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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Books Adventure

The topic at Mommy Moment for this week is Books. I used to read a lot to my kids when they were babies and when blogging isn't in my vocabulary yet lol. But now, I seldom do and I am guilty of not doing so. That's why I was surprised to discover that when I started teaching Rye how to read, she immediately learned how to. Anyhow, here's the latest book that we are using for our lesson.

This is the most favorite book that EJ love to read. He loves airplane so this one really caught his attention. Her Ninang (Tita Agnes) gave this to them when we were leaving going to Korea. We used to read books in Korea too because we oftentimes visit the library.

We goes to the library here once in a while and read some books. Our daughter is very interested in reading while the other burrito just want to play all the time hehehe.

Here's another parenting tip from parents.com (photo and text were copied from the newsletter I received in email)


Parenting Tip of the Day:

Help Your Child Love Reading at Every Age

Long before your child can read, or even talk, sharing a book can help her develop a number of important abilities. Reading books together will develop language and help her associate pictures in the books with words for real objects. As your child reaches the toddler stage, don’t be surprised if she wants the same book over and over again. It might make you a little nuts, but it’s helping her master words.

14 travelers' comments:

Tetcha said...

We as parents should foster in our kids the love for books and reading. They learn a lot from good books that they can also share with others.

Cecile said...

reading books with our kids at least 20 minutes a day everyday help them a lot...they learn fast and learn more vocabularies; am glad I read books with jake even when he was a still baby, now his love for books is great! he wouldn't sleep without bedtime stories...

Rossel said...

bata pa kase si ej. pero mahihilig din yan kase nakikita kayo, mahahawa, lol. that's a good bonding moment tokaya.

Gizelle said...

From reading books we learn many things and we also are able to check on grammar...books books, gonna have them!

Gin E said...

Great parenting tip on reading! I can relate on wanting to read the same book over and over again...lol!

Divine said...

Sharing our kids interests (esp in reading) will boost their confidence! Bonding time in the library is a very good idea. (thanks! i think we'll do it sometime)

zezebel said...

I always help my nieces reading even though she cannot says what I am reading her yet. Ehehehehe....

Mel Alarilla said...

Meron akong caption sa last photo nyo sa post mong ito. "The family that reads together learns together." Books are great tools of education where we learn all things in life. It is our mental bridge to any place or knowledge on earth. Even with the advent of the internet, books still have a special place in the hearts and minds of all people. Thanks for the homey post. God bless you all always.

Chris said...

thanks for sharing the tip! happy mommy moments!

Mommy Liz said...

Kala ko ako lang ang guilty na di na masyadong naaasikaso ang pagbabasa sa mga bata, eheheh. itong blogging kasi panggulo eh..

http://www.mykidzpower.com/2010/08/mommy-moments-kids-and-books.html

kimmy said...

wow! what a nice book you got there keep it up!

sexyjessie said...

Keep up the good job, Rose. Teach them to read and love books at an early age.

Sheila said...

You have an award waiting for you at http://runninlategain.blogspot.com :).

Bambie dear ★ said...

I see a future pilot here.. I really hope so para naman libre kayo ticket palagi. Internet is the culprit kaya di natin masyado nababasahan ng mga books. Buti na lang fast learners sila.. iba na talaga mga kids ngayon, super smarty

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