Every classroom is full of young readers and encouraging them to keep reading and learning is one of our most important goals.
Finding 1 way to encourage reading can be hard enough, let alone 9 ways to encourage reading. That's why we did it for you.
However we can encourage a young reader to open a book and discover the world of reading, Children's Book Week encourages you to do it.
Every year on April 23rd, World Book Night brings people from all backgrounds together to celebrate books and reading.
National Young Readers Week challenges literacy to grow throughout schools everywhere. Grab a book in the second week of November and get reading!
January recognizes the legally blind and visually impaired for National Braille Literacy Month. The observance raises awareness of the importance of Braille to the blind and visually impaired community.
Dyslexia Awareness Month in October seeks to raise awareness and share the tools to increase better reading skills.
Families gather around to observe National Family Literacy Day on November 1st. Families who read together succeed together.
National Read A Book Day invites everyone to locate their favorite book by title or author and do some reading! It's the perfect way to end your day.
National Mother Goose Day on May 1st each year honors Mother Goose and the imaginary author of a collection of fairy tales and nursery rhymes we loved as children.