Rhyming is common in children’s literature.
Just ask the beloved author Dr Seuss.
His rhymes are so well known that I’ll bet you know exactly what comes after this sentence: “I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them…”
It’s hard to think of a time without children’s books. After all, it’s a thriving industry boasting some of the most numerous and diverse sections in any library. But children’s literature has come a long way from Hornbooks in the 16th century to today’s personalized digital content.
When was the last time you read a story with your kids? What were they doing? Were they following along, wrapped in attention and looking up at you adoringly? That feeling is the reason why we read to our children. There is something so special about that bonding
“Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity.” – Charles Mingus At Whimsifull, our stories are the heart and soul of everything we do. We’re passionate about getting kids to read, learn new things
Everyone has the same favorite word. Our names. Whenever we hear our names or see a picture of ourselves, our brains are hardwired to perk up and pay attention. That’s why kids love personalized stories so much. They get to see themselves as the star of the show
Remember: You’re in a judgement-free blog post- so you can be honest! On average, how many hours of screen time do your kids get a day?1-2 hour?4-6 hours?All day? If you glanced over at your child, how much of that time are your kids in a zombie-like state?