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Child's First Reading Book

ages 3-5


Supplies

Paper, glue

Activity Detail

Children often recognize logos from stores that you frequent. In fact, I remember that one of my son's first words was Costco. In the very early stages of reading, it is fun to make a book for your child that he can read without any help. Begin by finding logos from places that your child will recognize, cut them out and glue them into a book. For example, I have Target, Costco, Starbucks, and Carl's Jr. in my son's book. He cut out the names from bags, newspaper coupons and magazines. (This project is great for cutting skills too!) Glue the logos onto paper and make a book out of them. Allow your child to be creative and make this project truly his own. This is a book that your child will enjoy reading to you over and over again.

Comments

amyanddaniel said:

What a great way to build confidence in a beginning reader!

- Posted on Apr 1, 2008



beancuso said:

Don't forget the obvious ones like Cheerios, Kleenex and Jello! See if you can find something for each letter of the alphabet.

- Posted on Jul 1, 2008



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