Learning to read can be really difficult for some kids but it doesn’t have to be. We have a huge list of reading activities that are so much fun. If you need to learn something, why not learn through play?
These activities are great for kids of all ages starting with the early pre-readers.
200+ Learning To Read Activities
Here is a fun DIY project to make for your kids to help them learn word families that is fun and totally free!
Make this story cube game to form sentences and play a really fun story game.
Create words and sentences with a learning to read cootie catcher.
There’s an app for that! Here is what we think is the easiest way to learn spelling words.
Here’s a fun early learning activity you can make at home with extra water bottle caps!
This reading game for preschoolers is super cute and has them match lower and upper case letters.
Put learning and play together for a phonemic awareness activity that kids will really love.
Word family tic-tac-toe is yet another really fun reading game that kids can play.
Play a matching game by having your kids match each letter to an object that starts with the same letter.
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- Help your child learn to read with this sight word toys game.
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- Teaching your child to read can be made easier with these ready to read activities.
- This super cute bookmark craft for kids is a great way to keep your place in your favorite books.
- Make reading fun with this awesome early reading activity.
- Is your child very active? To active to sit and read? My child won t sit still either, but I found some books that they actually love enough to take some time to focus.
- Here are some ways on how to encourage kids to read!
- Need a break from reading? Try some of our other activities like these learning colors worksheets for 2 year olds.