Guest blog by Joanne Langley
Juggling work and childcare can be tough, now with the added pressure of home schooling and multi-tasking sometimes you just need a little help with some fresh ideas to keep the little ones entertained but educated at the same time. Parents need books to be high quality, educational and interactive to support development. Jo’s Budding Bookworms provide a fantastic range of books to support home schooling that are engaging and fun for both you and your child. Through working in Education and Childcare for over 20 years I can offer personal recommendations too key titles and themes to suit your child’s individual needs. Learning to Read
This reading programme is designed to help engage, motivate and support children through every stage of their reading journey. There are over 350 types of books available for children who are at different levels.
Starting out `books 1-7~ The adult and child take turns to read, with the child's share becoming bigger and more challenging in each book. Growing in confidence.
Books 8-15~ the child reads the whole story with the adult providing help and support if needed. Beginners Series These are ideal for children that prefer fact to fiction. This series helps children to learn about the things that really interest them. Phonics Readers Fun rhyming texts, bright illustrations and parent’s notes at the back.
These collections are ideal for learning the foundations of reading. First Reading These titles are designed for beginner readers for pleasure with a little support from the parent. The books encourage the child to develop reading stamina Wipe Clean Books From Early years to key skills, the wipe clean range reinforces the National Curriculum. They explain the concepts and rules of English, Maths and Science. Each page is wipe-clean so that children can complete the activities again and again with the special pen. A fun and engaging way for young children to learn and develop pen control.
Contact To find out more please visit my Facebook page jo’s Budding Bookworms or visit my website https://org.usbornebooksathome.co.uk/Jos_bookshop/
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