Reading and Writing
Abby Cadabby loves reading! Read books and share stories with children every day!
Settling in for a story together can be a cozy and comforting experience for both kids and adults! Here are some stories to get you started.
Find resources, activities, and videos to help you and your family find ways to foster a love of reading.
Building a Reader
An interactive course that explores key literacy goals, strategies, and activities to support learning around language and literacy in children ages 2-5.
Creating Alphabet-Rich Environments
Alphabet recognition involves learning the names, shapes, and sounds of the letters in the alphabet, and it helps get kids ready for phonics learning. There are so many ways to introduce the alphabet to young children. Adding a little alphabet magic to your environment can be a great place to start.
Grover’s Story Circle
Help Grover and friends create a brand-new story and share it aloud.
Everyday Word Play
Tips to turn everyday activities into language-learning moments.
Let’s Make Up a Story
Sharing stories can build vocabulary and critical thinking skills—and it’s a great way to bond and share family culture and traditions.
Looking at Books
Books are a great way to bond with children of all ages.
Creating a Reading-Friendly Environment
Enrich your child’s reading environment at home or in the classroom.
Choosing a Book
Learn the appropriate types of books for your child at different ages.
Tips for Reading Together
Enhance your child’s learning with these storytime strategies.
Discover more resources for parents, caregivers, and providers.
Explore the many ways to expand and grow a child’s vocabulary.
Curiosity is the key to learning. When you encourage children to ask lots of questions, you’re helping them build their natural curiosity and think like scientists.
Learning Through Play
Did you know there is a relationship between play and learning? Children love to play and, as they do, they’re exploring the world around them, building self-confidence, and practicing important skills crucial to brain development.