Reading can be fun! So to help, on this page you'll find
storytime videos, book reviews, articles, blog posts, and more regarding reading!
Story Books - Full stories, free to read. Joana Ribokaite, Ducklings newest freelance writer, loves to write stories that follow the lives of various animals. These can be found by clicking on the titles below:
Storytime - Videos of the amazing Ducklings team reading your favourite books!
Dance and Sing along to - Videos of the amazing Ducklings team singing out great stories and songs. Come join and dance along!
Activities - Let's put your reading and writing skills to the test!
Articles - Research on why reading is so key, especially for children!
Learning can still be fun! So let's continue reading at home, with these activity worksheets: The missing letter activity, tracing letter activity, and label the body part activity.
Become more familiar with the alphabet by downloading and colouring these letter sheets and identifying the items around them.
Come listen to Miss Tasha read The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle! Click here
Come listen to the lovely Wendy read The Three Little Pigs by Mara Alperin while sitting at the Shenley allotment! Click here
Listen to Miss Lisa read Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Mara Alperin and Kate Daubery! Click here
Come listen to Ali Duck read Kipper and the Blue Balloon by Mike Inkpen! Click here
Come listen to Miss Steph read The Gruffalo by Eric Carle! Click here
Come listen to Miss Steph read The Gruffalo's Child by Eric Carle! Click here
Come listen to Ali Duck read Little Rabbit Foo Foo! Click here
Article: 10 Reasons Why Reading Is Important for Children
Fantastic article by Annabelle Short, please find it here: https://www.imagineforest.com/blog/10-reasons-reading-important-kids/
Fantastic article written by Charlotte Walters on our Blog, about the importance of reading, and how to encourage your child to love reading more at home, please find it here.
This article is located on our blog, please find it here. The article lists red flags and indicators to look out for when watching your child read, and discusses how to get help if you believe your child is struggling with reading.