May 3, 2019

Our next installment of What We’re Reading takes you to our bookshelf where we share three books that are currently sparking our interest. Come read these with us!

Baby Loves Quantum Physics! By Ruth Spiro and Irene Chan

While not technically a global literacy themed book, we love it none the less. I mean, to introduce a concept as complex as quantum physics to a two-year-old is no easy feat. Yet, this book brings the classic Sc...

March 1, 2019

As part of our mission to bring you the best global literacy resources as possible, we traveled to Iceland last year to capture field notes on the magic of mother nature. She did not disappoint. The breathtaking landscapes with rushing waterfalls and jagged ice carved from glaciers was stunning.

Exploring the beauty of Iceland. Stay tuned for new resources soon! 

But it wasn’t the highlight. The highlight was something much...

February 2, 2019

On most days, books take over our house. My two-year old daughter has more books than I can count and we love reading together. Here’s what’s on our current reading radar. What are you reading?

This Little Trailblazer by Joan Holub and Daniel Roode

We LOVE this book. It is seriously one of our go-to favorites. My daughter is drawn to the illustrations and I am drawn to the lyrical verses of strong female role models who have mad...

January 10, 2019

As 2019 takes off with a bang, we are always reminded of how grateful we are to be here serving you. Bringing meaningful literacy to children is our passion and we are so thankful for the amazing opportunities last year brought to connect, explore, and engage with our readers. Here is a quick look back on all of the things we are grateful for in 2018.

Book Readings

We were thrilled to meet so many young readers this year. Below...

December 1, 2018

December is here and that means the holidays are just around the corner! With time off from school and much holiday fun, we have ideas to indulge you and your kiddos in crafty, educational, and engaging activities to keep your children busy and in the holiday spirit.  

Baking Cookies

Everyone has their scrumptious cookie recipes that are often pulled out specially for the holiday season. This is a great activity to get kids...

November 1, 2018

Parades, a twenty-some pound bird with all the fixings, football and spending time with loved ones are just some of the traditions associated with American Thanksgiving. Have you ever wondered how other families and cultures celebrate Thanksgiving?  This is a question I recently started to consider, is Thanksgiving celebrated in other cultures, and if so how?

While it looks different all over the world, many countries have...

October 1, 2018

Autumn is here and it always seems to come and go so quickly, leaving little time to enjoy the cool and crisp weather, all of the beautiful changing colors and fun Fall classroom activities. We have a variety of engaging, educational activities we want to share that fit into the various areas that preschoolers should be developing in—these include the aesthetic, affective, cognitive, language, physical, and social domains. Bel...

August 18, 2018

The new school year is fast approaching, if not already in full swing for some students. It can be tricky getting back in the groove of school after having been on summer vacation for so long. Making smooth transitions both at home and in the classroom can lessen the stress of all the new routines and schedules happening, which we all need during this crazy time of year.  Here are some tips for making the start of this school...

July 1, 2018

With the sunshine and warm weather in our favor we wanted to share some fun, engaging, and educational activities that we think both you and your children will love.  The activities incorporate a variety of subject-area skills while also linking literacy throughout each; your kids will stay entertained while keeping their brains busy all summer long.

Making Bubbles

Creating bubbles is a task that requires simple materials and li...

June 1, 2018

As an individual who spends much time with children inside and outside of the classroom, I find myself constantly researching and experimenting with new activities to engage kids. It can get tricky coming up with academic experiences that are both meaningful and exciting for children to do at home. For parents and guardians, here are ideas to try at home that we really love and hope your children will too!

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