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  • I'd like to create a book for...
    Own Title I d like to create a book for Our Nanny As requested here s a book to make for Nanny This is Add photos of almost anything This is a great book to use to remember a special occasion When it snowed It only happens occasionally Capture the memories and keep them forever Where I live Add photos of your home and places you visit in your local

    Original URL path: http://www.love2read.co.uk/index.php?option=com_virtuemart&category_id=1&page=shop.browse&Itemid=18 (2016-02-14)
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  • Looking for a free message from Santa?
    sent a pretty little card and a Santa s workshop scene to colour in To find out more follow the link below http www royalmail com letters to santa Free letter for blind children Blind or partially sighted children can write to Santa and get a free reply in Braille audio or large print Father Christmas s chums at the Royal National Institute for the Blind help him translate letters so kids can read his replies themselves and not rely on sighted people to read them out Write to or email Santa before 1st December To find out more follow the link below http www rnib org uk information everyday living family friends and carers resources parents blind or partially sighted letter santa NSPCC letter suggested 5 donation The NSPCC offers a personalised letter from Santa for a suggested donation of 5 Create your letter online at NSPCC before 20th December To find out more follow the link below https www nspcc org uk what you can do make a donation letter from santa t id 1B2M2Y8AsgTpgAmY7PhCfg 3d 3d t q christmas letter t tags language 3aen 2csiteid 3a7f1b9313 bf5e 4415 abf6 aaf87298c667 t ip 91 84 223 175 t

    Original URL path: http://www.love2read.co.uk/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=82:looking-for-a-free-message-from-santa?&Itemid=55 (2016-02-14)
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  • Real threat to storytelling from screens and busy lives
    to storytelling from screens and busy lives T he childhood tradition of a bedtime story is in serious peril as experts warn that parents are not making the time to read to their children at the end of the working day and stop reading to them at too young an age Parents lead very very busy lives said Diana Gerald chief executive of the Book Trust which encourages children and families to enjoy books and develop their reading skills We live in a world where parents are juggling work and home life Lots of parents are working shifts and there s a lot of pressure on families People are increasing their hours A recent survey by YouGov for the children s publisher Scholastic revealed that many parents stop reading to their children when they become independent readers even if the child isn t ready to lose their bedtime story The study found that 83 of children enjoyed being read aloud to with 68 describing it as a special time with their parents It felt so warm so spirit rising as one 11 year old boy put it One in five of the parents surveyed stopped reading aloud to their children before the age of nine and almost a third of children aged six to 11 whose parents had stopped reading aloud to them wanted them to carry on In February a study by TomTom of 1 000 parents of children aged one to 10 found that 34 never read a bedtime story to their children with 29 blaming late working and 26 the daily commute It also revealed that children felt the bedtime story was a really special time with their parents and they felt really positive about it Few things can compete with the joy of getting stuck into

    Original URL path: http://www.love2read.co.uk/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=81:real-threat-to-storytelling-from-screens-and-busy-lives&Itemid=55 (2016-02-14)
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  • Are tablet computers harming our children's ability to read?
    to read Print Email The last few years have seen the biggest change in how young people spend their time since the invention of the television but is it a good thing A really interesting article by Stuart Dredge in the Guardian here s a link Read 683 times Tweet Tagged under bedtime story children literacy reading books tablet computers More in this category Daughter with Down s syndrome inspired

    Original URL path: http://www.love2read.co.uk/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=79:the-last-few-years-have-seen-the-biggest-change-in-how-young-people-spend-their-time-since-the-invention-of-the-television-%E2%80%93-but-is-it-a-good-thing?&Itemid=55 (2016-02-14)
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  • Make Pa the star - give the gift of reading this Father's Day!
    likes cars or My dad loves me love2read s website is full of templates all you have to do is pick the one that you want upload your ten digital photos and then add some simple text There is a wide selection of templates to choose from including My dad My daddy Our dad and My grandad Reading especially at bedtime is a great way for busy parents to spend precious time with their children in a way that s relaxed and fun It also improves children s literacy skills and as Dad often ends up reading the bedtime story isn t it time he became the star of the show There is also a range of books about Grandad so Grandad can be the star of the bedtime story too Caroline Edwards founder of the love2read concept and an experienced teacher says We ve had amazing feedback from families who tell us their children love our books I m sure our range of books about Dad will not only encourage young children to read it s also the perfect keepsake for Father s Day Log on to www love2read co uk and order your own personalised book today Books

