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Creating a Reading Area for Kids – $450 Newmark Learning Giveaway

I have been a fan of Newmark Learning since I first heard about their huge selection of books and resources for parents and educators.

I love reading and I want my girls to grow up loving to read.

3 Tips to help children develop a love for reading

1) Create an inviting reading area

Reading Area

My girls love their reading area. It has a comfortable place to sit, a small lamp, a plant and of course books for them that are easy to access.

2) Have high quality books available. We have a large selection of books from Newmark Learning that are a great asset to our reading area. The books have beautiful pictures, strong pages and are available in many themes and reading levels.

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3) Read with your children & let them see you reading too. My daughters love having me read books to them. I’ve also noticed that when I am reading a book silently to myself, they will grab a book from their bookshelf and sit and read to. It makes me happy to see.

Kids Books

Newmark Learning not only offers great books for a child’s home reading area, they also offer many books and resources for teachers, home schoolers and even a wonderful program for E-learning.

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When I am looking for books or resources for children I could spend hours browsing newmarklearning.com. The website is bright, easy to navigate and has a plethora of products.  If you are looking for books for your children, resources for your home school or a whiteboard resources for your school, Newmark Learning is worth checking out.

When I first was introduced to the Newmark Learning site, I did not know which products to start with. I decided to get the PreK-2 Around the Clock Parent Involvement Kit because it offered a variety of products.

  • 6 Leveled Books (1 each of 6 titles)
  • 4 Trade Books (1 each of 4 titles)
  • 1 Personal Journal
  • 1 Family/Teacher Guide
  • 1 Backpack

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A perfect transition from Sight Word Readers. Precisely leveled fiction and nonfiction at levels A-I integrate literacy with content instruction. Meet your standards with these research-based leveled books for beginning readers, Grades PreK-1. Children will love the gorgeous photos or illustrations, fun topics, and BONUS comprehension skills and sight word activities included in every book. Science, Math, Social Studies, and Nursery Rhyme books are available. Prepares students to read Newmark’s Jump into Genre books.

Giveaway Moment:

Enter to win a $450 prize from Newmark Learning. Open to US & Canada — excluding Quebec.

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Comments

  1. I would choose Alphabet Animal Friends Small Book Classroom Set.

  2. Angela W says:

    Around the Clock Math Parent Involvement Kit and several books!!

  3. Amy Heffernan says:

    I think my 4 year old would really like the Hey Diddle Diddle Interactive Whiteboard CD…

  4. Pre-K books

  5. I’d love one of the parent involvement kits as well as just growing our library. this site has TONS of stuff – I started to get carried away.

  6. My boys are really into math as well as reading, so I would get: Around the Clock Math Parent Involvement Kit

  7. I would love some of the interactive whiteboard cd’s.

  8. Heidi Leno says:

    I would buy any PreK books and Math books

  9. Mindy Reimer says:

    I would love to win some books my boy is an avid reader and is always looking to be challenged. :D

  10. Avigael Villaverde says:

    My son loves books

  11. I would stock up on both Math and Reading/Language Arts books for my two girls

  12. Books, books and more books, especially at the Pre-K level!

  13. Christie H. says:

    I would get the Rising Readers Social Studies Volume 1 Single-Copy Set and the Rising Readers Science Volume 1 Single-Copy Set.

  14. Lee-Ann Sleegers says:

    Took a while to figure this one out. There are a lot of great products available, but my choice would be: Rising Readers Math Volume 1 Single Copy Set

  15. Mindy Reimer says:

    I would love to get him some science books he loves to learn facts about…well anything and everything

  16. I like this one: newmarklearning.com/around-the-clock-math-parent-involvement-kit

  17. Sabrina T says:

    I would get the PreK-2 Around the Clock Parent Involvement Kit and the Around the Clock Science Parent Involvement Kit

  18. Lesley M. says:

    I would get the Around the Clock Social Studies Parent Involvement Kit.

