Well, yes, I am busy, super busy, while everybody else is enjoying the Greek hot summer on the beaches and Aegean islands, having fun and tonnes of ice cream. I am jealous and I wish I could enjoy my cones of flavored ice cream, around Greece but when life gives you lemons you make lemonade the saying goes and cold lemonade is perfect for hot weather, indeed! When life brings too many lemons at once then it seems so difficult to write on my blog, be there for my critique buddies, whom I adore by the way, and have that carefree mood, all summer long while teaching, too!
Wouldn’t it be better to have some nice rounded scoops of everything happening at once? I am sure you agree on that but the opposite happens. Most of the times we have to scoop and dig out tonnes of sand to find our way out of predicaments. One thing is for sure, you do know where to look for a big scoop of ice cream to ease your worries. Summer Ice cream shops have the best flavors kept for you, all over the places you visit.
If you and your kids crave for ice cream cake ideas well don’t miss the chance to visit this fabulous blog, Omg! it’s the best place ever to have videos and 40 recipes to enjoy summer ice cream cakes for any occasion. You have all year round to try them! Emily Manning the coffee-loving Editor of MyKidsTime, has written this super duper blog article. https://www.mykidstime.com/food-and-recipes/fun-ice-cream-cake-ideas/
What about reading to your kids about ice cream? Here are some of the books I would like to have on my bookshelf! Don’t miss the chance to get one from your local bookstore or borrow from your library. Reading and eating ice cream is the best way to enjoy the summer. Till next month’s Rock Post, have fun on the beach, laugh out loud and get loads of scoops of ice cream!
Sam’s Sundaes is far and away the best place on Jelly Bean Street to get your favorite ice cream flavor! One day, five animals dash through the door, hoping little Sam Sundae will whip up the ice cream treat of their dreams. Stinky blue cheese for a mouse, fish finger ice cream for a cat, squirmy wormy ice cream for chicken, muddy ice cream for hippo, and daisy/grass/dandelion ice cream for cow all seem like excellent choices for each ice cream dreamer. That is until Gorilla walks in and asks for the most surprising choice of all! This delightfully wacky book will have kids howling with laughter and asking for more, more, more of this deliciously funny story.
Summer is going well. I am very busy. But don’t worry, I am not forgetting about school! I read every day. I practice my math facts. And I am even studying world history!
Peter Sís’s delicious tongue-in-cheek vision of summer dishes up the whole scoop on everyone’s favorite frozen treat and proves that ice cream is every bit as enriching for the mind as it is for the taste buds. Readers everywhere will be begging for seconds and thirds!
Did you know that immigrants to Ellis Island were served ice cream as part of their first meal in America? Or that George Washington spent more than $200 on ice cream during the summer of 1790? Learn all about the cool history of everyone’s favorite frozen treat in this fun, fact-filled
It’s just another summer day until Teddy visits the new ice cream shop in town. Magically, he enters a kingdom of ice cream fountains, whipped cream lanes, and volcanoes that erupt with vanilla fudge! In this land of frosty treats, Teddy rules as the Ice Cream King. He can eat as much ice cream as he’d like, sail an ice cream sea, and even zoom to an ice cream moon. But something very important is missing. What could it be? Dig into this delicious adventure that serves up a gentle lesson in sharing!
Splat and his class go on a field trip to an ice cream factory in this delectable I Can Read the book from New York Times bestselling author-artist, Rob Scotton. Splat can barely sit still during the bus ride. He’s imagining the mountain of ice cream he thinks he’ll get to eat! But when Splat gets there, that mountain becomes more of an avalanche. It’s up to Splat and his classmates to save the day!
Beginning readers will practice the –eam sound in this easy-to-read addition to the Splat series. Splat the Cat: I Scream for Ice Cream is a Level One I Can Read the book, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.