Every Child Ready to Read® @ your library® is a program of the Association for Library Service to Children and Public Library Association, divisionsof the American Library Association. Every Child Ready to Read® @ your library® is a registered trademark and is used with permission. 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, Playing, Writing, Singing & Talking. 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!
||Read Nature's Colors - Improve observation and recognition skills. Read and hear the story in English. Hear the story in Spanish or one of 13 other languages!|
||Read It's Fall! Read and hear the story in English. Hear the story in Spanish or one of 13 other languages!|
||Read Leaf of Absence - Clifford, Cleo and T-bone play in the leaves.|
||Print, Color and Read the Mini Book: An Autumn Day.|
- Wonderopolis - Why Do Leaves Change Color? - click audio for read aloud.
- PBS Kids Poem: "Autumn" by Jenna from Arthur
- PBS Kids Poem: "Autumn" by Fern from Arthur
- Read Right Now! eReading Room for Kids
- Ready to Read: Story Apps for Kids
- Ready to Read: Free Online Stories Read Aloud
IndyPL Ready to Read Pinterest Board: Apples - activities, online games, printables, crafts & more!
- Printable: Letter Tracer L is for Leaves
- Printable: Arbor Day Letter Tracers about Trees
- Printable: Practice Tracing Lines Fall Leaves
- Printable: Football Placers Tracer
|Free Freegal Apple Song Music Downloads
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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:
More Ways to Practice Talking:
Zero to Three: Tips on Learning to Talk
New Fall Picture Books:
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