FREE Printable Pack: I LOVE to Read!

February 25, 2014

Carrie Fernandez


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Do you ever struggle with enticing your children to read or engaging him after he has finished a book? It is important when fostering a love for reading in a child to help them develop proper reading skills. This FREE printable pack will aid you as you do that. It includes a blank reading list for you to fill up with those book needing to be read or those that have already been read, a list of questions to prompt discussion before, during, and after reading. Your child will also have fun with the journaling pages sharing what he or she learned with you while getting to draw a favorite scene and recounting the details. At the end of your reading lesson you can reward your child with a fun bookmark!

Do you need some tips on Reading Aloud with your child? CLICK HERE for a very helpful article on how to do this and a list of best books.


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