying items by tag: Mother's day
    The Mummy Shop he decides to give them a ring They promises the perfect mummy but after multiple mishaps with a rabbit a sheep and a hedgehog it s starting to look like the perfect mummy doesn t exist until he realises he s known her all along At the end of the day nothing can compare to your own mummy Reading Age 6 Interest level 7 8 My Mum has X ray Vision by Angela McAllister Milo s mum looks ordinary but he is convinced she has X ray vision She knows when he s up to mischief even if she s in another room He tests his theory and convinces himself that his mum is just an ordinary mum after all but she is super mum and saves an old lady from certain death Reading Age 6 Interest level 3 7 9 Owl Babies by Martin Waddell When three baby owls wake up to find their mother gone they feel scared and vulnerable But their anxieties soon prove unfounded by Mum s safe return This reassuring and stunningly illustrated book tackles the subject of temporary separation a situation which all children are likely to experience at sometime 10 A selection of love2read books about Mum Upload 10 photos of Mum in to a simple love2read book template and let Mum be the star of the bedtime story To see a virtual demo follow this link My mum My gran Published in Reading Blog Read more Monday 24 March 2014 12 34 10 picture books about Mum Reading Age 6 Interest level 2 1 I love my mummy by Giles Andreae What is it about Mummies that makes them so lovable and so very special Could it be that they are good at wiping grubby noses and singing favourite songs or that they give expert cuddles Whatever the reasons this cheery picture book explores the relationship between a mother and her toddler through a simple rhyming text about everyday experiences with which small children will be very familiar Reading Age 5 Interest level 2 2 I Love My Mummy by Sebastien Braun A simple and sensitive picturebook that will reassure even the youngest readers Each double page spread shows a young animal with its mother discovering the world around it and learning about life Images of the mother watching over her baby reinforce the message that mum is there to make sure baby is safe and that she nurtures her young one Stunningly illustrated this is a beautiful celebration of motherhood Reading Age 6 Interest level 2 5 3 My Mum by Anthony Browne All small children love their mums and in this colourful and entertaining picture book Anthony Browne explains exactly why Mums are really strong have limitless potential can work amazing magic not to mention the fact that they re fantastic jugglers and fabulous cooks But most importantly Mums are really nice they make you laugh and they love you Reading Age 6 Interest level 3 7

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  • Displaying items by tag: card
    or My gran books or simply I love my mum or gran You will need Card cut out 2 circles 8 petals and 1 leaf 1 green stick which you can get from your local garden centre or find a stick in the park Glue sellotape scissors and pens Instructions Use the pen to write a message on one of the circles eg I love mum Turn the circle over and stick the petals on the back round the circle Attach the stick to the back of the circle with sellotape On the second circle get your child to write their name write it yourself or use your child s handprint Use the glue and some sellotape to stick this circle to the first one with the stick in the middle Finally attach the leaf lower down on the stick If you ve got some cheap perfume you can even give this special flower a scent by spraying it carefully Published in Reading Blog Read more Monday 24 March 2014 12 06 Make Mum and Gran a flower card Mother s Day is on Sunday 30th March this year and Spring is on it s way so get your child to make a very special flower which Mum and Granny will love It s also a great reading and writing activity Use words that you have used in your My mum or My gran books or simply I love my mum or gran You will need Card cut out 2 circles 8 petals and 1 leaf 1 green stick which you can get from your local garden centre or find a stick in the park Glue sellotape scissors and pens Instructions Use the pen to write a message on one of the circles eg I love mum Turn the circle

