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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Free Books Anyone????

I have been blessed with the opportunity to promote my companies and the love of teaching and learning via a children's party bazaar located in Florida. These types of events are awesome and all the result of being a part of such an awesome group, The Mom Pack!

I haven't quite decided what my promotion will be for this event. Possibly a FREE online tutoring package and a gift package of books.

But, I am so excited and would like to celebrate NOW. The event is scheduled for June 15th. Just in time for Father's Day. I have decided that for my blog giveaway, I will present the winner with a gift package of Father and Child related books. Barefoot Books are filled with awesome learning lessons for the parent and child. This package will be great for any Father's Day or gift for a child. I am only happy to gift this.

Your gift set will be similar to the one above. How do you get these quality books? Post a comment about you, your husband/father and their support for learning. In addition to comments, post a pic of a father reading with his child if you have one. the last requirement for your entry is to follow my blog.

Let's celebrate dads this month. All entries will be randomized and a winner will be chosen on June 15th.

Share a Book with Dad on Sunday, June 20th

Twist your way into this story that introduces both yoga and professions. The nine yoga poses show how the practice of yoga relates to everyday life, and encourages readers to stretch both their bodies and their minds. There are tips about practice and preparation, yoga life, and having the right attitude. Appropriate for all ages.

Venture to the grocery store with this father-daughter duo on a very lively shopping trip. As their cart swings down the aisles, the pair create minor calamity left and right. The rhyming, bouncy text teaches an important lesson about accidents and responsibility, all with a healthy dose of humor. Appropriate for ages 3-7

Share the joy of learning and reading with your child....reading together goes beyond the reaches a child for an Eternity...

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Get Set for Summer With This Title...

It's just days before the close of school. As I have mentioned in a previous post----summer is a perfect time to catch up on reading. Whatever the weather, if you will not be partaking in summer tutoring, Barefoot Books have all kinds of activities to share with your energy-charged kiddos. Don't forget Father's Day! Check out this great book......

NEW!!! Bear Fun at Work Activities.......

Your child will enjoy hours of fun with this interactive book filled with activities based on our favorite Bear! This book features games, puzzles, coloring and more that encourage children to learn about different professions as they head off to work with Bear. Also includes reusable stickers to use in different scenes throughout the book. Appropriate for ages 4-8.

Visit my site to order this book for your child!!!!

Friday, May 7, 2010

Summer Time Fun

I know....usually we think of summer time as a great opportunity to relax from school and work and just have fun. Whether is family vacations to the beach or Disney, or sitting at home along side a pool....we just want to relax. However, at EOT, we think that the best use of summer's time is to catch up on some great reading. There are many reasons I could give that will emphasize the importance of summer reading. Below are ten ways you can use to encourage your child to read this summer....I really could give you more, but these are absolutely some of the best! If you have proven ideas that worked with your son or daughter, please leave a comment. I would love to hear from you!

1. Use Hollywood to attract your child to reading....

Hollywood? Yes! There are many movies that have been based on the best books out there. Use these titles to get your child interested in learning more details as they read.

2. Visit your local library or join a book club....

Many libraries offer sign-ups for local reading programs. Most have a reading list that when your child reads all the titles, she wins a prize. Even joining book clubs have been exciting for young children, or better yet, create your own reading game with charts and stickers to promote the love of reading in your child throughout the summer.

3. Involve your child in your summer plans....

Your child can help you read up on vacation destinations utilizing brochures, websites, flyers, etc. Yet another way to encourage reading and make it FUN

4. Start a collection....

A collection of what you say? Anything that interests your child. Have him visit websites, view videos, or look at library books. Collect memories of these things as your child studies them. For my son, he would really enjoy collection information on dinosaurs and trains....yes, he is a typical boy!

5. Comic books.....

I personally have always thought comic books were hard to read and not that very interesting, but then again, I am just a single person with a different opinion. Children love comics....especially because of the vibrant and exciting pictures that accompany the text. A visual and artistic learner will find these types of books awesome. And your reader will learn quickly to make connections between the picture sequences and text. It would be very smart to pick one of these up today.

6. Cook books and food labels..... favorite. This will really work for my sons because I collect cookbooks. I just enjoy reading them...not really cooking from! However, this is a great way to get your child interested in reading. Have him help you read a recipe and make it as, so exciting. And when visiting the grocery store, have him read the labels for you. Its a great way for your child to learn what he is eating as well as get excited about the preparation of food.

7. Read instruction pamphlets.....

Children will really enjoy reading things that instruct them to build or make projects. This is a great practical type of reading that will give your child a sense of accomplishment.

8. Read the newspaper.

Reading the newspaper, especially aloud, will encourage your child to do the same. Reading the newspaper is a great way to promote your child's interest in what is going on in the world. Even have your child read the paper aloud to a sibling or friend to make reading more exciting.

9. Get a magazine subscription.

I have my boys a subscription to Highlights magazine for children. My son loves for me to read the articles to him.....I especially like the hidden find articles, however, he does not. LOL! Kids can identify with the voice and subject matter of these magazines and these articles WILL hold their attention.

10. Be a role model for reading.

Lastly, let your child see you read. If you feel the importance of reading, like you must if you are reading this post, then let your child see you do it. They will not see the value of reading if you are not doing it as well. Read anywhere----the store, doctor's office, airport, etc.-----if they see you enjoying reading, they will as well!

Good Luck in your summer reading!!!

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