23 Reasons to Read Printable Poster

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Why do we read?

I spent some time thinking about this . . . and how we want our kids to read for so many reasons. Reasons such as . . .

to imagine
to understand
to dream
to discover
to meet
to empathize
to grow

. . . there are so many reasons, aren’t there?

I wrote the “23 Reasons to Read” printable poster for you, your kids, your classroom, and your friends.

Reasons to Read

Use this poster to nurture your child’s love of reading as well as your own. Consider how you can facilitate reading experiences for each of the reasons.

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If you need book recommendations, you’re talking to the right person. It’s my favorite thing getting kids hooked on good books. You’ll find my gazillion book reviews for each age linked below:

Book Lists By Age

Books for 1st graders, 5- and 6- year olds
Books for 2nd graders, 7-year olds
Books for 3rd graders, 8-year olds
Books for 4th graders, 9-year olds
Books for 5th graders, 10-year olds
Books for 6th graders, 11-year olds
Books for 7th graders, 12-year olds
YA Books

*Thank you to my daughter J Taylor for her gorgeous art on this poster!! 

Now, I’m wondering, what is your favorite reason to read?

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  2. read “to relax” : ) love reasons to read…… Poster will be the reason “to understand “for non-readers ; )