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bean mosaics for kids

I've been trying to find activities that work for both a 6 year old and a 2 year old and Juliet discovered this one in her Fun With Nature: Take Along Guide .  The girls drew a shape (snake) and then glued beans on top of it. Both h...
by Silly Eagle Books on Aug 19, 2013

first grade reading list: books for first graders part 1

It is our habit to go the library and check out about 30 books a week just for our personal reading pleasure, but this year, I thought it would be good to make a list and try to go through it. Not because we don't read enough, but just to give us a b...
by Silly Eagle Books on Aug 5, 2013

Online Dating Young Adults

Image And Video Disclosure Of Substance Use On Social Media …Gibbs, Ellison, and Heino (2006) found that individuals constructing online dating profiles consciously enhance Questionnaire results further supported the ubiquity of such images onl...
by On Line Dating on Jan 26, 2013

paris books for kids

Using Madeline as a starting point, we decided to "visit" Paris two weeks ago. Luckily for us, Paris is a much written about city in children's literature, so we had no trouble finding a huge pile of Paris reads from our library. This is...
by Silly Eagle Books on Oct 1, 2012

flower books for kids: nature studies

We've been studying flowers lately, and even though it is fall, we still have a ton of flowers blooming around our neighborhood and in our gardens.  I was hoping to find some good field guides to help us with identification, so I pretty much che...
by Silly Eagle Books on Aug 31, 2012

father's day books for kids

I thought I'd share some of my picks for father's day books--This first one is one we recently discovered and loved, the rest are ones I've shared before. :) Ocean Wide, Ocean Deep by Susan Lendroth A little girl waits for her dad to come home after...
by Silly Eagle Books on Jun 14, 2012

a kindergarten teacher's favorite children's book authors and illustrators

I apologize for my absence on the blog lately--we've been on vacation and I have been slow to get back in the swing of things. But, I do have a lot of share and will do so soon. For today, I wanted to share a comment that someone left a few weeks ag...
by Silly Eagle Books on Apr 16, 2012

a booklist

Hippo! No, Rhino by Jeff Newman This is basically a wordless book--the story is told mostly through the illustrations, but there are a few words here and there--mostly from an angry rhino who is mislabeled as a hippo. The illustrations are very...
by Silly Eagle Books on Mar 30, 2012

Primary pupil booklist considered

The following article covers a topic that has recently moved to center stage–at least it seems that way. If you’ve been thinking you need to know more about it, here’s...

a booklist

I received a box of review books from Tiger Tales a few weeks ago and I wanted to share some of our favorites. Scary Mary by Paula Bowles is the story of a fierce chicken who enjoys chasing and bullying the other barnyard animals. Eventually,...
by Silly Eagle Books on Mar 19, 2012

five for friday: library booklist for preschoolers

Here's a little list to take to the library with you this week. We've been enjoying these. Augustine by Melanie Watt This is perfect for art lovers (tons of art references throughout the book) and for kids who have moved or are starting a ne...
by Silly Eagle Books on Feb 17, 2012


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