One of the most powerful ways to develop your child's literacy skills is also the simplest: talk with your kids! Regular, meaningful conversations help kids learn new words and understand how to listen, and provide opportunities to share their own stories and ideas. When caring adults talk to kids about the world — explaining how a recipe works or the rules of baseball — they are planting seeds of knowledge that will grow as kids become independent thinkers, readers and writers.
How to Raise a Reader at Age Two
Princess Naila and the Super Readers Find the Treasure!
The Super Readers are on a treasure hunt. While figuring out the secret message, your child can learn about hieroglyphics.
Lovely Letter Match Up
Your child can practice letter and sound knowledge with this Super Why memory matching game featuring Princess Presto.
Your child can help three puppies find bones using their listening and direction following skills in this game with brand new words.
Neighborhood Clean Up
Daniel, Katerina, and their neighbors work together to clean up their playground. Your child can learn about recycling, community involvement, and reading skills in this story.
Play In the Park with Skits
Martha defines "agricultural," and your child can play "In the Park with Skits" online to learn more vocabulary.
Princess Reese is Unique
In this clip, Woofster defines the word "UNIQUE" to assure Princess Reese that it's okay to be her own person.
Making a book of accomplishments can help your child see tasks and goals that have been completed and make new goals to add to the book in the future.
Inventors are often inspired by nature when they invent! Your child can learn how nature has inspired different inventions, and learn new vocabulary words along the way.
Martha and Skits search for missing kittens in this clip where your child can learn about the words "SECURE," "COMFORT," and "ATTACK.
WordGirl is flying through a maze of words! Your child will fly WordGirl through the maze to identify and collect synonyms to solve the maze.
Bear has a room full of words! Help your child find hidden words in the room and spell them together with Bear.
Raise a Reader with Sesame Street
On this very special street, children learn early language and literacy skills such as letter knowledge, vocabulary, and reading and writing fundamentals.Find Activities