We are firmly into fall and the internet has been going nuts over pumpkin spice for well over a month now. I’m here to tell you that you don’t need to depend on canned pumpkin – making your own pumpkin puree is super easy!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – Halloween is my favourite holiday (only tied with Christmas). There are so many fun things for the whole family, including lots of great Halloween books for kids to read.
Even young readers sometimes enjoy a good scare! These scary books for kids feature spooky, thrilling, chilling stories that every horror fan will enjoy.
Just like at Thanksgiving and Christmas, Halloween is the perfect time to gather your family around for story time. These Halloween picture books are perfect for the whole family.
For my son’s very first Halloween, a wee 6 weeks old, I dressed up that child in so many different outfits and costumes. Just like I couldn’t resist dressing him up, I also couldn’t resist buying a million Halloween board books.
Thanksgiving is a beautiful time to gather together as a family and remember to be grateful for everything you have. Gather together to read these stories and feel the spirit of the season.
From the day they’re born, all little humans need to be read to. For Thanksgiving, board books offer a fantastic way to bond as a family, spread the joy of reading, and focus on being thankful.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time of year for read-alouds as a family. These picture books provide lots of meaningful moments you can share with the ones you love.
By this age, many children are more mature in their reading habits and beginning to understand the deeper meanings of life. These Thanksgiving books for preteens will help develop their understanding of gratitude by helping them not take anything for granted.
These popcorn witch hands made great treats for having around the house for Halloween, but we also used them as fun trick-or-treat options. They were also popular with both Mom’s students and my classmates.