Create a season wheel on the back of your Read-Aloud Poster to illustrate the changing seasons in a pair of books. It's easy and fun!
We usually prefer a traditional read-aloud over an audiobook for our Read-Aloud Posters, but there are some times when parents need to take advantage of the convenience of an audiobook. We've rounded up our best tips for making the most of an audiobook with your Read-Aloud Poster. Have fun!
Once you've ordered your Read-Aloud Poster for Charlotte's Web, make sure to download our TERRIFIC Library List and check out our tips on how to incorporate read-along books before, during and after you read Charlotte's Web!
So you've done your research and brought home some library books that you just KNOW your kids will love....and then they won't even LOOK at them! (sad trombone) It's actually really common, but here are some ways I get my kids to at least give some of those books a try. Maybe they'll work for you, too!
An accordion book is easy and fun to make. Follow our simple instructions to make a teeny-tiny accordion book of your own, and then have fun deciding what to fill it with!