Make Reading Fun with Books and Movies

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One of the best ways to start getting your kids ready to go back to homeschooling is to make reading fun this summer. Yet, not every child likes to read. Other kids struggle with reading. While some children would rather read than play with toys. It doesn’t matter how your kids feel about reading right now, reading is part of the education that they need. It is a subject that can not be avoided, thus making reading fun is very important for your child’s education.

Sometimes it is harder to get our kids to read in the summertime, because they’d rather be outside playing and enjoying the sunshine. This week I’m going to share some fun ways to get your kids reading this month in preparations to go back to homeschooling!

Make Reading Fun with Books and Movies - By Misty Leask

One of the ways that I am going to make reading fun in my homeschooling this month is with books and movies!

Kids love movies. This is an important fact that will help make reading fun for your kids!

There are so many movies that actually were books before they became a feature film! Many times, the books are actually better than the movie, but your kids may not be aware of that because they’ve never read the book!

You can make reading fun by using the books that became movies to help get your kids ready for back to homeschooling! 

Many families have a family movie night weekly, if you do, use it to your advantage! Get a copy of the book for your child prior to your family movie night and have them read it before they watch the movie. Be sure to grab a copy of our Free Family Movie Night Educational Packet to add some more learning to your fun family night!

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There are so many great books that have been made into movies and watching them together as a family can allow you discuss so many different topics, often things you never would have discussed otherwise. By requiring your children to read the book prior to watching the movie together, you’ll be able to help them learn how to compare the differences between the book and the movie, discuss whether they enjoyed the book or the movie most and much more!

Below are some great family movies which were actually books first! These are great options to help make reading fun for your kids this summer!

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

  

Robin Hood

 The Story of Robin Hood 

Cinderella

 Cinderella

Treasure Island

 

Little Women

 

The Wizard of Oz

Beauty and the Beast

  

The Wind in the Willows

 

Heidi

 

Alice in Wonderland

 

Misty Leask from Year Round Homeschooling

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