A local Long Island Mom has created a business out of her home that is an educational subscription box geared towards kids ages 2 to 4 and we highly recommend it. Her business is called Tiny Book Worms.
Each month there is a different themed box of educational activities that correlates with the book of that month. Continue reading →
We have a great list of things to do that do not cost much money at all and some are even FREE!, yes FREE! Whether you like to listen to an outdoor concert, go to the movies, bowl with family and friends, roller skate or get crafty we have something that may interest you this summer in the list below.
I was chatting with my Momee Friend, Dawn after we picked our girls up from nursery school and she reminded me that today is, World Read Aloud Day!
World Read Aloud Day is a celebration. It is about reading just for the fun of it!
Reading is one of our favorite family activities. At night before the girls go to bed my husband and I make sure we all spend the last 30 minutes of the day reading together all snug in our comfy pajamas and relaxing TOGETHER reading some of our favorite books. I highly recommend trying to implement this time into your daily routine.
Showcase Cinemas has a great incentive for kids to read throughout the summer.
Every Wednesday from July 5th to July 26th, Farmingdale Multiplex Cinemas and Island 16 Cinema De Lux presents Bookworm Wednesdays, a rewarding program designed to encourage summer reading. Kids who bring a book report (downloadable on Showcase’s website and available at a participating box office) to a select family film each Wednesday in July will receive free admission! Adults and children under the age of six who accompany a qualifying participant will also receive free admission. Children who wish to participate but are not yet reading on their own are encouraged to draw a picture about a story an adult has recently read to them.