Are you looking for reading activities to help children fall in love with books and build early literacy skills? Well, you have landed in the right place. Here is an easy resource page for finding the reading activities you need. I’ve divided them into categories to make your search even more helpful!
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Books for Children
The single most important thing we can do to help children fall in love with books and get ready to read is to read aloud to them daily. At Growing Book by Book, we have over 150 themed booklists to help you find the just-right books to read aloud.
See all of our booklists on our BOOKS FOR KIDS page.
Phonological Awareness Activities (rhyming, letter sound games, etc.)
Students must have a strong sense of phonological awareness before they begin to read. Developing phonological awareness should be done in short, repetitive, and playful bursts. We have lots of activities and suggestions for developing this.—>PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS ACTIVITIES
So many great ideas that we now have a whole page dedicated to the topic! Click here–> ALPHABET GAMES AND ACTIVITIES
Creating a Print Rich Environment
Creating a print-rich environment is a simple but very effective way to surrounding young children with meaningful learning opportunities.
Independent Reading Activities
Library Activities and Tips
Make every trip to the library stress-free and full of literacy rich experiences with these ideas.
Need activities to go with your favorite children’s books. We have you covered! Check out our BOOK ACTIVITIES page.
Celebrate the joy of reading with these reading celebration ideas.