Sometimes we all just need a little quiet. Without the frustration of trying to read words which we may not be ready for yet. To let our imaginations take us where they want to go; not only the prescribed place that text points us. Wordless books can bring out the creativity in children and have their place alongside books with text. This week’s What to Read Wednesday theme is Wordless Books. You’ll certainly recognise The Snowman, as it’s been made into a wordless movie; which is really unique. But there are many other wordless books out there. Have a look through them and see what might appeal to your children. Open up a whole new world of possibilities without the tensions of reading from a book!
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Wordless Books For Children
I have provided links to these books for both my American and British readers (US links are the title and UK links are in the brackets). Enjoy!
- Wordless picture book – Three Red Balloons (UK link here)
- The Snowman (UK link here)
- Out of the Blue (UK link is here)
- Tuesday (UK link is here)
- Time Flies (Caldecott Honor Book) (UK link here)
- The Only Child (UK link is here)
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The most clicked-on post from last week’s linky (Baseball books for kids) was this post about finding time to read around all of our summer activities by Our Unschooling Journey Through Life. I know this feeling; how about you?
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