As you read a story to your child, stop to discuss what is happening in the pictures and how they relate to the words of the story. When you ask your child questions about the story, give him or her time to think and answer you. By allowing time to process the story and retell what is happening, you will be practicing narrative skills. When you read different versions of fairy tales and fractured fairy tales, your child is learning different ways to tell stories.
–Tip by Laura B., Youth Technology Librarian