What better way to embrace the world of Dr. Seuss than to dress up like one of his classic characters? This accessory making activity channels perhaps the most famous of all - ...
Jump into the world of Dr. Seuss: craft an elephant costume inspired by Horton from "Horton Hears a Who!"!
Inspired by the wonderful work of Dr. Seuss, this 20-page activity booklet is full of reading, math, and most importantly, fun!
Celebrate Seuss and help build your child's reading and vocabulary skills with this happily hop-filled game! Play Hop on Pop Hopscotch!
Get Crafty with Reading!
Create Fairy Tale Dice and inspire your child to weave fantastic fairy tales! Not only will this help your child learn about story sequencing, but he'll also get practice ...
Has your kid embarked on the adventure of reading whole books? Help him build strong reading habits by showing him how to illustrate a bookmark with his favorite story scene.
Idioms, words or phrases that have figurative meanings different from their literal ones, can be found everywhere from the books we read to our everyday conversations. Idioms ...
What if your child couldn't see the pictures in her favorite illustrated books? In this activity, she'll listen to a story without looking at it, and create her own images.
How to Celebrate
On March 2nd, millions of kids will crack open a book, all in the name of Dr. Seuss. And your kids can join them!
It's time to rejoice, it's time to smile. Celebrate reading in true Seuss-style!
Getting teens to read is a great challenge, but not an impossible one. Here are some clever ideas to get you going.
Print this poem for your child to affirm his dedication to reading, courtesy of the NEA and Read Across America Day!
Inspire and Support Your Budding Reader
Here are some expert tips on how to raise a reader.
Research increasingly suggests that how we read with kids is as important as what we read. Here are expert tips on how parents can ramp up their reading skills.
Find out what you really need to support your emerging reader.
Help your child along towards reading fluency with these easy and enjoyable activities.
Teacher and children's literature specialist Esme Raji Codell sifted through thousands of books to come up with her top 5 picks for kindergarten through fifth grade, plus a ...
Reading aloud to your child is especially important during first grade, when independent reading is still a lot of work. Here are 10 books that are enjoyable and hit on some ...
The earlier young readers begin to explore nonfiction, the better. Here are five exciting, beautifully illustrated books of nonfiction for early readers ages four and older.
One of your first grader's biggest challenges is learning to read. While waiting for those words to start jumping off the page, read to them! Listening to some of these stories ...