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  • Ask your child to “act out” a book for you. If a character is sad, ask your child to make a sad face. If a character jumps up and down, encourage your child to jump up and down. 
     

  • Let your child tell you a story. Ask your child to make up a story to go with the pictures in a book.
     

  • More activities (printable)

READING
  • Read your world! Read aloud signs, labels, menus and more as you travel through your day.
     

  • Read funny books and use silly voices. Everyone loves to laugh.
     

  • Go to the library and let your child pick out books to take home.
     

  • Some children love to sit and listen; some children need to move. Choose books with action for children who love to wiggle.
     

  • Try these titles: How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? by Jane Yolen, First the Egg by Laura Vaccaro Seeger, Round is a Mooncake: A Book of Shapes by Roseanne Thong

Activities You Can Do Today
19 - 36 Months​