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   1000 Books Before Kindergarten

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Children whose parents read and talk to them will know more words by age two than children who have not been read to.  Studies show a child’s vocabulary is directly linked to success once they start school.  Just one book a day adds up fast!  One book a day means 365 books a year.  In less than 3 years, the child will have heard 1000 books.  Two books a day could accomplish the goal in less than 1 1/2 years.

How to Participate

  • Sign up for this free program and receive a free book bag.
  • Read to your infant, toddler, or preschooler as often as you can.
  • Keep track of the titles of the books you read.  You can use a spiral notebook, reading log sheets, or any other method that you want.
  • Your child will receive a free book at the library for each 100 books you read to them.  So bring in your list each time a 100-book milestone is reached.  At the completion of this program, your child will have added 10 books to his or her home library.

Visit the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten website for additional resources.

Check out this list – Books Your Child Should Hear Before Kindergarten

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