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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Here's a fun game that will have your child hustling to find quotes to back up written assertions.
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Want to turn your child into an expert orator, but don't know how to rid him of the middle school mumbles? Try this activity to get your child to speak up!
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Make a wanted poster of a villain from a favorite book or fairy tale in this fun reading comprehension activity!
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This bookmark is a helpful tool to use during and after reading to remind your child of "good reader" strategies that she can use on her own.
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Send your child on an online hunt where he will practice working with search engines and use his reading comprehension skills to find specific information.
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For Read Across America Day, challenge your first grader to come up with her very own story using magnetic words inspired by "Green Eggs and Ham" by Dr. Seuss.
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Use a digital camera and some simple drawing supplies to help your kindergartener make a personalized letter-sound book.
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Everyone's heard of taking a dog for a walk. But how about an illustration? This activity teaches emerging readers to use pictures as context clues.
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This activity will give pre-readers practice building a story. And it's silly fun, too!
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This simple bookmaking activity will introduce and reinforce alphabet and number recognition skills that have been taught at home or learned in preschool.
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It's easy to turn old magazines into a fast-and-furious finding game that's both fun and educational for kids.
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It doesn√Ęt take long for flashcard drills about prefixes and suffixes to get old. Turn the learning process into a treasure hunt with this fun activity!
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With a newspaper, highlighter, and some fun extra prizes, you can help your first grader start lifetime reading habits with print all around us.
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Help your second grader grasp the concept of verb tenses with this silly card game!
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This scavenger hunt game is simple, but it's fun, and it will arm your child with the directional vocabulary he should master in time for kindergarten.
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Here's a household scavenger hunt that shows kids the natural sources behind everyday objects...and builds reading skills, too!
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Let your child step into the main character's shoes as he keeps track of the setting, events, and names of characters in the story by keeping a journal.
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Lacing is a great way to practice hand-eye coordination, which helps with writing. Turn it into a fun preschool art project, by stringing up some ABCs!
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The next time you and your fifth grader go on a hike, take along this key to figure out which common North American animal left a track along the river bank.
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Rhyming helps kids better understand word structure. This silly game transforms rhymes into a mystery bag guessing game.

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