There is no doubt that books like ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’, ‘Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?’ are beloved by millions of readers around the world. While you may think these books are entertaining and simply written to capture a child’s attention, there is much more going on under the surface.This is why I recommend teaching with Eric Carle books and other predictable pattern books like these as anchor texts beginners.
“Tale as Old as Time” from the movie BEAUTY AND THE BEAST played on her acoustic guitar by Ashmi Kshirsagar! This a home video done without any sound editing or sound mixing.
” In view of the risks associated with the disruption of routine immunization activities, the INDIAN ACADEMY OF PEADIATRIC Advisory Committee on Vaccines & Immunization Practices (ACVIP) recommends the continuation of routine immunizations, especially the primary vaccine doses, to be administered in the first year.”
Ladybird’s First Favourite Tales series are perfect for introducing young children (Age 2+) to classic stories and fairy tales, and the books are just right for those just learning to read. Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Ladybird’s First Favourite Tales series for reading aloud and young readers (Age 2+)”
It is a warm summer evening, you have just come home after playing with your friends. The moment you enter, you see a fresh new Tinkle waiting to be read. You flip through the pages, and finish it within minutes. But that’s not enough, you keep re-reading it till you memorise every single word. When someone says children books, the first thing that pops in a 80’s kid mind is Tinkle! That’s the impact of Tinkle on all our childhoods.
“It is important that girls understand the obstacles that lie in front of them. It is just as important that they know these obstacles are not insurmountable. That not only can they find a way to overcome them, but that they can remove those obstacles for those who will come after them.”
Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls (1 & 2) are children’s book packed with 100 bedtime stories each about the life of 100 extraordinary, revolutionary, smart, strong, powerful, charismatic, talented and fearless women and girls throughout history, illustrated by 60 female artists from all over the world. Pirate Queens and Marine Biologists, Painters and Drummers, Ballerinas and Spies. Empowering, moving and inspirational, these are true fairy tales for heroines who definitely don’t need rescuing. Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 1 & 2”
“All is found” from the movie Frozen 2 played on her acoustic guitar by Ashmi Kshirsagar! This a home video done without any sound editing or sound mixing. Please do like and subscribe to our Youtube channel Raising Twins Blog. Continue reading “FROZEN 2 I “All is found” I Acoustic Guitar I Home Video I 6 year-old Ashmi Kshirsagar”
The TWO THINGS which I buy for the twins, without giving much thought are: BOOKS AND COSTUMES. My twins love to play dress-up. They have a set of costume bins full of all kinds of sparkly dresses, scarves, satin gloves, tiaras, superhero costumes, jewellery and masks. They love playing together and getting all dress up and get lost in their own little world of mermaids, princesses, powerful woman and supergirls. Continue reading “DIY activity 23: Kid’s Dress-up/Costume Rack made out of PVC pipes”
Our lives have all been affected by the Coronavirus/COVID-19 and things are still constantly changing worldwide. Besides adults having questions, your young children might also have questions, but don’t know how to ask or how to express feelings they might be having. Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW:Coronavirus: A Book for Children Illustrated by Axel Scheffler”
Art has always had a big impact in my life. As a lover of all things beautiful, I want to make sure that my kids grow up willing and able to appreciate art, particularly classical art and good design. For me, one of the saddest things is seeing people whine about museum visits. Continue reading “Art Appreciation: Van Gogh and my Twins”