Episode 77: Let’s Make Reading Fun for Kids … Older & Younger Kids

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Whether you have young or older kids, literature can be difficult for some kids. Dachelle is the creator of Literary Adventures for Kids and she has some fantastic ways to inspire your kids in reading. If your kids’ love for reading is dying from traditional curricula, this is the episode for you. Let’s make reading fun for your kids and finish out the school year with young & old kids loving their homeschool..

In this episode:

✅ How moms can encourage their kids to enjoy reading
✅ How to add enchantment to your homeschool … your kids will love this
✅ Tips for making reading & literature exciting

Resources Mentioned:
Literary Adventures for Kids – Book Clubs

Free Book Club – Dip your toe…

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Wonder Online Book Club
The Call of the Wild
Guide to Teaching Shakespeare

With over 20 years of experience as an educator, and a homeschool mom herself, Dachelle understands the challenges of engaging children with classic literature. Her solution, Literary Adventures for Kids, is a comprehensive language arts curriculum that incorporates a touch of magic dust and “rabbit trails” to inspire students from preschool to high school to read. Dachelle’s courses encourage critical thinking and facilitate meaningful conversations, making them a valuable resource for educators and parents alike.

Additionally, Dachelle is the creator of Hide The Chocolate, a popular blog where she shares her experiences in homeschooling and parenting using a relaxed Charlotte Mason approach. You can find her on FacebookInstagram, and TikTok.

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