Reading Activities

Reading activities guide your child through learning about letters, sight words, and more the fun way! Browse through our selection of reading activities to see how your child can learn to read through hopscotch, clothespin exercises, and cookie baking! Using these reading activities keeps your child interested through literacy exercises, keeping his engagement and attention while learning, practicing, and studying. Help your child learn to read with these reading activities.

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Help your child to create a familiar favorite from a book or series he adores out of papier-mache. Exercise your child's imagination and language arts skills.
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How does your ghost feel? No, no, we're not wondering if he's happy or sad, joyful or mad. We want to know his texture!
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Make a "feeling meter" that helps your first grader read key feeling words and communicate his emotions accurately to you.
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Is your precocious third grader a Shakespeare in the making? Challenge her growing vocabulary with a group game that rewards her wordy ways
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Plan a family dinner based on the "Little House" books, and encourage reading in the household!
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Social networking sites that promote reading, reviewing books, and sharing books with others are springing up all over, making reading fun again.
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This simple Veterans Day craft is a great way to have your kid work on her drawing skills and put her vocabulary to the test too!
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To celebrate black history month, use this matching quiz to help your kid demonstrate his knowledge of famous African-Americans.
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Have a bookworm on your hands? She'll boost her spelling and problem solving skills with this Oulipo activity re-writing lyrics to beloved Christmas songs!
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Here is a way to help your first grader keep track of the books she has read, and also help her develop some critical thinking skills.
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Try this patterned story activity with your kindergartener to help her build up her reading and writing skills using some of her favorite books from preschool.
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This reading activity combines some of the most common sight words with a pictograph puzzle that's sure to keep your kindergartener engaged.
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Play with, explore, and describe everyday objects with your preschooler to get her ready to learn basic math skills and concepts.
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Make this creative "story cartoon" tray to help your first grader build reading comprehension skills while having a hilarious time!
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Here's an activity that takes fourth grade reading and writing skills beyond the classroom to offer a warm welcome to a new neighbor.
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This 4th of July, end the battle for independence in your house, and show your child just how much freedom she can enjoy.
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This Where the Wild Things Are costume will make your little wild thing look just like Max. This Where the Wild Things Are costume is surprisingly easy to make.
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Hereâs a surefire way to get your kids practicing their ABCs. Create an edible alphabet out of marshmallows and toothpicks.
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Here's a fun activity you can do at the library to help your child learn the sequencing of numbers and letters.
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Delight your first grader by combining a reading activity with a fun "tea party" as she unscrambles cut-up words in a tea bag to form sentences and stories.

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