• Bedtime Is a Great Time to Read to Your Child!

    If You Have a Little Time, Read to Your Child.

     

         WebMD says that most preschool children need about 11 hours of sleep every day, including their naps. You know your child is getting a good night's sleep if they get up happy and refreshed, ready to go! What is most important is to establish sleeping routines and be consistent. Little kids thrive on schedules and bedtime works best when it is scheduled. 

         And remember, bedtime is a great time to read to your child –– and it is a also a super chance to practice their numbers, letters and colors just a little bit, too!

         If you help your child love reading books while they are little, they will be much better readers and students as they grow up!

     

    Click on any book below to have it read aloud page by page!

     

     

    A B C Book

     

    5 Little Ducks

     

    Kindness

     

    Wheels on the Bus

     

    One is a Snail. Ten is a Crab

     

    The Coral Reef

     

    The Ocean

     

    If you give a mouse a cookie

     

    Otis's Busy Day

     

    Up Tall & High

     

    Seen my dinosaur?

     

    Mousetronatut Goes to Mars

     

    We are the Dinosaurs

     

     

    Cinderella

     

    No such thing as a Dragon

     

    Runaway Bunny

     

    How to Catch a Star

     

    Goldilocks

     

    Chicka Boom

     

    Count with Maisy

     

     Hungry Caterpillar

    Red Hen

     

    Maisy Big, Maisy Small

     

    Twinkle I love you

     

    Pete's 4 Groovy Buttons

     

    Jack and Beanstalk

     

    Watermelon Seed

     Three Pigs

     

    Dinosaur Roar

     

    A Long Way Away

     

    Pete loves his white shoes