The busy weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas or Hanukkah are when the true meaning of the season gets lost in the jumble of parties, packages and promises.
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to slow down and connect with your kids during this busy time? Then I invite you to join my Holiday Read-Aloud Challenge. Set aside one hour each week to read aloud together as a family. There are hundreds of winter/holiday books that your family can enjoy. Choose one or two, three or more, and build memories as you share this special time together.
Here’s how to join. Leave a comment that says, “I promise.” In doing so, you pledge to:
- Turn off the television, computers, and cell phones for one hour each week between now and the holiday to join in reading aloud with your family.
- Recommend at least one book with a holiday/winter theme that parents and kids can read together.
- Come back later and let us know which books your family read.
by Miriam Hees
The Trees of the Dancing Goats
by Patricia Polacco
Who’s That Knocking on Christmas Eve
by Jan Brett
Christmas Stories for Bedtime
by Renae Brumbaugh
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry
A Child’s Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas
The Fir Tree by Hans Christian Andersen
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