Saturday, December 5, 2015

On the Fifth Day of Christmas

On the Fifth Day of Christmas my parents gave to me: This is NOT a Math Book
 This book combines math and art making both a lot of fun. Designed for kids 9 and up, to enjoy math and take a break from the repetitive drill work. This gives them a chance to enjoy math in a fun new way. (Don't tell the kids but even adults have enjoyed this book. Shhhhh) 

The Complete Book of Farmyard Tales

Farmyard tales are great duel level readers. You can read just the top or read all the words and the story still makes sense. This wonderful collection has a CD of the stories which mom's love to pop in the van or car.

 Muddle and Match


These delightful books will keep kids laughing and having fun while teaching them descriptive words and action words, making super silly sentences. Let your kids muddle up the pages and laugh at the results. 

100 Paper Planes to Fold and Fly

This wonderful book comes with paper and directions to make some really awesome paper planes. This is the #1 book purchased for birthday and Christmas gifts. The hubby has so much fun making planes with the girls. 

There are a few choices for these awesome books: 100 Paper Planes to Fold and Fly, 100 More Paper Planes to Fold and Fly, 200 Paper Planes to Fold and Fly which is a combined volume of the first two, 100 Paper Dragons to Fold and Fly, and 100 Spaceships to Fold and Fly. 

 Secrets of Winter

This super fun book is a Shine-a-Light Book. Each page has something hiding and when you shine a flashlight behind that page, you'll see what's hiding. We love these books and I know your kids will too.  There are five others to chose from: On the Construction site, Secrets of the Seashore, Secrets of the Apple Tree, On the Train, Secrets of the Rain Forest.

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