From the Lifehack post:
1. Do As Elementary School Teachers Suggest Long Before You Meet Their Elementary School Teacher
2. Don’t Complain About Reading The Same Books Over And Over
3. Occasionally Read Them Something You Want To Read
4. Create Activities Around Elements In The Book
5. Or Just Try One Of These Titles
- Froggy Gets Dressed: A frog gets dressed as your kid giggles at the word “underwear.”
- Wolf!: A wolf learns to read to impress his new farmyard friends instead of eating them.
- The Day The Crayons Quit: Crayons not only have feelings; they’re tired of working for your kid.
- Possum Come A-Knockin’: A possum plays ding-dong-ditch on a family of G-droppin’ country folk.
- Where The Wild Things Are: An impish boy overcomes punishment with megalomaniac delusions.
But, mostly, you just need to make sure you kid sees a page at least as often as they see a screen. And talk funny when you read to them. Do that enough, and it should be smooth sailing.