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Reading is the most important skill for people to learn in any different fields of life, either for the academic and non-academic. Other skills are relatively important as well, but reading is the gate of knowledge.
- Reading can broaden our perspective and knowledge
- Reading can entertain us
- We can learn writing by reading. If you want to learn how to write, then reading is the best way to start.
- Reading can calm our mind and soul.
- A lot of reading will train us to imagine the words lively.
- Reading is one way to increase the vocabulary.
- We can get more inspiration through reading.
Here are some reading posts I write in this blog:
Today, I am very happy to share with you some wonderful tips and ideas about Fall Readings from some blog posts in Family Fun Friday link up party I love.
If you are new to Family Fun Friday, let me explain. Each week my friends, Monica, Herschel and I throw this link party. We invite other bloggers to our blogs to share their best family friendly posts. These are some wonderful articles from around the web in the following categories: Encouraging Posts for Moms, Recipes, Family Fun, Craft and Homeschooling. We then pick our favorites and feature them during the next week’s link party. Take a look around and visit some of our awesome blogging friends. If you are looking for the best tips, links, resources, freebies and more – you’ve come to the right place! Family Fun Friday is all about connecting as a family. We feature great ideas for family fun, and things to help moms get things done so they have more time to spend doing what they love to do – be with family! Welcome to our community!
From last week, I would like to feature these posts:
- Celebrating Roald Dahl Day at Jump into a Book.
I love all books by Roald Dahl. I am not an English native speaker, so I just know Roald Dahl when I was 20s. It was too late, I think as children in the elementary ages should have known his stories. Even they are fans of Roald Dahl as well. Therefore, I introduce the books to my children when they are in the elementary ages. Thank you for such great post. I will check out the apps as well.
- Story Time: Our Apple Tree at Lit Mama Homeschool.
It is amazing to integrate reading with other activities with children. Apel is a wonderful topic during the fall.
- 4 Great Reasons Not to Worry About Late Readers at There is no Place Like Home.
I think it is not only about reading only, but there are several other academic fields that are late for children to master. However, it is wiser when parents still encourage children to read since they are very young.
- Children’s Board Books about Apples and Pumpkins The Jenny Evolution.
It is great to read books about pumpkins and apples during the fall season. We read some of the books in the list.
- A Book Series You Don’t Want to Miss at Pink Heels Pink Truck
This is a series that I need to check out. The stories are interesting. It is not only my children that have to read. I have to read while they are reading as well.
Meet Family Fun Friday Hostesses
Monica created Family Fun Friday and blogs at HappyandBlessedHome.comwhere she shares, easy recipes, free preschool tools and printables, encouraging words for moms, and ideas for having fun together as a family. Follow: Blog / Facebook /Pinterest / Twitter /Google + /Bloglovin’/Instagram. Monica will round-up all the Family Fun Friday posts.
Adelien Tan is a mother of three awesome boys and a wife of a great husband. English is her foreign language, but She tries to use it in blogging. You might visit her in Blessed Learners where she shares some thought, experience, and information about homeschooling, family, parenting, blogging, and personal growth.
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To PIN a specific blogger’s post please click through and pin directly from their site. If you’re a mom keep reading because we have some wonderful fun ideas to inspire you with your little ones and family. My blogging friends are linking up craft ideas, fun in the kitchen, preschool & homeschool ideas, and ways to spend time as a family.
My blog is growing but I need your help, please like my facebook page or PIN a button and help spread the word about Blessedlearners.com. Thanks so much. If you enjoy the features on Family Fun Friday please leave me a comment, I would love to hear from you! If you see things that you like here – please PIN them on Pinterest! If you PIN these lists it will help this blogging party grow.
Thanks to all my blogging friends for linking up last week at Family Fun Friday. So many great ideas, crafts and things to do! If you link up, you permit me to use your pictures/ideas as part of future posts and/or social media. Now on to some fabulous posts for moms. Thanks again for all your wonderful ideas! I hope these Family Friendly and Fun ideas inspire you.
Make sure you visit Happy and Blessed Home to see all of our features this week and to welcome our new co-hosts!
P.S. Bloggers – If you’ve been featured and would like to add a button to show off how awesome you are, just grab the code in the text box below. You’ll want to retype the quotes too if you’re having trouble getting it to show on your page. 😉
LINK your Family Friendly & Fun Ideas:
Here is the link list, please add yours below. Thanks for linking up! Linkers will be added to the e-mail reminder I send for this party. Thank you. If you are having trouble linking, please leave your link in the comments section and I will manually add it. Thanks!