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About the Book…
Join Brother and Sis on their journey of turning a very messy situation into Room to Play!
This book was written for preschool and elementary aged children. It presents both a REASON and a METHOD for decluttering their room.
We released two other books, geared toward helping adults and teenagers declutter their lives. Now it’s time to teach those things to our kids!
Room to Play is playfully illustrated by two sisters (still kids themselves) in a sort of “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” style. The writing is fun, and it helps kids learn about the process of sorting and decluttering. Our hope is that it will help parents teach these things to their kids and make it enjoyable.
Included in the ebook is a link for free printables that coincide with the book, including:
- Room to Play – Matching Game
- Room to Play – Word Scramble
- Room to Play – Crossword Puzzle
- Room to Play – 3 Labels for Sorting
- Room to Play – Word Search
- Room to Play – Spot the Differences
- Room to Play – Find the Pencils
- Room to Play – Decorate the Room
- Room to Play – Organize the Shelf
What parents are saying:
“I read this book to my son Asa who is 4 years old he loved it!!! Asked me to read it again. He especially loved the last page when it talked about the kids dreaming of no cleaning. As I was reading it to him he was very engaged in the book, he thought the pictures were funny and especially loved the mom dancing a jig. It has been a couple days since we read the book and he still remembers what it said and has been cleaning up a lot more than he ever did before. I would say that’s a win!!! Thank you Jen for using your talent and writing a phenomenal book ” -Angielange (Amazon Reviewer)
“I read this book with my 6 year old. My daughter was able to read it herself. The word choice was simple, fun, well organized and best of all made my daughter laugh (because of the Rhyming). The point of the book was straight forward and my daughter enjoyed the illustrations. We had a conversation afterward about the importance of cleaning up messes not only in our rooms but throughout the house. Overall I’d say this book provides a realistic and entertaining way for children to learn about responsibility!” -Nikki N (Amazon Reviewer)
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