It’s JULY! The month of monsoon, the month of the new class and the month of lots of new friends.
But wait a minute, does monsoon also mean staying indoors more? Oh yes, that’s correct. While rains are fun but this season also means lesser park time for your little one.
Are we already hearing things like “I’m BORED”, “Mumma, what to do now”?
Don’t worry, we understand this Mr. B syndrome totally and we have already planned at our end to make your July fun and interesting. As always, we are planning to send you lots of story-related activities every weekend to make your days interesting. To start with, how about some reading cues for the month of July? After all, staying indoors would also mean more reading time and more stories?
Kids like excitement, something new, be it games or stories. The reading calendar is yet another exciting way to add some fun element to their story time. It gives them cues to read and at the same time, it also helps them explore books on different topics from their nearest libraries.
So, check out the July reading calendar especially curated with love for you and your little one.
Read one or read all, doesn’t matter if you pick a book from this list or anything of your choice, what matters most is you enjoy what you read and have fun KIDDINGLY 🙂
To download this reading calendar, just right click the above image and save it to your device. In case your child would like it to be quickly accessible in front of his/her eye, print and paste it in your junior’s room. But if you would not like to waste paper by printing, then that’s perfect too, just write these cues in a diary and give it to your little one.
We hope these ideas would inspire your children to read a story daily.
As always, we would love to know the favorite read of your little one. So, if your child loved these reading cues and read some books from this calendar, please send us the name of the book along with the cue to firstname.lastname@example.org. A lovely surprise might be waiting for some of you.
Happy monsoon, happy reading 🙂