  19. I would purchase some of the pre-k books, specifically ages 3-4 since we have a newborn on the way!! Looks like a great program!

  20. Pre-K books

  21. Joanne M. says:

    I love the selection of Round the Clock Parent Involvement kits. And so many wonderful books!

  22. Melissa M says:

    I would get a lot of the $3-$5 books

  23. I’d probably go nuts with the prek-k books :)

  24. candess phillips says:

    white board and cd’s or beginning spanish set.. it’s a coin toss! They have so much, I think if I didn’t take a big ticket item (which would have me oweing money with my gift card!) (MY!!! haha) I would enjoy picking out a new book for each boy monthly. There are so many options. Thanks for bringing this site and these materials to me attention.

  25. candess phillips says:

    white board and cd’s or beginning spanish set.. it’s a coin toss! They have so much, I think if I didn’t take a big ticket item (which would have me oweing money with my gift card!) (MY!!! haha) I would enjoy picking out a new book for each boy monthly. There are so many options. Thanks for bringing this site and these materials to my attention.

  26. Brandi Y. says:

    Oh wow…there are so many good books I would choose! I would definitely choose Gone Fishing, Good Boy Buddy, and How Many Fruits to name a few :)

  27. Id choose the Sight Word Readers Volume 1 Interactive Whiteboard CD Collection

  28. i think we’d stock up on an assortment of books for K-2 and maybe some math help, too.

  29. I have a lot of favorites:
    A Day on the Farm
    Gone Fishing
    Row Row Row your boat

    etc :)

  30. mary renshaw says:

    I would get the everyday math intervention pack for k thru 5

  31. Sylvia White says:

    I like the Around the Clock Science Parent Involvement Kit

  32. Callista Meyer says:

    I would expand my children’s book shelf and maybe a couple of the parent involvment packs :)

  33. blessedta says:

    Everyday Mathematics Intervention Activities Grade 5 Book

  34. I would get the English Early Literacy Single Copy Set and

    Hands-On Phonics 2-Book Set with CD-ROMs if I won.

  35. I love your reading area Jodi! Those pink chairs area adorable! And you have such cute little readers too! Awesome post! Angie xo

  36. I would get a mix of books for reading levels a-c.

  37. STAAR Mathematics Practice Set for ages 11-12 is what I’d purchase

  38. I would probably get the Everyday Intervention Activities Grade 3 Teacher Resource Book Set

    silverneon2000 at yahoo dot com

  39. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I’d get 5th grade math books

  40. Jessica Z says:

    I would chose books from the different reading levels because I love the Daily 5 and always need new books!

  41. Katherine says:

    I would get the COmmon Core books for mathematics

  42. pd reimer says:

    I would pick a bunch of science books, like “What Is Solid?”

  43. PreK-2 Around the Clock Parent Involvement Kit & Around the Clock Nursery Rhyme Tales Parent Involvement Kit

    This is such a great contest I was just srting to look into purchasing a table and chairs for my daughter so she can start to study and read and have a special spot to do so.

  44. The math books or pre-K books. Anything with reading or numbers.

  45. Reader’s Theater Theme Collection: Math Escapades Grades 3-5 with CD-ROM

  46. Louise Gilbert says:

    I think I would choose Alphabet Animal Friends Small Book Classroom set

  47. The Common Core Practice Math Set looks incredible.

  48. sandra mitchell says:

    Reading levels a-c books

  49. I’d luv the SIGHT WORD READERS VOLUME 4 for ages 3-4

    jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

  50. I would choose the k-1 reader books as well as some math activity books.

  51. Hey Diddle Diddle Interactive Whiteboard CD

  52. Loved all the pre-k readers, like bigger, smaller

  53. If I were so lucky I would love to get as many books in the A,B, and C level!

  54. sherry k says:

    the Interactive Whiteboard products look interesting

  55. Kristi Renout says:

    I would let my sons pick out their favourites, including Gone Fishing.

