Just for Librarians
These pressed flower keepsakes introduce kids to flower science and encourage reading!
Celebrate your kindergarten grad's big kid status by getting her a library card and making a special holder to stash it in.
Mastering persuasive writing is a skill that takes practice. Here's a fun way for your child to exercise his writing chops!
A fairy tale just wouldn't be complete without a princess! Help your child develop her story-telling and comprehension skills!
Add some variety to your child's letter learning by making these darling sponge stamps together, great for different alphabet fun!
Boost your child's letter recognition and help her create a beautiful paper tapestry to hang in her room.
Help your child make and plan a friend-filled story time party that will get her excited about reading.
Here's a fun activity to do at the library to help your child learn the sequencing of numbers and letters.
This fill-in-the-blanks game is a little like Mad Libs, but for emerging writers. Get ready for some silly sentences!
Fun and challenging, this energetic treasure hunt helps kindergarteners learn letter sounds.
From a Twilight novel to required reading, he'll learn about preconceptions as he predicts a book's story based on the cover.
See how far imagination can go when your child flexes reading comprehension muscle with a map drawing of her favorite tale!
Resources for Parents
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Here are some expert techniques for encouraging kids to read.
Here are some expert tips on how to raise a reader.
Find out what you really need to support your emerging reader.
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