Have you read something yet with one of your kids today?
While I hope that on any given day that answer would always be a resounding 'Yes!", today it's even more special–it's Read Across America, which has been celebrated since 1998 on March 2 in conjunction with Theodore Seuss Geisel's (Dr. Seuss) birthday. It's basically an National Education Association (NEA) sponsored pep rally for reading.
For lots of reading activities go to Random House Children's Books page Seussville.com …though skip it today, because the site'll probably be a bit slow due to all the NEA traffic.
Here are the NEA's 6 Ways to Raising Good Readers (with exposition by Moi):