I follow a lot of blogs. Sixty-six as a matter of fact! Most of them deal with ideas for kids. Some of them revolve around cooking and some are to follow along with friends and family. I was so excited to discover Google Reader this year which has made my following of 66 blogs much more efficient. Today, I thought I’d share five of my favorite blogs that center around literacy.
1. Delightful Children’s Books is written by Amy who is a mother of three kids. She seeks out great picture books for her kids to learn about different subjects. The blog is well-organized and includes a super helpful index to search by category.
2. Playdough to Plato is written by Malia who is a mom and National Board Certified teacher. Her blog is full of tips and strategies for raising young readers up to 2nd grade. She even offers a 10 week online workshop called Plato Academy for parents of children ages 3-5.
3. Lorie is the author of Reading Confetti. She is a mom of two preschoolers and a reading specialist. Her site is full of book related activities.
4. Imagination Soup is the brain child of Melissa. She is a mom, teacher, blogger and writer. In fact, she has a new book coming out soon. I’ll be sharing details about that in the near future! Her site is a wonderful collection of ideas to promote learning.
5. One day I’m going to start a Mommy and Me Book Club thanks to the inspiration I get from Danielle. She hosts a weekly preschool book club for a few families and her ideas are fantastic and fun! I so want to do this!
Ok, I could list a lot more. Maybe, I’ll share another list soon. In the meantime, you can check out my “Blogs I Enjoy” board on Pinterest. So, what literacy books other than Growing Book by Book 🙂 do you follow?
We have some special posts coming up soon. Later this week we have a special guest interview and post. Next week, we will participate in the November Virtual Book Club and we will release the 2012 Literacy Gift Guide.
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