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Welcome to final chapter of #MomsReading! In this series, we have explored multiple books and activities that parents and care providers can use to build a child’s social and emotional development no matter the season!

Social-emotional skills support the success of children in school and in life! For more info on what social-emotional skills are, check out our first blog post.

To recap our #MomsReading series, here is a list of our previous installments, including some suggestions from our favorite Mom bloggers!

Five Ways to Help Your Children Succeed in School and Life During the Summer Break!

Five Ways to Help Your Children Succeed this Fall and Holiday Season!

Celebrate Holiday Traditions With #MomsReading

5 Ways To Introduce Activism To Your Kids With #MomsReading

5 Ways To Teach Kids About LGBTQ+ Equality With #MomsReading

5 Ways For Kids To Fight Injustice With #MomsReading

Five Ways to Help Your Children Succeed in School and Life This Winter with #MomsReading

Five Ways to Help Your Children Succeed in School and Life in Late Spring with #MomsReading!

#MomsReading Summer Fun!

Gemarla from The Mommy Elf: Leyendo con Los Niños (in Spanish)

Leanna from All Done Monkey shares her and her kids' Favorite Bedtime Stories

Diana from LadydeeLG shares her 5 year old's favorite books in Spanish  

Monica from MommyMaestra shares I Didn't Stop Reading to My Kids After they Learned to Read

Divina from Dancing HotDogs shares Family Reads for a New Perspective

Frances from Discovering the World Through My Son's Eyes shares El Amor a la lectura comienza en el Hogar  (in Spanish)

Christa from Pura Vida Moms shares Tips and Trick for Reading Out Loud to Young Children (bilingual post!)

Linda from Hispanic Mama shares Raising Latino Kids Who Read

Elle from Another Day Another Diaper shares For the Love of Reading

Multicultural Moms on Multicultural Kid Blogs share Why Multicultural Moms Love Reading to their Kids  

Diana from LadydeeLG shares 9 Books about Kindness, Respect and Doing Good

While this is our last #MomsReading post, let’s keep the conversation going on social media! We can discuss what you and your kiddos are reading in 2018! Remember to use the #MomsReading hashtag on both Facebook and Twitter!

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