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  • Displaying items by tag: Valentine's day
    by 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

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  • Displaying items by tag: 5th November
    the throne of England she made some laws against the Roman Catholics Guy Fawkes was one of a small group of Catholics who felt that the government was treating Roman Catholics unfairly They hoped that King James 1 would change the laws but he didn t Catholics had to practise their religion in secret There were even fines for people who didn t attend the Protestant church on Sunday or on holy days James l passed more laws against the Catholics when he became king What happened the Gunpowder Plot A group of men led by Robert Catesby plotted to kill King James and blow up the Houses of Parliament the place where the laws that governed England were made The plot was simple the next time Parliament was opened by King James l they would blow up everyone there with gunpowder The men bought a house next door to the parliament building The house had a cellar which went under the parliament building They planned to put gunpowder under the house and blow up parliament and the king Guy Fawkes Discovered Guy Fawkes was given the job to keep watch over the barrels of gunpowder and to light the

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  • Displaying items by tag: bonfire
    the throne of England she made some laws against the Roman Catholics Guy Fawkes was one of a small group of Catholics who felt that the government was treating Roman Catholics unfairly They hoped that King James 1 would change the laws but he didn t Catholics had to practise their religion in secret There were even fines for people who didn t attend the Protestant church on Sunday or on holy days James l passed more laws against the Catholics when he became king What happened the Gunpowder Plot A group of men led by Robert Catesby plotted to kill King James and blow up the Houses of Parliament the place where the laws that governed England were made The plot was simple the next time Parliament was opened by King James l they would blow up everyone there with gunpowder The men bought a house next door to the parliament building The house had a cellar which went under the parliament building They planned to put gunpowder under the house and blow up parliament and the king Guy Fawkes Discovered Guy Fawkes was given the job to keep watch over the barrels of gunpowder and to light the

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  • Displaying items by tag: Chris Evans
    love of books when you child is very young they are much more likely to become life long readers and research has shown that they will do better at school So I was delighted to come across an article in the paper this weekend written by Radio 2 s Chris Evans who argues that sharing the magic of books is as enriching for parents as it is for children In the article Chris says I didn t read as a kid as I was never taught about the wonder of books Although I ve always thought he had a great way with words he obviously feels that he missed out and came too late to the words party Thankfully Chris s wife made him start reading to his eldest son Noah when he was very young and although he didn t really see the point he agreed because I d get a few days of the silent treatment if I didn t They soon got in to a routine and as the pile of books has grown Chris has seen Noah s love of books blossom along with his concentration vocabulary imagination and now he has started reading some of their favourite books back to his Dad Chris concludes the article with a plea Please parents read to your children Ideally at night just before they drift off into the glorious deep sleep of the innocent If nothing else you should do it because eventually they will read to you not only because they re told to or it s their reading book from school but because they want to And you will not believe how extraordinarily beautiful and life affirming that feels So thank you Chris for helping spread the word about the magic of reading Establishing a bedtime

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  • Displaying items by tag: fun
    by tag fun Subscribe to this RSS feed Friday 23 May 2014 12 14 5 Fun Facts About Reading Fact 1 Reading can make you a better conversationalist Fact 2 Neighbours will never complain that your book is too loud Fact 3 Knowledge by osmosis has never yet been perfected You d better read Fact 4 Books have stopped bullets reading might save your life Fact 5 Dinosaurs didn t

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  • Displaying items by tag: learning styles
    life What are the learning styles There are three specific recognised learning styles auditory hearing visual sight and kinaesthetic touch In most circumstances one style will hold a particular appeal while for others they might use a combination In order to help you pave the way for a positive rewarding experience around books and reading have a look at the profiles for each style of learning below We give you tips on how to spot which is your son or daughter s preferred learning style and how to use this knowledge to support your family reading sessions 1 Auditory Learners How can you tell With these children it s all about sound Once they have heard the information they remember it What can you do These children will flourish when taught to read phonetically Their thinking is organised and sequential which means they prefer linear patterns Consequently they may not be strong when it comes to completing exclusively visual tasks 2 Visual Learners How can you tell With these children it s all about pictures When presented with a new idea they need to see the idea in order to learn it In school this type of learner would normally prefer to sit at the front where they can read the teacher s body language What can you do Using flashcards for sight word recognition is an ideal way to support this type of learner 3 Kinesthetic Learners How can you tell With these learners it s all about touch They take a hands on approach to their tasks They naturally prefer the physical activity rather than listening to an explanation or watching a demonstration What can you do Kinesthetic learners work well when their hands are busy Consider using blocks or other easily manipulated objects When you are reading

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  • Displaying items by tag: talking
    speech 1 Sharing books with babies and young children is a fun way to share talk You and your child will enjoy the experience which means there is a strong chance it will become a regular activity 2 Talking and listening to young children develops their social and literacy skills and reading aloud is a good way of encouraging two way communication 3 Babies love the sound of their parents voices and reading aloud to them can be calming during times of distress or unease Coupled with the appearance of their favourite book and or character it can be a very soothing experience and help build the bond between you and your child 4 Books introduce children to the exciting world of stories and help them learn to express their own thoughts and emotions 5 Stories provide parents and carers with a structure to help them talk aloud to children and listen to their responses It helps overcome adult inhibitions and provides topics for discussion 6 Reading together gives babies and young children the chance to respond A gurgle in anticipation of a favourite story ending or a smile of enjoyment shows you that young children like to communicate and

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  • Displaying items by tag: dsylexia
    have dsylexia and you need to panic It is however a good thing to recognise early so that your child gets the help they need as early as possible Dyslexia is a hidden disability that affects reading writing and spelling It may also affect short term memory mathematical ability personal organisation and the ability to put things in order The condition is mainly inherited and caused by differences in the language areas of the brain With the right support children can be taught to cope with the condition they can learn to overcome this disability and stop it being a barrier to achievement If you think your child might have dyslexia you can look out for these signs Is bright in some ways but has a block in others Has difficulty reading is a slow reader misses letters words lines Has particular difficulty with spelling Has poor handwriting Has difficulty carrying out three instructions in sequence Has problems with reading comprehension Has difficulties with mathematics Puts figures or letters the wrong way round e g 15 for 51 6 for 9 was for saw Has difficulty understanding time and tense Confuses left and right Is there anyone else in the

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