123 Let’s Read Each month during the school year, teachers and students receive a new storybook, a gift to keep, along with a list of suggested activities to stimulate brain development, to build vocabulary and inspire imagination. If classrooms transition online learning, all students have the same books, making it easy for teachers to use the books and activities to create a bridge between school and home, and parents have the tools to nurture their budding readers. Red Book Bags To promote parent-child bonding and increase read-aloud time at home, RAR provides families of preschool and kindergarten children with more than 75 storybooks during the school year. Each week, children take home a red bag filled with four books to borrow and return for a new books the following week. Included are tips for parents on how to make reading together fun and engaging. Blue Bag Library Days Each spring, preschoolers to their RAR introduces local libraries so that they and their families can access books and other free resources. Children receive their own Raising A Reader library book bag and a library card to check out their first books.

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