New month, more books! This trip the kids did a lot of picking on their own, and so we had a very surprising variety of books–as you would expect with a 2 and 3 year old pick out books whose titles they cannot read. Luckily, we had just enough space in our bag for mama to pick out a couple books too just to balance it out and stretch us a little bit. My son is turning into quite the reader (or rather, listener), and is liking more and more books. He is getting to the point where he likes most of the books we get! Here were his top favorites this time: Like I said, we had a pretty eclectic bunch! My daughter appreciated some of these, but her attention span is pretty short these days. Oh, to be two! My son also liked this book, because I could “read” it on his own: It’s a wordless book, and
It’s officially August, and my son turns 4 at the end of the month. (Cue heart swelling, and tears!) Like
We only managed to get to the library once this month, and with August fast approaching I thought I’d round
My testimony, by God’s grace.
Ok friends, this is exciting!Education.com is doing a contest for students Kindergarten through 5th grade (in the coming school year), where they can win $500 towards their future education, PLUS $1000 for their elementary school or library. How awesome is that!? Disclaimer: The pictures below are from the Education.com website and correspond to the links provided. They are not mine. Click here to go to the contest page for ALL the details: https://www.education.com/contests/ Here are the basics of the contest rules Students will need to do the following by October 31, 2019 to apply: Obtain a completed consent form signed by the applicant’s parent or legal guardian. Respond to the following prompt in the appropriate format (listed below): Describe a time when you were having so much fun, you didn’t realize you were learning something new! Kindergarten students: Create a piece of art (e.g. draw or paint a picture) and write about what is happening, or ask an adult to write