Reviewed by Savannah Aldridge for Readers’ Favorite Dad Is My Best Friend by Kerice K. Robinson and illustrated by Kavion Robinson tells the story of the beautiful relationship between a father and daughter. Our narrator Andrea is a young girl who proudly proclaims that her dad is her best friend. She then takes us on … Continue reading Readers’ Favorite 5 Star Review for Dad Is My Best Friend
Learning the alphabet is the essential first step to reading. We know that ABCs and 123s are the building blocks to becoming literate. However, it can be challenging when you're trying to teach your child the alphabet using books and digital screens. Your child needs hands-on activities that get them moving, thinking, and talking. A … Continue reading 10 Fun Hands-On Alphabet Activities to Help Your Child Learn Their ABCs
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: On Sale June 2022 | Dad Is My Best Friend | Written by Kerice Robinson | Illustrated by Kavion Robinson Unabashed Kids Media is pleased to announce the publication of "Dad is My Best Friend", written by Kerice Robinson and illustrated by Kavion Robinson. The reviews have been overwhelmingly positive for the … Continue reading Kerice Robinson’s Debut Picture Book “Dad Is My Best Friend” releases just in time for Father’s Day
Reading books, arts & crafts, writing stories, and making themed treats are great classroom activities for Groundhog's Day. For Groundhog's Day make some "Dirt Pie". Dirt Pie is a chocolate pudding with oreo cookies. Add some gummy worms to add to the groundhog digging theme and make the sweet treat even sweeter. letter-g-recognition-worksheetDownload Groundhog Day … Continue reading Groundhog’s Day Classroom Activities!
Children should read everyday. It doesn't matter if it is the same book over and over again or a different book everyday. Unabashed Kids has created a list of 31 picture books to read in the month of October. The books on this list can be read by children of all ages but may do … Continue reading 31 October Picture Books: A List of Books to Read for Children Ages 3 to 8
The classic bug theme in primary school or preschool. I can recall when my second grade class kept caterpillars in our classroom and released them on the playground when they turned to butterflies. There are so many ways to teach children about bugs and insects, but a great book should always be the start. Below … Continue reading 10 Bug and Insect Books for Little Kids
Sight words are a collection of commonly used words that a child can learn to recognize by sight without decoding.
A color and food recognition book for toddlers. "Red, Blue, and Green! What colors are on my plate?" is a food-themed book for young readers. Children look through over 20 brightly colored "real images" of foods and name the color of each food. Fruits, vegetables, carbs, meats, and cheeses make up a beautiful rainbow-colored plate. … Continue reading FREE Children’s e-book “Red, Blue, and Green! What Colors Are On My Plate?”
Rules to making long vowel sounds and other phonics decoding skills.
How to Teach Rhyming Words, Word Families and CVC Words The word phonogram comes from Greek and is translated as the “written symbol for a sound.” Phonograms are the building block to almost all English words, the vast majority of words follow the regular phonogram sounds. You can introduce children to the majority of words … Continue reading 4th Step to Reading: CVC Words and Word Families