*Read together. is a great activity. It not only teaches your child that reading is important to you, but it also a chance to talk about the , and often other will come up. Books can really open the lines of between and child.
*Hit the . Try finding library or interests in your family's or child's life, and then reading them together. For example, read a book about going to the prior to your child's next , or get some seashore life after a trip to the coast. If your child is obsesses with dragons, ask your librarian to recommend a good dragon novel for your child.
There are many ways to include reading in your life, starting in babyhood, and through the teen years. Focus on literacy activities that your child enjoys, so that reading is a treat, not a chore.