Reading version

  • Play Boggle or Boggle Jr.
  • Play Scrabble
  • Label your furniture and drawers and dishes and toys with post-it notes for a day or two
  • Cut out pictures from magazines and glue them to one side of a note card, then write the name of the picture on the other side, you could use these several different ways. Or write the words on a separate note card and have your kiddo match the picture with the word. Simplify it and work on phonics by just writing the first letter or the first sound.
  • Play Upwords
  • Find letters or words that start with certain letters while you run errands around town
  • Play GO-fish with letter cards
  • Choose a poem on Monday, learn it and recite it to each other at dinner on Friday.
  • Turn off the TV and listen to a book on tape instead.
  • Turn off the TV and read to each other, snuggled up on the couch, or on mom and dad's big bed.
  • Set aside 5 r 10 or 20 or 30 or 60 minutes as part of your bedtime routine.
  • Read aloud while they eat breakfast or lunch.
  • Listen to books on tape while you drive.
  • Do Mad Libs
  • Play on Starfall

1 comment:

Mrs. Dunbar said...

I always love these lists!

How are you???