World Read Aloud Day is February 3rd, 2021! When kids log a book – any book – in Biblionasium on Feb. 3rd, they will earn our WRAD trophy which is offered each year. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating reading aloud and all the benefits kids enjoy when others read aloud to them.
We don’t really mean you should bribe your kids to read!
However, we do think reading is one of the best activities for kids to engage in outside of school. Some kids naturally gobble up books, but some need more encouragement to read than others.
So here are five tips to get your kids to read!
Even the most reluctant readers stop to smile when they hear something interesting!
We hope to turn those smiles into a genuine motivation to pick up a book.
So, here are five fun facts about reading to tell your students!
Does that sound familiar? Are you looking for enriching ways to keep your kids entertained? We have just the solution for you.
These funny books are critic and kid-approved and will keep your child smiling through the “boring” moments in life.
Encourage your students to pursue big dreams in an exciting way!
By reading engaging stories of inquisitive kids and important historical figures, children get excited about becoming engineers, inventors, scientists, and mathematicians!
Moreover, they feel celebrated for their natural curiosity and for asking questions.
Check out these 10 inspiring, diverse, STEM-related books to get your students thinking like scientists.