Add a time for reading into your daily schedule. Read TO your child sometimes. Some books flow best when a book is read without interruption. Read WITH your child sometimes. Allow them to interject and ask questions or make comments so they feel like they are "reading" as well. Read ALONGSIDE your child at times. Children will develop good reading habits if they see their parent(s) also enjoying a book of their own. Encourage your child to sit with you and "read" their own books. Quiet reading time is fun for all! No matter how you do it, sharing books and stories is an activity that will create fond memories!!
Songs and Movement Activities
Funny, Little Bunny
Funny, little bunny goes hop, hop, hop.
Funny, little bunny please stop, stop, stop.
Wiggle your ears and crinkle your nose,
Then, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle right down to your toes.
Storytime Craft Project
Wrap a juice box with white card stock or heavy paper. Add bunny features (shapes cut from colored paper) and google eyes/pompom tail. Alter the look by gluing the feet under the box, sticking out the front, or bending an ear forward for a floppy look, etc. Give your child(ren) permission to arrange things however he/she likes. The goal is having a fun experience, not a perfect end result.
Other Fun Ideas To Try: