Here at Rebounderz, we have the fun aspect of child rearing covered with our Sunrise trampoline park. But there is so much more to raising a kid, and we know it can get stressful. That’s why it’s so important to take advantage of those little things that you and your kid can do together that is both fun and a great learning experience. One of the best activities for this is group reading. If you are looking for some material to get you started reading to your child, here is a list of great children’s books for you to choose from.
The Three Billy Goats Gruff
The Three Billy Goats Gruff, by Paul Galdone, is a charming and harrowing story of three billy goat brothers who have to cross a bridge owned by a hideous troll. With fantastic illustrations, you and your child will follow these goats raptly as they make their way to the sweet, delicious grass on the other side of the bridge.
Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
We thought we would stray from The Cat In The Hat and opt for another Seuss classic. Oh, the Places You’ll Go! is an ode to life, and all of its wonderful markers. If you want to experience the very best of Seuss, or even just need a pick me up, then this book is perfect for you and your little one.
What Do You Do With A Kangaroo?
This fun children’s tale written by Mercer Mayer uses a technique known as “dialogic reading” to encourage children to use their imagination and critical thinking to solve problems. Plus, you and your child will finally get to answer the age old question, what Do you do with a kangaroo?
If You Give a Moose a Muffin
The delightful sequel to If You Give A Mouse a Cookie, this gem by Laura Joffe Numeroff is a great way to expose your kids to a slippery slope. But really, who can eat muffins without jam? With beautiful illustrations by Felicia Bond, you and your child are sure to love this book.
This book by William Steig follows the brave exploits of a little girl named Irene. It is the perfect read for the child who could use a little boost of courage. A tale of resilience with a wonderfully delightful character, this book should be added to every child’s reading list.
The Rainbow Fish
This book by Marcus Pfister is great for teaching your kids the value of sharing. This internationally best selling story follows a beautiful fish who learns the value of friendship by sharing his most valuable possessions. Every page is decorated with beautiful illustrations that will keep you coming back to the story for enjoyment again and again.
Hopefully you were able to find a new story on this list for you and your child to enjoy. When your kids need to burn off some energy before reading time, our Sunrise, FL trampoline park is just the place for them to wear themselves out. Give us a call for information about our activities and attractions.