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Daily Reading Routine

Grades: 3rd Grade, Kindergarten, Other
Subjects: Multilingual Learners, Reading, Home Learning

Student Instructions

1. 💬 Talk as a family about the reading routine you want to follow every day. Discuss these questions: - When is the best time for you to read? - What are some of the books you would like to read at home? - What ideas do you have for making reading really at home? 2. add Tap the add button. 3. drawing Write your name by the stars. 4. drawing Draw a picture of when you plan to read everyday. 5. mic Tap the mic and share your reading routine. 6. check Tap the check to add to your journal. 👨‍👧 Family Why: Research shows the importance of reading every day. Have a reading routine and look for lots of other daily reading moments. Car/bus/train trips, errands, stores, doctor/dentist offices, recipes, text and emails are all opportunities for reading. Make reading a priority and you will find it is easy to build your child's reading skills and stamina this summer.

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

Help students and families create strong reading routines at home. Encourage students to build an independent reading practice and to have families build a shared reading practice. Both are important for literacy growth and development. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.R.10