Friday, December 20, 2013

Looking Back to October, November, December 2012



Looking Back to October, November, December 2012
by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com


Towards the end of each month in 2012, I revisited popular posts from 2011. Not only did that mean new readers of the blog might find something useful otherwise buried in the archives, but it also reminded me of content I could refer to when I wrote new articles.

In 2013, I've done something similar. Four times this year, I've looked back to articles I've published at The Book Chook in 2012. Today, I'm re-visiting popular posts from October, November and December of 2012. Don't forget you can use the right sidebar to find earlier posts, too. Click Creating, Learning, Reviews, Reading, Writing and Celebrating to explore those themes, or try the Blog Archive to browse by months.

Biff! Zap! Pow! Using Comic Editors for Education

Delve even deeper into The Book Chook archives via Looking Back to October 2011, Looking Back to November 2011, Looking Back to December 2011.

Start Kids Writing with Fun Image Editors: Great way to engage kids with words and pictures!

Let's Make Bookmarks with Kids

Helping Kids Find Books: Kids need books, lots and lots of books.

Children's Writing - More Tips for Young Writers

Let's Use Chants and Rhymes with Kids: If we can combine rhyme and rhythm in the form of songs, dances, poetry, chants, nursery rhymes, clapping games, skipping games etc, then let's do it!

Writing Letters with Kids

Let's Vary Kids' Reading and Writing Diet

Online Places we Can Draw

Let's Celebrate Mad Hatter Day: October 6 is a great excuse for mad hattiness. If you even need an excuse - I don't!

Link to all three All-singing, All-dancing Christmaspalooza Resource Hampers via this link.

The Book Chook will take a break after today. I'll return on 13/1/2014 with book reviews, educational resources and lots of ideas to encourage kids to have fun while they create and learn.  If you have a suggestion for a post you would like me to write, or a problem you think I can help with, you can get in touch via the Contact Me button top left, just above Subscribe.

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