Reading Lists
Playing

Symbolic play (using one object to represent another), dramatic play (acting out and retelling stories) and roleplaying help to develop language. The following books ...
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Reading

Reading together, or shared reading, remains the single most effective way to help children become proficient readers. The following books will help your child to de ...
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Recommended Reads

This summer let's cheer each other on as we achieve our personal best. We can play on a team, knowing we’re better together, or play on our own to see how far we can ...
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Singing

Singing slows down language so children can hear the smaller sounds in words. Check out these books that can be sung. 



Talking

Talking with children helps them learn oral language, one of the most critical early literacy skills. The following books promote language development by encouraging talking and conversation. 



TDSRC Recommended Reads

The TD Summer Reading Club gratefully acknowledges the contributions of The FOLD and GoodMinds.com in compiling this list.



Writing

Writing and reading go together. Writing helps children learn that letters and words stand for sounds and that print has meaning. The following books encourage child ...
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