    Original URL path: http://www.love2read.co.uk/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=78:make-pa-the-star-give-the-gift-of-reading-this-fathers-day&Itemid=55 (2016-02-14)
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  • How to read a bedtime story - some tips for Dad
    in the book Anything that makes it a more stimulating story will make storytime more fun Have a regular read When your child s just learning to talk regularly read the same story This will help their language development and enhance their memory The first time a child hears a story they won t catch everything but hearing it over and over again helps them to become familiar with words and to establish speech patterns Don t test do tell Avoid turning storytime into an academic exercise by using it to test your child s reading skills Instead just ask open questions about the stories that help them build a link between the story and their everydaylife For example What would you do or Do you know any other black cats or This was due back at the library last August I hope they take credit card payments for fines Book a boys night in It s even more important for dads to actively encourage their sons to read Reading is often thought of by boys as a girly thing to do which may explain why lads do so badly in literacy tests but if young boys see their main role model enjoying reading it ll encourage them too In fact it doesn t always have to be the Mr Men stories Reeling off your favourite line or two from a newspaper story magazine comic or match day football programme will help them build an association between reading and fun Find the age level Spend some quality time with your children at the library Look for books aimed at their age level and stories you enjoyed as a child Let them choose books too even if they pick one that s too complex for them but they like the pictures

    Original URL path: http://www.love2read.co.uk/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=76:how-to-read-a-bedtime-story-some-tips-for-dad&Itemid=55 (2016-02-14)
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  • Get dads reading the bedtime story...
    research has shown that in most families it s mums who do the majority of reading with children But research shows that dads are just as important as mums in encouraging children to enjoy reading and children s literacy levels seem to improve substantially when their dads gets involved So if you are a dad and are reluctant to get involved in the bedtime story routine please read on Reading with your child is fun and a great way to spend time together Sharing books with your child helps open their eyes minds and hearts to different people and situations and stretches their horizons Reading together increases children s literacy skills children who enjoy reading do better at school in all subjects You are a great role model if you spend time reading with your child they will see that you value reading Best of all it helps to build a strong and loving relationship with your child If you still need convincing listen to best selling children s author James Patterson in the video below about why it s so important for dads to read with children Read 1057 times Tweet Tagged under books reading learning to read reading

    Original URL path: http://www.love2read.co.uk/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=75:get-dads-reading-the-bedtime-story&Itemid=55 (2016-02-14)
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  • Dads inside the pages - 10 picture books to celebrate Father's day
    out there full of fantasy fun and fancy dress Reading Age 5 Interest level 2 4 Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram The story of Little and Big Nutbrown Hares efforts to express their love for each other has become a publishing phenomenon First published nearly 15 years ago it s a true classic that children will ask for again and again Reading Age 7 Interest level 3 5 What Does Daddy Do by Rachel Bright Once Daisy s Daddy has dropped her off at Nursery in the mornings she has the chance to talk about important things to her three best friends Dexter Evie and Bob One day in the midst of some very impressive building of giant sandcastles the others begin to discuss what their daddies do which gets Daisy wondering about her own Daddy she concludes that her Daddy is in fact Superdaddy Reading Age 6 Interest level 4 6 My Dad Thinks He s Funny by Katrina Germein and illustrated by Tom Jellett What do you do when your Dad has a terrible sense of humour And he repeats the same jokes over and over again In desperation you write his jokes down in this book When Dad sees how silly he sounds surely he ll give up Reading Age 6 Interest level 3 7 Are the Dinosaurs Dead Dad by Julie Middleton and Russell Ayto Dave s dad reckons he knows everything there is to know about dinosaurs As they walk around the museum he points out facts about every exhibit but all Dave wants to know is are these dinosaurs dead Reading Age 5 Interest level 2 8 My Dad is Brilliant by Nick Butterworth This dad is quite simply brilliant He s as strong as

    Original URL path: http://www.love2read.co.uk/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=74:10-picture-books-about-dad&Itemid=55 (2016-02-14)
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