  56. I think I would get the PreK-2 Around the Clock Parent Involvement Kit
    thanks

  57. Maryse B. says:

    some of the educational books and eBooks

  58. Mary Casper says:

    I would get books, not sure ehich ones but you can never go wrong with books

  59. Probably a combination of workbooks and books at the Kindergarten level

  60. Everyday Vocabulary Intervention Activities Grades K-5 Set and other books.

  61. Around the Clock Math Parent Involvement Kit
    Around the Clock Science Parent Involvement Kit
    Around the Clock Nursery Rhyme Tales Parent Involvement Kit

  62. My son loves being read to so I would buy him books. A few of the titles that I would choose would be: Bingo, Buddy Finds a Home, We Like Birthdays, Go!, and The Itsy Bitsy Spider.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  63. I’d buy as many books as I can with the $150 from the ages 3-4 section. I have a 16 month old niece, and another niece or nephew due in Oct 2013, so these books would keep two kiddies happy for a long time.

  64. Stephanie Dawe says:

    TONS of books!!

  65. Elva Roberts says:

    March 15-I have several ggchildren so I would choose books from pre-k to Grade 1.

  66. I would get the Everyday Writing Intervention Activities K-5 Set.

  67. Cheryl Almas says:

    I would get the Foundation Fun Nursery Rhymes and Songs Interactive Whiteboard and Activity Book Set for my grandchildren

  68. Jennifer L. says:

    I like the Reader’s Theater Theme Collections Grades 1-5 with CD-ROMs.

  69. Carly B. says:

    BOOKS! I want to get my collection started

  70. Stephanie Larison says:

    I’d get some Pre-K readers books!

  71. Tara Gauthier says:

    My son would love the earth sciences adventures and could use some math books. My daughter would like any books about animals.

  72. Lori Sexton says:

    Alphabet Animal Friends

  73. Sarah Stover says:

    Definately the pre-k books!

  74. debbie jackson says:

    rising readers social studies volume 2 debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  75. Jeanne Bates Tennant says:

    Foundation Fun Nursery Rhymes and Songs Interactive Whiteboard and Activity Book Set and Hands-On Phonics 2-Book Set with CD-ROMs.

  76. Foundation Fun Nursery Rhymes and Songs Interactive Whiteboard and Activity Book Set + other books

  77. I like Alphabet Animal Friends Small Book Classroom Set

  78. i would pick various books fo rthe 5-6 age group. my eldest is about to turn 5 and needs to more challenging books

  79. Kristy. V says:

    I would purchase the pre-k books and parent involvement kits as I believe that learning really starts at home and we can’t prep our kids enough for school. Thanks!

  80. I would buy lots of books!!! They have lots of awesome choices!!!!

  81. I’d get the Sight Word Readers Volume 1 Interactive Whiteboard CD Collection for
    $179.88 and just throw in the extra money myself.

  82. I’d get a lot of the readers theatre books grades 3-5 for my nephew

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  83. Common Core Practice Comprehension Set for my 5 and 6 year old :)

  84. I’d grab up some of the parent involvement kits and some fun activity books for my pre-schooler :)

  85. With $150 I’d get a collection of Spanish language reading books

  86. I would buy grade one books.

  87. Jaclyn Reynolds says:

    Reader’s Theater’s book for grade 4 would be great for my sons!!

  88. I’d get a bunch of their homeschoolers Social Studies books, and probably some of the Grade 1 readers and even science books!! So many great ones to choose from!

  89. Shannon Barnes says:

    I like the science themed books.

  90. Kelly Beam Brown says:

    I would pick some lower leveled reader books for my kindergarten students.

  91. Marianne says:

    I would buy the Around the Clock Nursery Rhyme Tales Parent Involvement Kit (and likely a few other of the parent involvement kids).

