Category Archives: The Reading List

Some of the most fundamental learning our kids do early on has to do with learning letters and numbers, building the foundation for reading, spelling and math. And like most early learning, the best way to teach kids these early skills is through play, incorporating learning into everyday activities that …

There’s a well-known quote attributed to Picasso that says all children are born artists, the trouble is keeping them that way when the grow up. These days, it’s also apparently a problem to keep them as artists as they are growing up. Because I’ve been thinking about creativity for moms, …

I’m a part of the Northwest Arkansas Bloggers (join us if you’re local!) and this month is the first month we are taking part in #NWArkCares, an initiative to have bloggers give a voice to important causes. This month it’s literacy, which you probably know is a great one for …

I have made it clear that we read a lot over here, and we read a lot of different things. But sometimes there’s fun to be had in not reading at all. Some of our favorite books don’t have any words, but they’re not necessarily just for little kids. Telling …