You know reading is important, but you may not know just how far the benefits of reading extend. Beginning in infancy and extending through the teen years, reading to your child, encouraging your child to read on their own, and … Continue reading
Keep the Valentines love going all month long with these adorable, downloadable, lunchbox love notes! From sweet to silly, they’re a simple way to show you care and remind your children that you’re thinking of them even when you’re not … Continue reading
Piles of gifts under the tree or around the menorah are an integral part of many families’ holiday traditions, and watching your kids unwrap the “best toy ever” is truly priceless. But too much of a good thing can be … Continue reading
“Students read for tests and because their parents ask them to, but I think it’s very important to tell children that you can read for fun, too, and to understand human spirit. It builds empathy.” – Adora Svitak, 16, author … Continue reading
Clarissa of Munchkins and Moms took her son, Cannon’s love for letters into snack time by using our Lowercase Alphabet Stamps to make Letterpress Toast. Find out how she did it, HERE.