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Early literacy begins at home with the adults in a child's life. Use IndyPL's Read Right Now! pages to have fun at home doing the five things that build early reading skills: Reading, Singing, Playing, Talking & Writing. Find books to read, songs to listen to, games to play, crafts to make and more! Things you can do RIGHT NOW, at home - no waiting!


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Read Right Now! Max's ABC - Everybody's favorite bunnies are back, starring in their very own ABC book. Max's ants have escaped from their farm! Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue. (To read books on wegivebooks.org, set up a free username and password.)
Made for Computers (Sorry - but wegivebooks do not work on the iPad yet!)
ABCLettersInTheLibrary TumblebookCircle75
Read Right Now! ABC Letters at the Library - Introduces children to both the alphabet and the library, through descriptive, alliterative language. ABC Letters in the Library puts a fresh new spin on the traditional ABC lesson. It's the ABC's for Bookworms-to-Be.
Made for computers. (You can view SOME Tumblebooks on the iPad at Tumblebook Libary for iPads & Tablets.)
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Read Right Now! A Apple Pie - This book introduces the letters A to Z while following the fortunes of an apple pie.
Made for iPad 50 or computer
AlphabetFun UniteForLiteracy75
Read Right Now! Alphabet Fun Read and hear the story in English. Hear the story in Spanish or one of 13 other languages!
Made for iPad 50 or computer

More Reading:


Singing
Free Freegal Alphabet Song Music Downloads
with your IndyPL Library Card! Details

Freegal Notes 200

Playing
26 Ways to Exercise Through the Alphabet 100 Kids Activities Blog Alphabet Garden 100 Toddler Approved Egg Matching Dirt
Swat The Alphabet 100 Hands On As We Grow Alphabet Squish 100 I Can Yeach My Child  Alphabet Rocks 2  Activity Mom

More Ways to Play with the Alphabet:


Talking

The more words children hear, the more words they learn, the better prepared they are to read! Here are some tips for talking about letters:

Talk Letters

More Ways to Practice Talking:

Zero to Three: Tips on Learning to Talk


Writing

Activities to practice writing the alphabet letters:

Salt Tray Teach Preschool  Handwriting Fun  Posh Divas  Road Racing  Playdough Plato
Jan Brett D Tracer 100 Jan Brett World Bubble Guppies 100 Bubble Guppies 2 Dora's Writing Paper 100 Dora Logo
More Practice Writing the Alphabet:

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