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Family Reading Activities

DAILY READING

Reading at home is an important daily activity for children.  It is lots of fun and will keep you busy during Lockdown.  Make sure you read at least one book together and that adults and children both join in with the story!

 

Questions to ask children every time you read a book together:

What is the title of the book you are reading?

What is an author?

Who is the book's author?

What is an illustrator?

Who is the book's illustrator?

Who are the characters in the story?

What happens at the beginning of the story?

What happens in the middle of the story?

What happens at the end of the story?

 

OXFORD OWL READING BOOKS

You can read the Oxford Owl library books for free online.  There are lots of fiction and non-fiction books to choose from.

There's a Monster in Your Book

Grumpy Frog | Read by Ed Vere | Time For Stories | 4 Minute Extract

Tabby McTat by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

Story time for Kids: I Want to Go First | Oxford Children's Books

Visit the Oxford Owl website for lots more storyteller books.

📚 THE WAY BACK HOME - OLIVER JEFFERS

The way back home - Oliver Jeffers - Story time read aloud for kids - books for KS1 children. This read aloud book for kids is a perfect book for key stage 1...

Can I be your Dog by Troy Cummings

Supertato by Sue Hendra

The Very Quiet Cricket by Eric Carle

The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr

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