|Ben, DCM staff, reads |
Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?
by Margaret Wang to a group of children in
our Family Resource Center
Adding art or craft activities can aid in a better understanding of a story. Arts or crafts can lead to engaging conversation that may enhance comprehension. Try accompanying the activity with discussion about the story that was read. Ask, “What was your favorite part of the book?” Or, “Do you remember what happened when…”
Also, spring is a great time to read the Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. The colors are vibrant, the story is explorative and the art work jumps from the page. Take a look at the popular website pinterest for activities that can make this story come to life.
Whatever you might do, enjoy where reading takes you!
is Early Learning Specialist for DCM.