Increasing the literacy rate for children K-6 help their ability of learning to read. These positive skills are applied later on as they read to learn. Here is a series of good reading slogans used to increase encouragement and good reading habits. These currently exist and have been used by others for the purpose of raising awareness towards children reading.
A book a day keeps boredom away.
Anyone who says they have only one life to live must not know how to read a book.
Be the MVP of reading.
Better read than dead.
Blast Off with Books.
Books: Food for the Brain.
Born to read.
Dig into reading.
Dive into a good book.
Dream big, Read.
Each Book You Read Adds a New Shelf to Your Brain.
Edible books for your mind.
Enter a different world – read!
Expand your mind, read a book.
Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.
Feast your eyes on a good book!
Feel the Need …the need to READ!
Fight evil. Read books.
Find out more about the world you live in, Read.
Fly high into knowledge.
Free your imagination, and the journey begins.
Get Book Smart.
Get lost in a good book.
Get on board and read.
Give a hoot. Read a book.
Give the Give of Love – Read to Someone.
Having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a library card.
I read my readings and I wrote my writings.
I support reading united!
I’m on safari – read!
If the book fits, read it.
If you can read this, Thank a teacher.
If you can’t Read, you can’t Write.
If you read, you can succeed.
If you think reading is boring, you’re doing it wrong.
In order to succeed, you must read!
Knowledge is a seed that grows when you read.
Learn a ton, Reading is fun.
Let me Read you what I Wrote.
Let your imagination explore, Read more.
Listen to Your Children, Read to Your Children.
Make friends with a book!
Never judge a book by it’s movie.
No commercials in a book.
On your marks, get set, READ!
Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.
One world. Many stories.
Page by page, book by book, no need to wait, just take a look.
Quenching your thirst for good books.
Read – You’d be surprised what You find.
Read and write to become a more wholesome self.
Read for Fun, Fantasy, Fiction.
Read for Knowledge & Know How.
Read or Die.
Read Read Look Look What great things are in a book.
Read the fine print, Read between the lines.
Read to succeed Take A Look…Read A Book!
Read until the ink runs dry.
Read What You Write.
Read Your Child’s Writings.
Read Your Writings.
Read! Morning, Noon, and Night.
Read! You’d be surprised what you find.
Read! Young and Old!
Read, Lead, Succeed.
Read…It’s A Need You Can Feed!
Reading – Opening All to Self.
Reading feeds the Imagination.
Reading Grows on You.
Reading helps your seed of knowledge grow.
Reading is cool!
Reading is fun.
Reading is the key. Believe me!
Reading is the way to start each day.
Reading makes the world go round.
Reading Opens Doors!
Reading really matters.
Reading to Your Brain, is Like Eating to Your Stomach!
Reading/Writing – The Silent Explosion.
Reading: Travel the world, no gas required!
Reading…Do It for You!
Sail on a Sea of Books.
Score big with reading.
Sport for eyes- reading!
Tackle a good book.
Take a look, it’s in a book.
There’s a lesson every day and the Bible is the Way.
Those who lead love to read.
To exceed, you must read.
Today a reader. Tomorrow a leader.
Travel anyplace for free. Read.
Travel to the stars, Read!
Water your mind. Read.
We read to know that we are not alone.
Where do you want to go today? Find it in a book.
With books you can go places.
Write to Your Children.
Write Your Readings.
You’re never alone when you’re reading a book.
The infographic below outlines 10 easy tips to follow for helping to encourage children to read. Ensuring books are made available in every room will increase accessibility to ready materials and build interest.
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