READ AND DISCUSS STORIES

It is never too early to begin reading! Stories expose children to words and ideas that they might not otherwise experience. Not only does reading enhance children’s vocabulary, books also teach children to use their imaginations and spark creativity. What they learn about people, places, and things can be important building blocks to later life success by helping them to develop empathy and build understanding about the world around them. Books can be a great form of entertainment with silly voices and engaging stories or information that creates a love of learning. For both parents and children, times together with books form fond and lasting memories. The more we read with young children, the more prepared they become to enjoy reading and to do well in school.

Visit the Kent County Success Basics READ page: https://www.successstartsearly.org/read-and-discuss-stories/

Listen to By Leaps & Bounds Radio Series segment on READ:
coming soon

PBS KIDS GAMES & APPS

Super Why! (age 3-5)

PBS LearningMedia RESOURCES

Super Why! (age 3-5)