Guest 3: Vicky Levy Krupp, author of The Kids’ Book Club Book. Topic: How to organize a great kids’ book club. Issues: Based on surveys from over 500 book clubs, parents, librarians, and educators, here are the best reading ideas, recipes, activities, and tips
Bobbi Conner, author of The Giant Book of Creativity for Kids. Topic: 500 activities to encourage creativity in kids ages 2-12. Issues: The principles of childhood creativity; being creative as a family; art activities, music activities, pretend activities; dance and movement activities, creativity with words.
Are you wanting to start a book club? Looking for great book club suggestions to read? Straight from our own book club reading list, we'll tell you our favorites and even give some tips for making a fun book club get together. 10 Great Book Club Suggestions. SunshineandHurricanes.com
Guest 3: Robert Dietz an allergist and spokesman for the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. Topic: Asthma and allergies. Issues: The increase in children suffering from asthma and allergies; treatment options; free asthma screenings nationwide (for info see http://www.acaai.org/).
Vicki Hoefle, author of The Straight Talk on Parenting. Topic: A no-nonsense approach to growing a grown-up. Issues: Creating a blueprint of where you want to be; understanding that parenting is more about on-the job training and less about being perfect; bedtime bedlam, morning meltdowns; sibling squabbles; sass and backtalk; the trouble with tech.
Josh Levs, author of All In. Topic: How our work-first culture fails dads, families, and businesses. Issues: The parental leave battle; the struggle between work and family; Dumping the “doofus dad” stereotype; challenges of being a military dad; dads’ changing priorities; the overall importance of fathers in children’s life.
Book clubs are the perfect way to engage readers, practice standards and differentiate during guided reading groups! This product contains 52 different graphic organizers that can be used with ANY book!