Yes, listen to audiobooks…
if you don’t already, audiobooks are a great way to bask in some wisdom or inspiration. You can learn about something that’s just for you. You don’t have to be peacefully seated, uninterrupted, or struggling to stay awake as you read in bed!
Perhaps you just need an escape from reality a bit? A good mystery or sweet love story (any other Notebook fans with me?) can be just what you need to take your mind off of endless anxiety loops.
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Looking for social skills books to read with your kids?
Social skills books that highlight healthy friendships and positive social skills traits are a great (and super easy) way to work on social skills development with your kids. Whether you homeschool or not, whether or not they have special needs, all kids should be intentionally taught pro-social behaviors and social skills!
If you need social skills worksheets and activities to add, stop by the store. Otherwise, just read on for 29 great social skills books for children young and old!
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Making reading fun using cute Valentine’s books kids will like!
When using a theme like Valentine’s books kids are more likely to be engaged in what they’re reading! My boys love reading something that connects with them where they are in real life, so seasonal books are always a hit. I rounded up several from Amazon that you may want to check out, and some from Epic! as well.
We always give small gifts to each other, and I personally prefer to gift books or something practical over candy or toys. If you have the same tradition, some of these may be great ideas. Otherwise, if you’re just looking for something to go with school or unit studies, many of these may be available at your local library, so make a list and be sure to double check. Many libraries these days even have books available for free, digitally, on Kindle!
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