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NEW! Grandma Bubbles Books for Young Readers!

Teaching your preschooler to read? Grandma Bubbles has written some original, fun, colorful books that contain engaging stories that will keep your reader wanting to come back for more.

Jump in with Kit and Glug and teach your child how fun reading can be!

Click on the picture below or visit Grandma Bubbles' site at

My preschool girls love reading Grandma Bubbles Books. Click here to see them read a few pages from the Kit and Glug series.

Here are some other products to help your child in their reading adventure:


Preschool Resources

Book Suggestions

Here are some great books that are full of activities and ideas for toddlers and preschoolers!

Favorite Websites


When my daughter was 2 1/2 years old I taught her how to use a mouse. I then set her loose on It is full of learning activities for kids. My daughter knew all of her letters and sounds long before she was 3, thanks to this site.

Starfall also has Learn-to-Read phonics books that you can purchase to help your child's reading skills develop even further.

Other Preschool Websites

Learning Activities


Before entering Kindergarten a child should be able to:

Check out the latest reading ideas from the NEW ideasforpreschoolers blog!


NEW! Grandma Bubbles Books for young readers

Grandma Bubbles has written and illustrated some cute, fun, colorful, engaging stories to get young kids excited about reading.

I sometimes have a hard time getting my 4 year old motivated to read. It seems like a battle every time I suggest she try to read a word or two. She loves to read Grandma Bubbles Books, however, and will pull them out on her own to read to her younger sister.

Her younger sister (age 3) is also learning how fun reading can be with these books.

Here is a video of them reading together.

Here are some other reading books, some of which you can make on your own:





I've already started my 3 year old on this Hooked on Phonics Kindergarten reading program. I love how it walks the parents and children through step by step.

If your child does not know his or her letters and sounds yet, you can start with the Preschool Hooked on Phonics Program.

I love this product! It's a chart that you can hang on the wall that has a pocket for each letter of the alphabet as well as large clear pockets at the top. It comes with 212 letter and picture cards. There are several games and activities the child can do with these cards and chart including picture/letter match, rhyming, picture word scramble and many more.