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Not only can it be hard to keep your kids occupied during these times, but it can also be tough to find resources for activities to do with them, all while keeping education in mind. We have put together a list of reading and literacy resources for you and your little ones to make learning easier while you’re at home.

Josh Gad – Olaf from Frozen – is doing daily children’s book readings on his Twitter account. The book choices and character voices are a sure way to keep your children entertained and engaged – you can check them out on his Twitter page here.

Scholastic is a great resource when it comes to looking for recommendations and activities to do with your kids while you’re at home. They have reading lists broken down by age so you can find the perfect read for you and your family.

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Lillypost is a fun way to discover new books, and they have a great variety of book club subscription boxes curated specially for kids. Starting at $21.95/month, get multiple books delivered directly to your door each month!

If you’re looking for some French resources, Bibliothèque et archives national du Québec is hosting daily virtual storytimes that can be accessed on your phone, computer, or tablet.

Heure du conte collects virtual story times on one platform for children to enjoy. Not only do they offer recorded story times, they also have many live readings every day.

Stay tuned for more resources to help spark kids’ creative learning!

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