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Reading Activities for Ages 8-10

Reading Activities for Ages 8-10

 
If the weather isn't cooperating and your kids can't go outside, set up camp indoors with a cozy reading fort.
Help bring the books to life by visiting some of the destinations they read about this summer. They'll come back excited and ready to discover more.
Keep reading lively and interesting with these 7 tips — and learn new ways to support and open up this new wonderful world to your child.
Nip them in the bud without discouraging your child's love of books.
Between 3rd and 5th grades, many kids become less interested in reading for fun. To keep your child interested, try these everyday ways to encourage a positive and fun attitude toward language.
Make your child's book collection an essential part of her environment.
Your child begins to explore — and read — much of the web.
Whether it's the sun or the moon that's shining brightly in the sky, the outdoors encourages all sorts of new places to kick back as a family and enjoy reading.
Try this super summer reading project: study an author who celebrates a summer birthday.
Children will identify commas, periods, question marks, and more during this fun read-aloud activity.
Summertime is the ideal time to keep the imagination going with the following crafts inspired by kids' favorite books.
Show your child that the library is more than just books — it’s the starting point for all kinds of interesting investigations.
Teach your child to use photography as a reminder of the things in life that make us happy.
Use these questions to start a discussion with your child about "Inkheart" by Cornelia Funke.

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