Here are some tips for integrating reading into our daily family activities.
* Read bedtime stories.
* Play a board game.
* Read a recipe and cook something yummy together!
* Put your child in charge of reading the grocery list at the store.
Ways to Read to Someone
1. I read, You read.
2. Seesaw Reading
(same book, different pages)
3. Echo Reading
(same book, same page)
4. Read in One Voice
(Same page at same time)
5. Retell the story
Who? Where? What? When?
What kind of pet or pets do you have or would like to have?
Draw a special picture of you and your pet.
Write a story of an adventure that you and your pet have been on.
If you don't have a pet write all the reasons you should have a pet for your parents.
Think about books that are about pets like:
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Pete the Cat
Frog and Toad
Harry the Dirty Dog
The Cat in the Hat
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