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Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Spend some time with us today listening to one of our Dinosaur Cove read alouds. This is an excellent series! You can enjoy listening to a book and also you use it for book report at school. Story Time with Amber and Erin sites kid, tween, and teen friendly. Please remember to like our videos and to subscribe to our channel. You can also find us at: Facebook, InstagramPinterest, and Twitter. We are two sisters on a mission to make a difference by spreading fun and engaging literacy experiences across the globe. – Erin and Amber 😀

It’s FREEZING! It’s FRIGID!

It’s FREEZING! Where are you going to go? No where. Pop some popcorn. Bundle up in the blanket. Pull up one of our read alouds and listen. This is one of the best ways to spend a frigid Saturday. You can also find us at: Facebook, InstagramPinterest, and Twitter. Please remember to subscribe to our Youtube channel. We are two sisters a mission to make a difference by spreading fun and engaging literacy experiences across the globe. – Amber and Erin 😀

The Fountain of Youth Has Been Found!

The Fountain of Youth has been found! Research says that reading or listening to a book keeps your brain strong and young. Do you want to stay young? Then read or listen to a book. Find a picture book, sing along, or chapter book at Story Time with Amber and Erin. How about “Freckle Juice” by Judy Blume read aloud by Erin?  Her son took them and has finished them both. She will begin to record today. Have a great Friday!!! You can also find us at: Facebook, InstagramPinterest, and Twitter. Please remember to subscribe to our Youtube channel. We are two sisters on a mission to make a difference by spreading fun and engaging literacy experiences across the globe. – Amber and Erin 😀

Nursery Rhymes Form Basic Literacy Skills For Children

Are you encouraging a child to read and speak? Then sing along with Nursery Rhymes with Emmie on Story Time with Amber and Erin. Research shows that singing and chanting nursery rhymes lay a strong foundation for basic literacy skills for children. Today Emmie (special guest vocalist) invites you to sing along BINGO with us. We are two sisters (and a Mom) on a mission to make a difference by spreading fun and engaging literacy experiences across the globe. – Amber and Erin (and Emmie)

There was a farmer who had a dog,
And BINGO was his name-o.
B-I-N-G-O,
B-I-N-G-O,
B-I-N-G-O,
And BINGO was his name-o.