Hello everyone! Welcome to the final few months of prompts for #SixforSunday. As I’ve said a few times, I can’t quite believe that other people are joining in with this silly little prompt I make on my blog. This was something I started for myself back in 2017 (4 years ago?!) and it’s just kind of … Continue reading #SIXFORSUNDAY DOES OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER
Good morning! It is I, ThursTAG back again! We're revisiting some of the trends of the 90s in today's installment (I'll be honest - these things are clearly American, but I'm embracing them anyway haha) *** POKEMON: THE AUTHOR YOU NEED EVERY BOOK FROM. Lol, I think we all know the answer to this question. … Continue reading ThursTAG: Back to the 90s!
Hello everyone! I hope you are all well! I'm stopping by your timelines today to share 4 books that will be perfect for the upcoming spooooky, Halloween'y period! Featuring vampires, ghosts, witches and creepy talking machines, these books will be spot on! My Y6 readers are slowly embracing these books and are thoroughly enjoying them! … Continue reading Mini reviews: the SPooOOooKY ones
I hope you’re all doing well and staying safe! Today, I’m sharing some mini reviews of some gorgeous kids' books I've read recently. Honestly, I adored each of these and I know my kids are also getting a lot of joy from them too! *** WishYouWas by Alexandra Page It's 1952 in smog-shrouded London. Christmas … Continue reading Mini reviews: the ones that brought such joy!
Hello! How are you all? Today, I thought I would share some of the books my class are reading… cause they’re all reading some absolute corkers and I’m so impressed that they’re embracing the range of books that are available to them! Starting this academic year, I really wanted to get my kids excited about … Continue reading What we’re reading: September
Hello! I don't normally post on a Saturday night, but I posted a picture on Twitter last night that started to cause a bit of a stir and a few people were interested in what I'd produced, so I HOPE this blog post explains what the resource is and why/how I use it! So yesterday … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: Fluency checks
Good afternoon everyone! Twice in one day, I hear you say? I know, I know; I spoil you so! This afternoon, I have the utter joy of being part of the blog tour for The Bewitching of Aveline Jones by Phil Hickes. The first book in this series was so incredibly popular with so many … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Phil Hickes
Good morning everyone! To celebrate the release of Laura Dockrill's new book, The Dream House, I am honoured to be on the blog tour!! Laura is popping along today to share some recommendations about grief for younger readers, and I think these will come in so handy for teachers, parents and anyone who works with … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Laura Dockrill
Good morning! It is I, your ThursTAG friend back again! As we are getting closer and closer to Autumn, I thought I'd take on a more autumnal themed blog tag today. Controversially, I'm not a MASSIVE fan of Autumn. Don't get me wrong, I like the cosy jumpers and the hot chocolates and the changing … Continue reading ThursTAG: An Autumnal book blog tag
Morning everyone! Sorry for the late posting of this bullet journal update for September! I used one of my favourite washi tapes (from Nutmeg and Arlo - if you've not checked out their amazing stuff, please do. I'm not sponsored or anything... I just love everything they do!) as inspiration and I love how it's … Continue reading September bujo