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I’m so excited that it’s nearly the holidays for my daughter Floss. Only a couple more days of school. I can’t wait for a Summer with her. There will sure to be much reading! Finally, I’m starting to feel more with it after my surgery too. Hoping for a good week.
Last Week on the Blog
- Top Ten Tuesday – Books With One-Word Titles blog post here.
- Unleash Your Child’s Reading Potential with Reading Eggs Subscription: Top 5 Reasons to Choose It blog post here.
- www Wednesday Books – The Maid, Finn’s Little Fibs, The Art Playroom and Crochet post here.
- Finn’s Little Fibs – An Empowering Tale of Truth by Tom Percival book review here.
- EYFS framework from September 2023 Key Points and Learnings blog post here.
We’ve been lucky to have some wonderful book post and this week ready to review. Thanks to Floris, Scholastic and Usborne. A couple of library reservations arrived too. Finn’s Little Fibs I’ve already reviewed – it’s brilliant! Plus the new Genie and Teeny book from Steven Lenton. I’ve not read it yet but Floss has been raving about it.
This Week on the Blog
I didn’t get around to doing the Frogs round up last week so that’s still on the to do list.
Last week I did a short update on the new EYFS framework and I’m aiming to get a brief overview of the new reading framework written this week.
Around the Blogosphere
- Tandem Collective had an interesting piece on Threads from Meta that you can find here. Are you on Threads?
- 6 Ways to Raise Readers caught my eye from Megan Rose Wilson here.
- My Shelves Are Full reviewed some great titles for 6-8 year olds that you can find here.