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Draw and Write Together: About My Family

Make a list with children of different things they like to do with their families.

Read Together: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom #1

Read a lively and rhythmic book about the alphabet.

Read Together: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom #2

Read a book about the alphabet, paying attention to repeating words.

Read Together: Educator’s Choice, Unit 1, Week 1, #1

Read aloud and discuss a nonfiction or fiction book about families.

Read Together: Educator’s Choice, Unit 1, Week 1, #2

Read a book about a family or friends and prompt children to make connections to their own lives.

Read Together: Knuffle Bunny Too #1

Do a picture walk of a story about a little girl and her special stuffed animal friend.

Read Together: Lola at the Library #2

Read a book to introduce borrowing and returning library books.

Read Together: Owl Babies #1

Read a story about an owl family and talk about how the owl babies feel when their Mama goes away. 

Read Together: What Is a Scientist?

Read about skills a scientist uses that children also use as they observe and explore. 

Watch Together: “Read a Book Today!” (BTL clip)

Watch a video about the different types of books children can find at the library.

Word Play: Listening Game

Introduce alliteration as children listen to words the same beginning sounds.

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