Read to your children often and let your children read to you. When your child understands that reading is important to you, that value will manifest in their lives.
Make regular trips to the library. Allow each family member to apply for their personal library card.
Keep well supplied with reading material and have a special area in your home for books and for reading.
Talk to your children about books you may be reading, and have your children summarize their library books to you.
Have a special time for reading, whether it is in early morning at the kitchen table or right before bedtime.
Encourage children to write their own books. This is an excellent way to introduce technology skills such as copy, paste, and basic keyboarding.
If I had to select one of these tips over another, I would choose "Read to your children." Listening to parents read helps children with reading readiness skills such as phonemic awareness, sound differentiation, vocabulary distinction, comprehension, rhyming, as well as simple imagination and creativity skills. Most importantly the one-on-one time you spend with your children will be eventful and forever remembered by all.