Welcome to Build Your Library’s Homeschool Tidbits: Episode 18 – Thought-Provoking Read Alouds. In this weekly video series, I will delve briefly into a topic related to homeschooling and will share some of my knowledge and expertise as a long-time homeschooling mother of 4 children. Three of whom have graduated high school, and one … Continue reading "Homeschool Tidbits: Thought Provoking Read Alouds"
While the benefits of reading aloud to your children can not be denied, your children reading aloud to you is extremely important too. I have discussed the importance of reading aloud at great lengths, covering many different topics from why you should read aloud, to how to make it happen during your daily routine, how … Continue reading "No, You Read to Me"
We use several reoccurring phases at Build Your Library. If you have purchased one of our Family Reading crates, you will find them printed on the sides of the box. “Read everyday.” “I love books.” Our catch phrase “Building young minds, One book at a time.” Even our name “Build Your Library” implies a two-fold … Continue reading "Read everyday. I love books."
When my teens were very small, every morning we had Circle Time. It was our favorite part of the homeschool day. We would literally sit in a circle on the floor and I’d read them picture books, we’d sing songs, work on our letter of the day activities, practice memory work, and play games to practice … Continue reading "What’s in our Morning Basket?"
In case you just missed it, this past Thursday, February 16th was World Read Aloud Day. But I don’t believe we need a national day of recognition. Everyday can and should be a read aloud day! The picture to the right is in fact an actual picture perfect, but admittedly non-typical read aloud session at our … Continue reading "Read Aloud Sabotage"