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Tea Anyone?

Tea Party Personalized Book
Imagination is a powerful tool. Kids have this in abundance and it is something that should be fostered. Imaginative capabilities are directly linked to creativity, innovation and critical thinking skills. Allowing kids to exercise their imagination helps them develop key skills that help them understand complex concepts as they get older. It also helps them imagine hypothetical scenarios, whether they are imagining their own future or trying to solve a word problem at school. One of the best ways to let kids’ imagination flourish is to let them play pretend. There are limitless possibilities when it comes to playing pretend, but some games of make-believe stand the test of time. Tea parties have been and are still incredibly popular among young girls, and with good reason - tea parties are lots of fun!

Disney Princess Personalized CD
While tea parties allow young kids to imagine new, fancy personas for themselves, tea parties do come with some rules and instructions. This just makes the game all the more fun. KD Novelties has just the thing to help a tea party underway. My Tea Party personalized book places your child into their very own tea party. With this book, they will learn about the first tea party in England while learning all about wh
at they need to have their own tea party with their friends! They can learn how to brew tea, how to make watercress sandwiches and they’ll even learn some traditional table manners that will make their imaginative tea party feel all the more real.
One of the key parts of tea parties is the dressing up! And when little girls dress up, what do they love to dress up as? Princesses, of course! KD Novelties also has a personalized Disney Princess CD that will be perfect for the tea party preparation. Your child’s favorite Disney princesses will sing to them using their name, guide them through the process of getting dressed up, teach them proper manners all while preparing their very own tea party at the castle with all of their favorite princesses!


The Disney Princess Tea Party Gift Basket makes a great birthday present for any little lady. This basket includes the My Tea Party personalized book, Disney Princesses personalized music CD, as well as their very own tea set! Your little girl will be able to have a personalized tea party adventure that she will never forget.




Tea Anyone?

Tea Party Personalized Book
Imagination is a powerful tool. Kids have this in abundance and it is something that should be fostered. Imaginative capabilities are directly linked to creativity, innovation and critical thinking skills. Allowing kids to exercise their imagination helps them develop key skills that help them understand complex concepts as they get older. It also helps them imagine hypothetical scenarios, whether they are imagining their own future or trying to solve a word problem at school. One of the best ways to let kids’ imagination flourish is to let them play pretend. There are limitless possibilities when it comes to playing pretend, but some games of make-believe stand the test of time. Tea parties have been and are still incredibly popular among young girls, and with good reason - tea parties are lots of fun!

Disney Princess Personalized CD
While tea parties allow young kids to imagine new, fancy personas for themselves, tea parties do come with some rules and instructions. This just makes the game all the more fun. KD Novelties has just the thing to help a tea party underway. My Tea Party personalized book places your child into their very own tea party. With this book, they will learn about the first tea party in England while learning all about wh
at they need to have their own tea party with their friends! They can learn how to brew tea, how to make watercress sandwiches and they’ll even learn some traditional table manners that will make their imaginative tea party feel all the more real.
One of the key parts of tea parties is the dressing up! And when little girls dress up, what do they love to dress up as? Princesses, of course! KD Novelties also has a personalized Disney Princess CD that will be perfect for the tea party preparation. Your child’s favorite Disney princesses will sing to them using their name, guide them through the process of getting dressed up, teach them proper manners all while preparing their very own tea party at the castle with all of their favorite princesses!


The Disney Princess Tea Party Gift Basket makes a great birthday present for any little lady. This basket includes the My Tea Party personalized book, Disney Princesses personalized music CD, as well as their very own tea set! Your little girl will be able to have a personalized tea party adventure that she will never forget.




Keeping Kids Enthusiastic About Learning

School is back in full swing. The first few weeks of school are usually pretty straightforward. Everything is still new, kids are still getting used to their new teachers, new classmates, new friends, new classrooms, or maybe even new schools and overall schedules. No matter what your little student is going through, there can come a time when kids grow bored or frustrated with school. This usually occurs after the first month or so of school, when homework and learning really kick in and begin to become a real part of children’s lives. There are some ways to keep your kids happy and focused during the school year, keeping them excited and enthusiastic about learning and school.

1.     Ask them about their day. Asking kids about what they do at school, making sure to ask for specifics, can really encourage them to pay more attention during the school day. Talking and having conversations with kids as if they are adults gives them a sense of importance, and this in turn helps them believe that what they do at school has significance; not just for them but for you as well. Being able to partake in grown-up conversations can keep them interested in their studies especially when they get to share what they learn with their parents.
2.     Read with them. Reading a book with your child and making it a regular thing can be extremely helpful. If they have a book to read for school, have them read it to you and ask them questions about the book or the chapters read that day. Making an activity out of a task can make it something for kids to look forward to, and if you ask them questions, they can better develop their critical thinking skills as well.
Kids Reading
3.     Create activities based around what they are learning in school. Scheduling trips to the Natural History museum when kids are learning about wildlife or planning a trip to see the Liberty Bell when they learn about US history can be beneficial to learning. Kids can understand that learning does not just happen in the classroom and encourages them to learn from the world around them. 
4.     Ask kids to write or draw about their day. Have your kids keep a journal. Ask them to write about what they learned, what happened in school or to tell a story in words or pictures. This will not only help improve their memory, but also improves their skills when it comes to thinking complexly. The ability to draw an idea or write a story about something they learned can help kids learn to understand complex ideas in different ways. A journal will also make a great memory when they get older. Encourage them to share their entries with the whole family as well.

