Reading aloud

Discover a collection of captivating books that are perfect for reading aloud to children. Share the joy of storytelling and create lasting memories with your little ones.
Reading Comprehension, Reading, Pre K, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Intervention, Reading Instruction, Teaching Reading

Hey there! Jen Bradshaw here from TeacherKARMA.com Teachers, can you believe that you actually have to tell your students to THINK WHILE THEY READ? Reading is Thinking Resource has the perfect anchor chart for working on: predict infer visualize make connections question the text summarize Grab your FREEBIE over at Teacher KARMA. Best wishes! Jen Bradshaw You Might ... Read More about READing is THINKing – Comprehension Anchor Chart

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Michelle Castillo
Reading aloud to children of all ages is so important. Some teachers and families don't make time for read aloud because of busy schedules, lack of books, or because their kids can already read independently. If that sounds familiar, here are some read aloud tips to make this time work in the classroom or at home. Reading Resources, Ideas, Reading Comprehension, Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tips, Elementary Reading, Interactive Read Aloud, Reading Skills

Reading aloud to children of all ages is so important. Some teachers and families don't make time for read aloud because of busy schedules, lack of books, or because their kids can already read independently. If that sounds familiar, here are some read aloud tips to make this time work in the classroom or at home.

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Stories by Storie
Fitting a read-aloud into your daily schedule can be tricky! I'm sharing some tips and tricks that worked for me when it came to planning a read aloud. There are so many things to teach in the elementary classroom, that a class book can be pushed aside. Read-alouds are so beneficial to our students though. These tips will even help you save time! Reading Resources, Reading Comprehension, Reading Strategies, Reading Intervention, Elementary Reading, Reading Lessons, Reading Comprehension Lessons, Reading Comprehension Lesson Plans, Reading Comprehension Activities

Do you want to be able to read more books aloud to your students? Is your read-aloud the first thing to get bumped on a busy day? This was me too! Until I started intentionally planning a read-aloud in my classroom. Here are some things that worked for me and how I think they can

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The Colorful Apple