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  • Displaying items by tag: Mum
    feeling very cross with his mummy so when he sees an advert for The Mummy Shop he decides to give them a ring They promises the perfect mummy but after multiple mishaps with a rabbit a sheep and a hedgehog it s starting to look like the perfect mummy doesn t exist until he realises he s known her all along At the end of the day nothing can compare to your own mummy Reading Age 6 Interest level 7 8 My Mum has X ray Vision by Angela McAllister Milo s mum looks ordinary but he is convinced she has X ray vision She knows when he s up to mischief even if she s in another room He tests his theory and convinces himself that his mum is just an ordinary mum after all but she is super mum and saves an old lady from certain death Reading Age 6 Interest level 3 7 9 Owl Babies by Martin Waddell When three baby owls wake up to find their mother gone they feel scared and vulnerable But their anxieties soon prove unfounded by Mum s safe return This reassuring and stunningly illustrated book tackles the subject of temporary separation a situation which all children are likely to experience at sometime 10 A selection of love2read books about Mum Upload 10 photos of Mum in to a simple love2read book template and let Mum be the star of the bedtime story To see a virtual demo follow this link My mum My gran Published in Reading Blog Read more Monday 24 March 2014 12 34 10 picture books about Mum Reading Age 6 Interest level 2 1 I love my mummy by Giles Andreae What is it about Mummies that makes them so lovable and so very special Could it be that they are good at wiping grubby noses and singing favourite songs or that they give expert cuddles Whatever the reasons this cheery picture book explores the relationship between a mother and her toddler through a simple rhyming text about everyday experiences with which small children will be very familiar Reading Age 5 Interest level 2 2 I Love My Mummy by Sebastien Braun A simple and sensitive picturebook that will reassure even the youngest readers Each double page spread shows a young animal with its mother discovering the world around it and learning about life Images of the mother watching over her baby reinforce the message that mum is there to make sure baby is safe and that she nurtures her young one Stunningly illustrated this is a beautiful celebration of motherhood Reading Age 6 Interest level 2 5 3 My Mum by Anthony Browne All small children love their mums and in this colourful and entertaining picture book Anthony Browne explains exactly why Mums are really strong have limitless potential can work amazing magic not to mention the fact that they re fantastic jugglers and fabulous cooks But most importantly Mums are really nice they make

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  • Displaying items by tag: World Book Day
    child to carry Oliver old clothes rip jagged edges and some dirt If you can find a flat cap fantastic For more ideas have a look at our Pinterest board and if you have any photos of ideas you d be happy to share please email us at This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Have a fantastic World Book Day Published in Reading Blog Read more Monday 02 March 2015 14 55 What is World Book Day Now in its 18th Year World Book Day is the biggest and loudest worldwide celebration of books and reading which is marked in over 100 countries all over the world This year it is being held on Thursday 5th March The main aim of World Book Day in the UK and Ireland is to encourage children to explore the pleasures of books and reading by providing them with the opportunity to have a book of their own More than 14 million excited children will receive their 1 book vouchers from school so look out for them in book bags They can exchange them at their local bookseller for one of 10 exclusive new and completely free books Or if they d rather they can use it to get 1 off any book or audio book costing over 2 99 at a participating bookshop or book club Here are 2015 s TEN TERRIFIC 1 books There are also loads of World Book day events organised all over the UK you can watch a wonderful range of famous authors and stars reading children s books meet authors and even go to a Paddington party and meet the bear himself Also many schools have Dress up as a book character days if you and your child are looking for inspiration or are in a panic please take a look at our Pinterest board or read our article Help my child needs a costume for World Book day To celebrate World Book Day love2read are offering all their customers a 5 discount code Published in Reading Blog Read more Thursday 06 March 2014 13 18 Which World Book Day book will you choose Your child should come with one of these tokens today which book will you choose Children can buy any of these 10 special edition books with their 1 World Book Day token at participating bookshops between 3 30 March 2014 Here s a brief synopsis of the books to help you choose Hello Hugless Douglas by David Melling For age 2 Hugless Douglas the big bear with the big heart is a funny and loveable brown bear who does what all children do Meet him and all of his cuddly crazy bouncy animal friends this World Book Day From waking up to playtime story time and then bedtime every day begins and ends with a BIG hug With added extra hug gallery you can choose your favourite too Little Book Day Parade by Emily Gravett For age 2 All the characters from your favourite Emily Gravett books are dressing up for World Book Day They re going as characters from their favourite books Can you help them get ready Matilda is going as the Cheshire Cat but her cat needs a mad hat And can you draw a long Rapunzel wig for one of the three little pigs Join in the drawing and colouring activities with a host of favourite book characters and bring some creative fun to your World Book Day I am nit a LoserI by Jim Smith For age 7 Barry is auditioning to be in an advert for nit shampoo But when it all goes horribly wrong Barry has a change of heart It s time to stand up for all insects and GIVE A BUG A HUG Join Barry in his quest to save the creepy crawlies in this nutty nitty World Book Day adventure Fun with the Worst Witch by Jill Murphy For age 7 Help Mildred Hubble and her best friend Maud crack spells cook up potions and solve wizard word games But watch out because terrifying Miss Hardbroom is never far away with a Crossword or two Packed with puzzles and magical mayhem this tricky little book will keep even the Worst Witch out of trouble The Midnight Picnic A Laura Marlin Mystery by Lauren St John For age 7 When a prize winning essay earns Laura Marlin an invitation to a midnight picnic on mysterious Bodmin Moor she can hardly wait especially since her best friend Tariq and husky Skye get to come too But Bodmin is a place steeped in legend and as the fog descends it becomes hard to separate myth from reality When a freak accident leaves the children alone Laura has to use all her powers of deduction to outwit an enemy who may not even exist Horrible Histories Terrible Trenches by Terry Deary and Martin Brown For age 7 One hundred years since the start of the First World War discover what life was like in the trenches from both sides of the barbed wire in Horrible Histories Terrible Trenches From foul food to coping with legions of lice discover how your own wee could save your life which animals wore gas masks and why Big Bertha terrified the Brits Middle School How I Got Lost in London by James Patterson For age 9 As school trips go this one is pretty awesome When I was told we were going to London to study Living History I thought they were joking But here I am Rafe Khatchadorian global jetsetter Now all I need to do is find a way of avoiding the school bully getting Jeanne Galletta to talk to me and try not to get lost in London But things are never that simple So fasten your seatbelts and hold on tight because this could be a very bumpy flight Jack Pepper by Sarah Lean For age 9 Someone

