10 Everyday Ways to Keep Your Child Reading While Having Fun
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Have Family Mad Libs Nights
Who doesn't love a family game night? Mad Libs are a fun grammar activity that anyone ages 9 and up will love "playing." Mad Libs are books full of silly fill-in-the-blank stories that help kids learn adjectives, verbs, nouns, exclamations, and other parts of speech. Modify it for your younger child by simply asking for action words, or a person, place, or thing to complete the tale.
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