5.     Remember to be supportive. If a child is expressing difficulty with school, whether academically or socially, listen to them completely. Helping them find a solution and overcoming it together can help drastically improve their attitude and their learning experience. Some kids have a harder time adjusting or staying focused than others, but sometimes all it takes is a different approach to help get them back on the right track.

Visit KD Novelties for unique personalized books that will get kids excited about reading and learning.





Keeping Kids Enthusiastic About Learning

School is back in full swing. The first few weeks of school are usually pretty straightforward. Everything is still new, kids are still getting used to their new teachers, new classmates, new friends, new classrooms, or maybe even new schools and overall schedules. No matter what your little student is going through, there can come a time when kids grow bored or frustrated with school. This usually occurs after the first month or so of school, when homework and learning really kick in and begin to become a real part of children’s lives. There are some ways to keep your kids happy and focused during the school year, keeping them excited and enthusiastic about learning and school.

1.     Ask them about their day. Asking kids about what they do at school, making sure to ask for specifics, can really encourage them to pay more attention during the school day. Talking and having conversations with kids as if they are adults gives them a sense of importance, and this in turn helps them believe that what they do at school has significance; not just for them but for you as well. Being able to partake in grown-up conversations can keep them interested in their studies especially when they get to share what they learn with their parents.
2.     Read with them. Reading a book with your child and making it a regular thing can be extremely helpful. If they have a book to read for school, have them read it to you and ask them questions about the book or the chapters read that day. Making an activity out of a task can make it something for kids to look forward to, and if you ask them questions, they can better develop their critical thinking skills as well.
Kids Reading
3.     Create activities based around what they are learning in school. Scheduling trips to the Natural History museum when kids are learning about wildlife or planning a trip to see the Liberty Bell when they learn about US history can be beneficial to learning. Kids can understand that learning does not just happen in the classroom and encourages them to learn from the world around them. 
4.     Ask kids to write or draw about their day. Have your kids keep a journal. Ask them to write about what they learned, what happened in school or to tell a story in words or pictures. This will not only help improve their memory, but also improves their skills when it comes to thinking complexly. The ability to draw an idea or write a story about something they learned can help kids learn to understand complex ideas in different ways. A journal will also make a great memory when they get older. Encourage them to share their entries with the whole family as well.

5.     Remember to be supportive. If a child is expressing difficulty with school, whether academically or socially, listen to them completely. Helping them find a solution and overcoming it together can help drastically improve their attitude and their learning experience. Some kids have a harder time adjusting or staying focused than others, but sometimes all it takes is a different approach to help get them back on the right track.

Visit KD Novelties for unique personalized books that will get kids excited about reading and learning.





Personalized Books Helps Kids Choose After-School Activities

The back to school season is upon us. This not only means that school is in full swing but so are after-school activities. Taking part in an activity such as a sport or hobby can be a great way for kids to learn, make new friends and gather new skills. Extra curricular activities can help significantly boost a child’s academic performance while also allowing them to exercise other forms of learning while putting their interpersonal skills into practice. But how do you choose an activity to take part in?

Sports Personalized Children's Books
We have a wide variety of personalized children’s books that can help introduce different activities to kids. Not only will they become more familiar with some of the sports, skills and other things they can do through reading, but they can also have a better idea of what it might be like to try it since they will be featured in the story. Kids are still developing key imaginative skills, and a personalized book can help them imagine potential or future scenarios. As they read stories with them as the main character, they will be better able to imagine themselves playing a sport or taking up a new hobby this year.

Ballet Personalized Children's Books
Personalized books will help your child choose a new after school activity.  We have a variety of books about sports including “Sports Superstar”, “Football Star”, “G-o-o-oal!,” and “Hockey”. Books like “My Camping Adventure” or “My Fishing Adventure” can help kids imagine some activities they might participate in if they join a club like Boy or Girl Scouts. Other books, like “The Ballerina Princess” can help kids learn about dance and whether they want to take up an activity based in the performing arts.


Personalized books are great tools for introducing kids to new ideas while also bolstering their reading skills. When kids read a book starring themselves, they are not only more likely to want to read, but they will feel more confident trying some of the activities their book personas take part in as well.






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    Tea Party Personalized BookImagination is a powerful tool. Kids have this in abundance and it is something that should be fostered. Imaginative capabilities are directly linked to creativity, innovation and critical thinking skills. Allowing kids to exercise their imagination helps them develop key skills that help them understand complex concepts as they ge […]

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