The Best Books about Creative Women. Women’s History Month isn’t complete without celebrating the major contributions of women to the arts, including dance, music, fashion, and architecture. The world would not be as beautiful a place without the work of these women! If you’ve already read the best picture books about inspiring women, here are... Continue Reading →
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A warm and cozy story about a sweet and snowy tea party: The Tea Party In The Woods by Akiko Miyakoshi You can listen here or click the book cover image to watch the story video Want more fun stories and learning adventures? Join The Circle! $10/month, cancel anytime. Sharing Circle Education is a mix... Continue Reading →
New Story Time For Subscribers!
Will sweet Stumpkin get to be a Jack O'Lantern for Halloween? Come listen to one of my favorites, Stumpkin by Lucy Ruth Cummins, and find out! Click on Stumpkin to see the story time video. After listening, you can head on over to the Sharing Circle Classroom for some Stumpkin-themed art activities! Want to see... Continue Reading →
Reading Games: Would You Rather? With Books!
You all know I am low-key (or maybe high-key) obsessed with books, right? Right. So of course I have to make up games that revolve around reading! My most favorite reading game is Would You Rather? My kids each pick a book and after reading both, we decide which one we would rather be in... Continue Reading →
Building Positive Character Traits Through Picture Books
https://imaginationsoup.net/teaching-positive-character-traits-with-picture-books/ Want to teach your children about character traits like kindness, determination, and curiosity? One way to reinforce some positive traits is through modeling them yourself, and another way is to read some fantastic picture books! I put together a book list for Imagination Soup about building positive character traits with picture books, and if... Continue Reading →