My inbox is full of ‘Black Friday’ deals and the TV is blaring Christmas ads at the top of its lungs as though there’s nothing between Halloween and consumerism…I mean Christmas but an Amazon cart full of cyber-Monday deals. Personally, I love Thanksgiving. It is a refreshingly simple holiday. Just get together with people youContinue reading “Thankful for a Kids’ Book Review”
Help your kids remember that there’s a holiday between Halloween and Christmas with these awesome Thanksgiving kids’ books. Look for them at your local library or enjoy the links I have included to the free read alouds on You Tube. As a child of the 80’s I grew up on the Berenstain Bears. I thoughtContinue reading “Kids Thanksgiving Book Review”
Just in case you didn’t get enough Halloween reading fun with these titles last year: https://the-thrifty-mom.com/2022/10/05/kids-halloween-book-review-2/ (Last year’s Kid’s Halloween book review) My kids and I found a few more ‘bone-chillingly’ good reads for a ‘not too scary’ themed story time. You can ‘literally’ ‘check them out’ at your local library or watch them beingContinue reading “Howling for a Halloween Kids Book Review”
I originally published this post last Halloween, but without the links to the free read alouds. So here is the re-released, updated version of last year’s Kids Halloween book review. If you cannot find these wonderful and unique titles at your local library, then please enjoy listening to the free read aloud versions on YouContinue reading “Kids Halloween Book Review”
I was digging through some old posts and found this one from last fall. I know I just posted some new fall kid’s books in a recent blog post https://the-thrifty-mom.com/2022/09/13/falling-for-kids-autmn-books/ but I didn’t want anyone to forget about these fun gems from last year. I’ve also added the links on for the free read alouds.Continue reading “Fall Kids Book Review”
Fall into the season with some fabulous Autmn reads.
Ahoy Mateys! Check out some of our favorite pirate themed books as you sail back to school this fall!
Old McDonald had a farm e-i-e-i-o. The kids wanted to explore it, but mom didn’t want to spend too much dough, e-i-e-i-o! Want to have a fun filled farm themed experience with your kids without breaking this little piggy bank? Try planting and harvesting some of these home-grown ideas!
Give your family the ‘camp out’ experience and still have savings leftover for S’mores!
Get your kids primed for back-to-school time with some of our favorite ‘scholarly’ reads.