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  • Displaying items by tag: ideas
    Broom Worst Witch and a skeleton costume for Funny Bones Or if you have a ballet costume what about Angelina Ballerina Alternatively think pyjamas nightie with a few accessories to complete the look you can create characters from many stories for example The Darlings from Peter Pan Sophie from the BFG and Laura from Laurie s Star If you are reading this the day before then here are some easy peasy costume ideas that you can source from your home or friends Harry and his bucketful of Dinosaurs normal clothes and a plastic bucket filled with plastic dinosaurs simple The Gruffalo brown clothes card horns on head face paint and washing up glove feet Old Mother Hubbard few old clothes make a cupboard out of a box and find a bonnet Little Red Riding Hood make find a red cloak and add a basket Queen of Hearts make a cloak or tabard from a white sheet and glue on lots of hearts Make or if you re lucky find a crown in the dressing up box and buy bake some jam tarts for your child to carry Oliver old clothes rip jagged edges and some dirt If you can find a flat cap fantastic For more ideas have a look at our Pinterest board and if you have any photos of ideas you d be happy to share please email us at This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Have a fantastic World Book Day Published in Reading Blog Read more Monday 03 March 2014 13 30 Help my child needs a costume for World Book Day World Book Day is a wonderful event anything that encourages a love of books and enjoyment of reading is fantastic the fact that the day has become an annual event celebrated in nurseries and schools up and down the country must be viewed as a positive thing But for many parents the letter home reminding parents that to celebrate World Book Day their children can dress up as a book character can induce a moment of panic in some households Some schools choose to follow a them such as Harry Potter Easy simply chuck on a clock or a black bin bag glasses and a zig zag face paint scar for the boys curled hair and a toy cat for the girls and you re sorted Job done But many schools don t follow a theme and leave it up to the imagination of the children and their parents As your child or children progress through the school and you find yourself on the fifth consecutive World Book Day and you ve used up all your easy costume ideas it can be a nightmare Wise mums pick out an easy idea and sell it as a fait accompli to their kids in advance It s less hassle if you can think of an easy idea that isn t too much trouble to source make

