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Teach your child about visiting the library, how to hold a book, and more to get him started on a lifelong love of books and reading! Find more help and ideas on our Building Reading Skills resource page.

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Fun worksheet will help younger children set goals for reading.
Number of Downloads: 1474  | Created on: 11/29/2012 hot icon
This reading log will make it a snap for kids to keep track of their favorite books and authors, books they would recommend, and more.
Number of Downloads: 1751  | Created on: 11/29/2012 hot icon
Worksheet outlines an activity where children are asked to compare a book they are currently reading with a book they have read in the past. Created by the U.S. Department of Education.
Number of Downloads: 775  | Created on: 10/28/2008
This activity asks children to visit a library, check out books, talk about the books they borrowed. Created by the U.S. Department of Education.
Number of Downloads: 743  | Created on: 10/27/2008
Worksheet asks children to talk about their favorite books. Created by the U.S. Department of Education.
Number of Downloads: 1044  | Created on: 10/27/2008 hot icon

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