Finger puppets are a great way to improve your child’s communication skills and creativity. They allow your child to freely express their imagination and can even improve their social skills when playing with others. And to make finger puppets more educational, you can help your child make their own finger puppets out of paper. By creating your own finger puppets, children can draw their own characters that help express their feelings. And even create their own scripts for different scenarios which not only improves their creativity, but also improves their writing skills. This step by step tutorial will teach you how to make paper finger puppets the fun and easy way!
The day of love is coming up. The perfect day to show your appreciation to anyone or everyone you love. But hold on a second, don’t most children hate “lovey dovey” valentine day cards? In fact, the last thing your child wants to do is create a Valentine’s Day card for school, even if they do secretly like a classmate. What to do? How can we make that moment when your child has to give a Valentine’s Day card to a classmate less embarrassing? Don’t worry! Thanks to a quick browse around the internet we found 24 super cool Valentine’s Day cards for school, that actually say “I love you” without really saying it!
Do you know the secret to becoming a good writer? Is it the amount of books you read or the experiences you lived through? Maybe some are just born to be great writers? The truth is, anyone can be a good writer – All you need is motivation and passion for writing! If you are motivated to write every day and find inspiration everywhere you go, then there’s no doubt that you’ll be a great writer one day. To help you on this journey, here are 20 inspirational quotes about writing for writers by famous children’s book authors! When you face a slump, take a look at these quotes about writing to motivate you to write.
Tis the season to get creative and write some festive Christmas poems. Christmas poetry is the perfect Christmas gift to a friend or family member. And if you don’t know what to write in a Christmas card, write a Christmas poem! Everyone loves a good poem, right? To inspire your children to write their own poems, we have collected some of the best Christmas poems from around the world. And because this is the season of giving we thought we would reveal a random Christmas poem everyday with our super festive advent calendar.
On my almost daily search for new children’s book authors, I discovered a beautiful and magical tale, Coralie: The Cotton Candy Angel by Julie Hanson. Now there’s nothing more majestic than angels and fluffy cotton candy – So I just had to take a peek at this book. Before we get onto the book review, let us introduce you to the author and illustrator of this magical story, Julie Hanson.