  92. Carmen Peterson says:

    some of the Grade 1 readers

  93. I would choose grade 1 books to build our library of easy readers.

  94. I would get the Everyday Intervention Activities Grade 2 Teacher Resource Book Set

  95. The nursery rhyme books look fun.

  96. We need some non-fiction books, so the science and social studies books would be a great addition to our library.

  97. Science, math and social studies… I’ve even saved my high school books to be prepared.

  98. jeannine s says:

    there are so many books I would get… How Chipmunk Got Its Stripes,Why the Sky is Far Away,Amazing Storms!,Who Has More?

  99. Aubree Faunce says:

    Rising Readers Science Titles Volume 1 Single Copy Set, Rising Readers Science Titles Volume 2 Single Copy Set, Rising Readers Math Volume 1 Single Copy Set,Around the Clock Nursery Rhyme Tales Parent Involvement Kit

  100. Stacy Scott says:

    With Having 7 Children 12 down to 1 years I would Buy a Mixed lot of different age Books, New Chairs for them each to have them make it feel it’s their special spot during some Special Time . Love The set up in the Picture above. Something for me to Think about in our New home . =) Thanks for a Wonderful Educational contact for us to enter =)

  101. Marya Mann says:

    Site word books and assortment in prek

  102. stacey h says:

    books and activities for grade 1 and 3.

  103. The Alphabet Animal Friends books are cute! I could use those both at home and in my class!

  104. Sharlene says:

    I would choose the Alphabet Animal Friends set for my 2 and 5 year old.

  105. Barbie Squires says:

    Having children and a new grandson, I would choose a variety of age appropriate learning tools and of course books, lots of books. You have so many amazing products, it will not be hard to find something awesome.

  106. Adrienne Styles says:

    I would get the Jump Into Genre Single Copy Set Grade 2 and the Jump Into Genre Single Copy Set Grade 3. I was hoping to see a similar set for 4th grade as my 3rd grader is reading above reading level and doesn’t have many fun readers to choose from but I didn’t see any.

  107. I would get all the Around the Clock Parent Involvement kits.

  108. Unita Esau says:

    Prek Around the Clock Books look wonderful-I would choose any and all of them

  109. I would love to pick out books with my kids, they are constantly reading and we go through alot of books, so it would be a joint effort to choose the titles.

  110. I would love the Foundation Fun Nursery Rhymes and Songs Interactive Whiteboard and Activity Book Set! My kiddies would love that!

  111. Chelsea R says:

    Wow! There are so many great products. I’d stock up on PreK and Kindergarten level books, and maybe grab a parent involvement kit in Spanish.

  112. I would choose the PreK-2 Around the Clock Parent Involvement Kit and the Spanish PreK-2 Around the Clock Parent Involvement Kit.

  113. Karla O'Brien says:

    Intervention/Enrichment for 5&6 year old

  114. susan smoaks says:

    i would get the Reader’s Theater Theme Collection: Native American Tales Grades 3-5 with CD-ROM

  115. Beverly Metcalf says:

    I would buy a lot of the books that are for children age 6-7. They have lots of cute storybooks. Thanks for having this contest.

  116. Angela Yeremenko says:

    I like the Alphabet Animal Friends Small Book Classroom Set

  117. Jenny Shannon says:

    Incredible offer!

  118. Jenny Shannon says:

    I would create a great reading center for my grandson. I also want to start book clubs and tutor reading.

  119. I would pick a foreign language package

  120. I’d stock the bookshelf with a ton of books for both my preschooler and my older child

  121. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    Foundation Fun Nursery Rhymes and Songs Interactive Whiteboard and Activity Book Set

  122. Christine Harrison says:

    I would use it towards STAAR Reading and Mathematics Practice Set newmarklearning.com/staar-reading-and-mathematics-practice-set.html

  123. Laura Unger says:

    I would get any of the kindergarten level books for homeschooling.

  124. Michelle M says:

    I might purchase workbooks for my girls to do over summer vacation

  125. We read a lot here, a lot a lot! I would love to have a cute little area for the kids to enjoy their books in a more “fun” setting! Great post.

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