Valentine’s Day is by far one of the happiest and beloved holidays for everyone in our home. As if the other 364 days of the year aren’t enough to show our love to one another – Valentine’s Day just makes it more fun! Valentine’s Day isn’t just for adults – it can be a fun family activity too. Sharing Valentine’s cards, candy and small gifts of love with the kids is a favorite for us.
Did you happen to catch my latest post on fostering the love of reading starting from day one with picture books? Picture books are a great way to introduce your child to a love of learning and exploring. I wanted to share these really great Scholastic activity sheets that are themed to the Scholastic picture books we received recently.
Can you recall at what age your love of reading developed? The one thing my mama never had an issue providing me with money for were those book order forms we received monthly at school. Which is why I excitedly partnered with Scholastic for their The Story Starts Here picture books campaign for young readers.
When a child reads on their own, or someone reads to them, their minds are able to open up to exploration and imagination.
Many thanks to Random House Children’s Books for sponsoring today’s story-time giveaway and celebrating our love of reading! All opinions expressed are 100% my own.
Bedtime stories are a nightly routine in our house. After the dinner the girls enjoy a bubble bath together, scrubbing away the fun of the day. I warm up some milk for them and we get into our pajamas and pick out a book.
This post was sponsored by generationOn as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. All opinions and thoughts are 100% my own.
Even at a young age, the importance of volunteering was instilled in me by my mama. My first volunteer job was spent alongside my mama at a non-profit organization in our community. During my teenage years I served as a teen peer counselor, helping other teens like myself in my community.