Preschoolers
Growing into Readers


Reading Activities


  • Read stories out loud and ask your child to think about what is your child to think about what is being read. Ask questions about being read, the characters and the story. Ask what happened first, next, and last in the story.
  • Visit the Library and check out a read along. Read along books that have a CD or audio source to read the books aloud. You can still turn the pages and read the book while listening to someone read the book to you. It’s a fun way to become interactive and introduce them to a new type of audio book.
  • Check out a Discovery tablet to encourage reading, language and literacy in preschool aged children. Discovery tablets are an awesome way for children to combine technology and education in a positive way. Here is the link in our catalog to browse the numerous discovery tablets we have available.


For more suggestions and activities on Raising a Reader, follow our Grow Up Reading™ Board on Pinterest

Library Director:  Clara Nalli Bohrer    |    Youth Services Coordinator:  Jill Bickford    |    Early Childhood Specialist:  Emily Vickers

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