Farm animals puzzle coloring book. What a great way to keep your mind sharp and learn while calming and relaxing you with color pages.
Is reading important? I am sure you can already guess the answer to the question, “Is learning to read an important skill?” I love to read and I feel it is very important to teach a child to read.
What are some of the benefits of reading to your child? When our babies are born we as parents are so excited to watch them grow. We look forward to each new skill they learn. We wait for that first smile, when they roll over, the first sound or word, that first step. Each one…
“My wish will come true!” Buffy thought to herself. Buffy a cute fluffy white chicken is sure to capture your heart as she works to make her wish come true.
Grandma Cookie a goat in the Christmas Gift tells a story to all of her grandkids of why we celebrate Christmas. Christmas is a special time of year for us to enjoy our friends and family. A time of year to celebrate the birth of our Savior.
“Slippers for Hannah” is a sweet story to teach friendship, love, and how to work together while solving a problem.
I LOVE CHRISTMAS!! I love the excitement in the air and since we generally have snow, the crunch under my feet. I totally enjoy the Christmas music, which I start to play right after Thanksgiving. (because after all Thanksgiving is an important holiday also).
Tips for choosing a children’s book. When my kids were young and I chose a book for them there were many things I looked at. I liked books that told a story of value.
How do you teach friendship and love to a child? Have you ever noticed children pay attention to everything you do and say, even if you think they are not listening? So I guess one of the answers would have to be, by example. The book “Slippers for Hannah” is a great example of friendship…
Wishes come true! Everyone makes wishes in one form or another. We all set goals and dream of things we would like to happen in our lives, to make them better or maybe a little easier. It is important to teach our children as