This post is sponsored by Simon & Schuster. All opinions are my own.
For the past several years, we’ve enjoying gifting our children with a book and pajamas on Christmas Eve. This fun tradition means we get to read the books together and snuggle in our jammies while we wait for Santa to make his rounds. These free printable Christmas gift tags are perfect to attach to the books you gift this year.
Our kids will be enjoying Ready-to-Read books from us this Christmas Eve. We’ve always enjoyed the Ready-to-Read brand and often check them out from our local library.
Just click here or the image below for your free printable Christmas gift tags. I recommend you place them on a Ready-to-Read book. Keep reading to find out why.
Ready-to-Read Books for Kids
What’s so great about Ready-To-Read? There’s lots to love for parents, educators, and kids!
- Reluctant reader-friendly – Ready-to-Read has leveled books for every young reader! Exciting nonfiction, beloved characters, and fan favorites make Ready-to-Read books a great choice for my reluctant reader.
- Designed with reading progress in mind – Educational experts vet all Ready-to-Read books in order to adhere to the latest reading guidelines. Each level is designed to help children grasp new reading concepts with confidence. Tools like sight words, shorter lengths, word families, and rhyming all work together to help your child become a more confident reader. Additionally, there are guides at the beginning of each book to prepare children for the story ahead and fun reading comprehension questions at the end of each story help them better understand what they just read.
- Simple reading level system – With fun “Star” levels, kids and parents can utilize the easy to understand system to bolster confidence as they move through the levels at their own pace. I love visiting the library and easily being able to choose books for my kids based on the Ready-to-Read System.
- Fun for Kids – Ready-to-Read offers parents and educators well crafted, imaginative stories and engaging nonfiction without sacrificing fun for the kids. Beloved characters from authors like Doreen Cronin and Eric Carle will delight fans of traditional picture books. My kids love the familiar character stories like Daniel Tiger, the PJ Masks, and the Peanuts characters. If you have a reluctant reader, these characters can be a great way to get them engaged!
I’m also a fan of their nonfiction series such as “You Should Meet,” and “Living In…” Kids can explore the influential people in our world, and travel around the globe to read about different cultures. Ready-to-Read nonfiction is a great compliment to our homeschool social studies and science subjects. Right now, Sweet T is enjoying Looking Up! The Science of Stargazing.
The Ready-to-Read star system also makes it simple for both my kids to choose their own books during a library trip. Sweet T is Level Three and Gus is Level One. They know where to look to find their numbers without checking with me to see if it’s going to be developmentally or age-appropriate for them.
Which Ready-to-Read books will Santa be bringing your child this year? Click the link to learn more about Ready-to-Read!