Ahhhhh,;summer;(my;apologies to;those;of;you;heading;into winter).;If;you’ve;just;finished your;first;year;of;preschool
at home, congratulations! You made it.
Summer is here and it’s time to brew some
sweet tea, turn on the fan, and dive into
I thought it might be fun to take a
break from the more serious subjects
we’ve been talking about here in The Littlest Preschooler and look at nurturing
the time to get into the habit of reading
books and what seems like a thousand
picture books. Of all the time investments
I’ve made, reading aloud is time I never
Of all the time
made, reading aloud
is time I never wish
or thought was time I
wish I could get back.
time I wish I could get back. I’ve felt that
about the books we’ve shared.
span, he can sit long enough to listen to
a short board book and that’s about it.
grow in proportion to his age.
own personal reading time that stretches
across the three months of summertime.
the beginning of the summer because
books about anthropology or the hu-manities too.
take the summer to soak up all the homeschool encouragement I can. Books like
Elizabeth Foss’s Real Learning: Education in the Heart of the Home are a
Clarkson’s Educating the WholeHearted
Child. I need a pep talk, and those sweet
authors are just the ones to give it.