Read Right Now! EASTER

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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!


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Its Easter Little Critter MercerMayer
Listen to Mercer Mayer read It’s Easter Little Critter – Little Critter is very excited on Easter morning. He wakes up to find a present from Mom and Dad—a bunny named Egg. But there is much to be done before Little Critter can go out and play. Join Little Critter as he makes Easter baskets and cards, paints Easter eggs, and more.

More FREE Online Reading:


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Websites:

Movies:
Maxes Chocolate Chicken

Hoopla LogoHow to Download  movies from Hoopla with Your Library Card. What’s My PIN?

Crafts & Activities:

Pinterest Easter 450

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Easter B is for Basket Easter Six Easter Eggs Easter Book Easter Counting Book

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How to Download Music from Freegal or Hoopla with Your Library Card. What’s my PIN?Easter Songs for ChildrenHoopla LogoFreegal Headphones 150


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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 to small children:

Talking InfoGraphic


Favorite Books for Easter:

He Is Risen Rechenkas Eggs The Golden Egg Book The Country Bunny
The Easter Beagle

Favorite Bunny Books:

Benjamin BigCarrot Hungry MoonRabbit

Bunny eBooks & eAudio:

BoyBunny RabbitsDuck RabbitsGift RabbitsSee
RabbitsSpotty RabbitsTen

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