Items to Help Your Child Read and Learn

These items are some of my favorites to help your child read and learn.  There are a variety of items to promote reading and help your child get hooked on reading (if they're not already)!



















There are so many ways to help your child read, but the truth of the matter is that he or she will tell you what works. You'll try just about anything to ensure that your child is a good reader, but it takes time and patience. Some kids just take off reading when they get out of the womb, and others take their own sweet time.

There are tons of tools and resources you can purchase and there's also a ton of resources that are free! Check out more information on how to help your child read on my Pinterest account,  and check out some of my other posts below that are full of tools, resources, and ideas:

Board Games and Other Aids Can Help Your Child Read

There are tons of board games, games you can just make up yourself, and other reading aids that can help your child read. Of course, your child's teacher will be the best resource yet! These games, gifts, and reading tools are fun and they help your child read!

Quiddler is a fun game for early readers. Ages 5 and older.



Pop for Sight Words is an easy game and helps build early literacy, increase vocabulary, and improve fluency. Ages 5 and older.




Snap it Up! is an exciting, fast-paced card game provides kids with hard-hitting practice in reading skills. For ages 6 and older.




This fun game was developed for beginning and struggling readers. It has won multiple awards and includes memory games, flashcards, and independent readers.




Apples to Apples is a fun game that contains 576 cards that players have to make crazy comparison while expanding their vocabulary and thinking skills. For ages 6 and older.


This classic game puts letters together, build words, add up your points and win!


Fast and fun. Players race against each other to build crossword grids and use all their letter tiles first. Great for travel.



Read With Me Scout is a cuddly companion that provides the perfect interactive introduction to reading. It has 5 interactive touch points, 70+comprehension questions, and books. It teaches comprehension, early vocabulary, and book and print basics.



LeapFrog Leapreader Reading and Writing System sounds out words, reads sentences and lets kids play games as they learn to read and write. Your child will build comprehension skills and vocabulary while using this fun learning tool.

What else can help you Child Read?

Responsibility Chart (give rewards for daily reading, chores, homework,etc.).You can write down the important things that need to get done and check them off when they're done. You can add fun rewards such as after 100 minutes of reading you'll take them for ice cream, let them stay up 30 minutes later, watch a movie, etc. You can also just use a calendar to keep track of this.

Just a few reasons to use Reading Guide Strips are they help a child to keep their place,  it helps with concentration, and is easy on the eyes. It also helps a variety of other reading issues. Kids love these and they really do help your child read! They also come in different colors!


Blue Toobaloo Auditory Feedback Phone - Accelerate reading fluency, comprehension, and pronunciation with a reading phone. The Auditory Feedback Loop is basically the process of saying what you hear and hearing what you say. This device accelerates reading, fluency, comprehension, and pronunciation. The younger kiddos like to use these!!

Phonics DVD Set is a set of 4 DVDs that break down various aspects of phonics such as consonant and vowel letter sounds, rhyming words, etc. It teaches the beginning and ending blends, long vowels, diphthongs, how to break down words phonetically, etc. etc. This is an entire phonics program.


Here are a few other ways to get your child reading, click here for even more ideas!

The Reading Lesson is a program that teaches young children to read in 20 easy lessons. It is designed as a step-by-step course for parents who want to teach their young children to read at home. The teaching method is based on phonics and key-word recognition, and with its innovative and guided approach, the 20 step-by-step lessons provide an easy-to-follow recipe for teaching children to read.

Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons is a complete, step-by-step program that shows parents simply and clearly how to teach their children to read. Twenty minutes a day is all you need, and within 100 teaching days, your child will be reading on a solid second-grade reading level. It's a sensible, easy-to-follow, and enjoyable way to help your child gain the essential skills of reading.


Sight Word Readers is a set of 25 little books that teach 50 of the most frequently used words in print! Kids will love these playful stories they can read all by themselves. Each story builds reading skills and confidence. Also included is a mini-workbook filled with easy how-to's, fun activities, and write-and-learn pages to give kids practice writing the words too. For use with Grades PreK-1.





What are Some Other Fun Suggestions to Help Promote Reading?


personalized reading pillow





Personalized Reading Pillow

Bookworm Book Label

Bookworm Book Label

Fun Reading Tent

LED Headlamp for Reading!

Reading Poster


Keep Calm Read On Poster for Bookworm and Nerds

Reading Apron

Eat. Sleep. Read. Adult Apron

I Love Reading T-shirt

Headlamp Flashlight for Nighttime Reading

read to me message toddler t-shirt

Read to me message-toddler t-shirt

Bear Reading Pillow

Funny Animal Bookmarks

Reading Rug

Girls Book Bag - personalized

All-New Fire HD 8 Tablet



Book Organizer
Reading Pillow

100 Fun & Easy Learning Games

"I Love Reading" stickers

"So Many Books So Little Time" bracelet

Boys Book Bag - personalized

Apple IPad Air



These products are to help kids become better readers or just to encourage kids to read! They all promote the love of reading and they also make great gifts! As always, please feel free to leave a comment or question below or email me at or