Thursday, January 10, 2013

Think Back Thursday: Reading

As long as I can remember, I have loved to read.  As a homeschool mom, I hope that my kids will grow to love reading too.  The boys are not all that enthusiastic about reading for pleasure, but they have gone through phases where they do a lot of reading.  Kennady is turning out to be my mini-me in that she loves reading.

Think Back Thursday's theme this week is Reading.

Spencer and Landon reading the liner notes on a new CD:

Some pictures of Landon and Kennady in their early days of learning to read:




Kennady and her friend put their reading skills to work on a visit to Washington DC, by reading the names on the Vietnam War Memorial wall:

Since Kennady likes to read, but doesn't care much for math, reading Life of Fred books works well!

Reading Alice in Wonderland...

(I blog about the books I read at Just A Second and I'd love to have you visit!)

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1 comments:

Debbie said...

Great photos. I wish I had more photos of my kids reading when they were younger. I also wish I had recorded them reading. That would be a great treasure to have. I am just glad all my kids like to read. My favorite picture was the Vietnam Memorial one. My kids would be jealous of your daughter being able to read while in the car... they can't do that, they get car sick if they do. I can read in the car. I do it all the time... I don't go out without a book or my Nook.

Thanks for participating and linking up. God Bless. Have a good week. I left you a message on your reading blog as well.

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