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Reading Activities for Ages 3-5

Reading Activities for Ages 3-5

 
Create a special book for bath time.
Sneak learning into games that help little ones learn to recognize, spell, and appreciate their names.
Help your child round up circular items and create art with them.
Learn letters the tactile way, with refrigerator magnets.
Look at the differences between real and pretend animal behavior.
Strengthen your child's vocabulary and memory with this animal-matching game.
Build pre-reading skills with this scavenger hunt.
Keep reading lively and interesting with these 7 tips. Learn new ways and means to support and open up this new wonderful world to your child.
Sharing a book with your child? Ham it up!
Keep reading with toddlers, even when they have trouble sitting still.
Introduce your child to the world of letters, sounds, and words with our 6 activity tips.
Being able to translate thinking into artistic or print representation is a skill that allows children to apply what they’ve learned, demonstrate understanding, and promote higher thinking.
When your child explores the concept of wishes, he explores self-awareness.
Scoop out the letters of your child's delicious name and match them up!

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