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Aesop’s Fables – Not Just for School

 

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In reality, the book that is read is not the important thing. The important thing is that we spend time together, a few minutes of time that are just our’s and no one is allowed to interfere with that time. When you are a work at home mother as I am, often the time you spend at work and the time you spend with family run together. It is important to find activities, small tasks you can do with your children to make them feel special, loved and valued. For families like ours, reading stories each night is an important part of the special treatment each child receives.

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It is sensational to take things your kids learn at school like Aesop’s fables and turn them into teachable moments at home. So, the question for you this sensational day is, what have your children learned at school that you emphasize at home?

 

 

Here are a few other articles about reading with your children:

 

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A New Look at Old Stories – Aesops Fables  I like the Aesop’s fables now, not for the moral lessons they provide. Now I like the fables for the opportunity they gave me to talk with my son and to get to know him a little better.  [Read More . .  . ]

 

517aXi0VuoL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA300_SH20_OU01_Want to Make Life Better for Your Kids – Take a Look in a Book At the start of this school year, think about the things you have taught your children and the things you still have to teach them. If you do not feel comfortable teaching life lessons to your children, try using a book to make the job easier. There is a book for every lesson you need to teach your children.  [Read More . . . ]

7 thoughts on “Aesop’s Fables – Not Just for School”
  1. We started reading books to our daughter as soon as she got home from the hospital. She loves having books read to her. Good post.

  2. I enjoy reading with my kids. My son is 15 now and we are reading the Odyssey together.

  3. I love when you can turn something popular into a teaching moment too. I’ve always liked Aesop’s fables.

  4. I love reading with my son when he was younger. Now that he is a teenager he doesn’t think my book choices are all that great.

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