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50% OFF ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK – ONLY ON WEBSITE 21st February 2019 – Posted in: Inspirations

Great news for children (and their parents!). For a limited time, we are having a huge sale. Everything on our website is now at 50% off! Not 15%, Not 30% but 50% on each and every item. Whether its a board game, feel it book, chapter book and a children’s puzzle. Our already low prices have become even lower so that anyone and everyone can enjoy the great reading experience. Visit our shop now *This…

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Every Child Deserves To Love Reading 16th September 2018 – Posted in: Inspirations

A friend told me about her son’s aversion to reading and that he can not stand the sight of books. She seemed very sad when relating how he became like that. “It was the competitive environment of our school systems that pressured me into forcing my child to read for grades.” She blamed herself for being so short-sighted and came to me seeking advice on how to reverse the damage. Reading was a chore, an…

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Pre-Reading Skills: How To Prepare Your Kid To Learn To Read 18th April 2018 – Posted in: Inspirations

Though all kids develop at their own pace, there are reading readiness abilities that kids generally and predictably develop based on their age. These pre-reading abilities helps parents and educators know what to look for as a child’s development is followed, and it can alert parents and caregivers to any reading abilities which may want extra attention. I love reading. I truly do. Just like most kids have a small comfort, like a blanket, that…

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Help! My kid does not like reading. How do I change that? 22nd January 2018 – Posted in: Inspirations

What can you do in case your youngster simply does not like sitting down with a book? Award-winning parenting writer Nicola Morgan explains the best way to coax the most reluctant reader into becoming a bookworm. There may be all kinds of reasons why your kid isn’t a reader and all kinds of ways you may help to transform a reluctant reader into a bookworm. However, not all kids get pleasure from books – be a…

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Fill a Wait Time with Reading! 25th October 2017 – Posted in: Inspirations

Encourage your little one to learn by playing these enjoyable games next time you’re in a line or waiting room! Finding things to pass even a brief wait can be challenging with little ones. You will find yourself attempting to keep youngsters engaged in all types of situations, from waiting for the physician to standing in a long line at the Imtiaz store. Listed below are some enjoyable, simple activities that benefit from your surroundings and can…

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Re-reading Leads to Pre-reading Skills; So Read, Read & Read Again 10th October 2017 – Posted in: Inspirations

Have your kids ever requested you to read the same book again and again?  (You would possibly even go slightly green.) Although the thought of reading the same book for the umpteenth time might not be your idea of enjoyment, repetitive reading is so beneficial to your youngsters.  It’s actually a step in the right direction towards pre-reading abilities. When your little one immediately asks you to read the book you just completed again, do it…

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My Favourite Part of the Day: Bedtime Routine for a Busy Mother 1st October 2017 – Posted in: Inspirations

Like every parent I know about, I’m busy. I’m a mother of a 5-year-old energetic young boy, I’ve got a demanding job, and I’ve a large family that  needs caring for. I’ve a home that needs cleaning, laundry that needs to be washed, dinner that needs to be cooked, and a garden that’s probably trying to kill me. Not to point out, I’ve Whatsapp messages that follow me everywhere I go, forms to fill out that, I believe, had been due last…

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