The purpose of this post is to give you some ideas on how to make reading fun for your child. If there's something not listed here, that you do to make reading fun, please let me know!
The Screen Actors Guild produces fantastic videos where parts of the page come alive, there is movie-like music accompanying it too. The actors vary their voices, which makes the stories come alive.
Follow the Learning Ally's Pinterest board containing pins of books that are read by voice over professionals. The Learning Ally is a US not-for-profit organisation helping people with visual and learning difficulties such as dyslexia, achieve educational success.
Follow up activity
Your local library
Your local library may have fun events on during the school holidays. Check their website for the information in the lead up to the holidays.
Stage Shows and Puppet Theatres
Participate in events
Growing Readers Course
This blog post was created with excerpts from our FREE "Growing Readers" Course. The 8 week course's goal is to establish a regular reading routine with your child.
Week 1 - The benefits of reading
Week 2 - Settling your child
Week 3 - Seeing and touching the book
Week 4 - Time and comprehension
Week 5 - Basic language skills
Week 6 - The research
Week 7 - Ways to make reading really fun
Week 8 - Final tips