Reading Tip #39: Try out book box subscriptions for your children. Getting happy mail each month is truly exciting & it can be engaging for little readers too! Although the books may not be tailored specifically to your child, they can still read & learn about interesting topics, ranging from under the sea, to construction vehicles & towns to socially emotional intelligence books.
So far we have tried out the following boxes:
I would try out even more kids' book boxes (& maybe one for me!) if finances allowed. Currently we are not still doing Bookroo, although their selection is impeccable & I have loved all the books we've gotten. Additionally, we don't always end up keeping a book from the Literati box, so we pay for checking some new books out & loving them, as well some little trinkets, including book stickers with my son's name on them. You do not have to pay return shipping when your week is up.
My First Reading Club includes a variety of picture books in their packages & a gift for Mom too! We got 4 picture books & 1 activity book (stickers, pop outs, etc.) this last time.
I'm Katie Storey. I'm a former elementary school teacher (4th grade was the grade I primarily taught) & I love reading!