Play out the actions in a book!
Pre-school children are often full of questions! Did you know that it’s just as important to ask them questions too?
When reading books with actions words, try acting out the actions to make the book interactive for the child.
For example, when you read “clap your hands if you are happy”, clap your hands!
When you read “Sam reached way up high to the sky”, have the child reach as high as they can!
This is a great way to keep children engaged in the story and help with reading comprehension.