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  • Displaying items by tag: book characters
    Broom Worst Witch and a skeleton costume for Funny Bones Or if you have a ballet costume what about Angelina Ballerina Alternatively think pyjamas nightie with a few accessories to complete the look you can create characters from many stories for example The Darlings from Peter Pan Sophie from the BFG and Laura from Laurie s Star If you are reading this the day before then here are some easy peasy costume ideas that you can source from your home or friends Harry and his bucketful of Dinosaurs normal clothes and a plastic bucket filled with plastic dinosaurs simple The Gruffalo brown clothes card horns on head face paint and washing up glove feet Old Mother Hubbard few old clothes make a cupboard out of a box and find a bonnet Little Red Riding Hood make find a red cloak and add a basket Queen of Hearts make a cloak or tabard from a white sheet and glue on lots of hearts Make or if you re lucky find a crown in the dressing up box and buy bake some jam tarts for your child to carry Oliver old clothes rip jagged edges and some dirt If you can find a flat cap fantastic For more ideas have a look at our Pinterest board and if you have any photos of ideas you d be happy to share please email us at This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Have a fantastic World Book Day Published in Reading Blog Read more Monday 03 March 2014 13 30 Help my child needs a costume for World Book Day World Book Day is a wonderful event anything that encourages a love of books and enjoyment of reading is fantastic the fact that the day has become an annual event celebrated in nurseries and schools up and down the country must be viewed as a positive thing But for many parents the letter home reminding parents that to celebrate World Book Day their children can dress up as a book character can induce a moment of panic in some households Some schools choose to follow a them such as Harry Potter Easy simply chuck on a clock or a black bin bag glasses and a zig zag face paint scar for the boys curled hair and a toy cat for the girls and you re sorted Job done But many schools don t follow a theme and leave it up to the imagination of the children and their parents As your child or children progress through the school and you find yourself on the fifth consecutive World Book Day and you ve used up all your easy costume ideas it can be a nightmare Wise mums pick out an easy idea and sell it as a fait accompli to their kids in advance It s less hassle if you can think of an easy idea that isn t too much trouble to source make

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  • Displaying items by tag: beditme
    doesn t mean he or she is dyslexic However if there are other indicators of dyslexia such as the inability to connect sounds with letters or confusing the order of letters in a word your child may indeed have a learning disorder like dyslexia If that s the case take heart with time patience and special instructional methods most children can learn to read Does it matter that I don t like reading Children tend to emulate their parents so if you want your child to read you would be wise to pick up a book magazine or newspaper yourself on a regular basis Many adults were not taught how to enjoy reading so why not take this opportunity to discover the pleasure of reading for yourself I m not a qualified teacher so I can t teach my child to read Absolutely not While you may need to seek out advice if your child is having a special problem learning to read you don t need any formal training to help your child learn the alphabet connect sounds with letters or help them recognise words If your child is already in school ask the teacher for suggestions on how to help the process along at home Published in Reading Blog Read more Monday 22 July 2013 09 42 Practical ways to help children read 1 Model a love of reading for your child Seeing adults enjoying reading from books newspapers magazines recipes or menus will make children want to read for themselves 2 Share books and read aloud Make stories come alive by reading to your child Take books wherever you go trips to the shops and on journeys and have a few minutes of special quiet reading each day 3 Look for words all around you Point out labels on cereal packets and fruit juice cartons notices in the supermarket road and shop signs 4 Join your local library No child is too young to join the library it is free and there are hundreds of brightly coloured books to choose from 5 Play with rhymes Children love rhymes and they help your child to notice sounds in words which will help with reading later on Sing nursery rhymes Make silly rhymes with your child s name Wham Bam your name s Sam 6 Letter and sound games Play I spy it s a great way of showing that every word begins with a letter You can play odd one out games for example which word is the odd one in a list like cat sat dog and mat 7 Labels Write titles under pictures photos or on objects to show them that words belong to things Start with simple words for example fridge door bedroom 8 Use your finger Show your child that words go from left to right by underlining them with fingers yours first then theirs They will begin to understand that those black squiggly things are important because they are telling the story 9

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  • Displaying items by tag: love
    Virginia Miller Young Bartholomew is having a grumpy day Nothing feels right for him But George is on hand to make him feel better and this time no big voice is required just a cuddle and a little tenderness I love you through and through by Bernadette Rossetti Shustak and Caroline Church A board book about why we love the people we love mostly just because they are them It is suitable to be read to very young children assuring them that they are always loved no matter what they may do Love Monster by Rachel Bright Featuring the only Monster in Cutesville this is a wonderful warm and witty look at how sometimes when you least expect it love finds you Create your own i love book Upload 10 photos of things or people they love in to a simple love2read book template To see a virtual demo book follow these links I love We love Published in Reading Blog Read more Thursday 13 February 2014 14 54 Photo ideas for Valentine s day Some great ideas for Valentine s day photos enjoy Published in Reading Blog Read more Thursday 13 February 2014 11 46 Valentine s day card ideas for little ones A lovely poem Get some red paint and help your child do 2 hand prints you can add a footprint too Fold a piece of card in half get your child to place their hand on the crease and draw round their hand Cut out their hand and open the piece of paper and reveal the heart shape All you need is a toilet roll and some red paint Let your child dip their index finger in some red paint it s easy to make a heart shape with 2 prints We wrote the words I

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