4 Tips to Help You Make Time to Read Aloud Everyday

There is no doubt about it. If you’re a teacher, your schedule is jam packed, and you probably won’t get to everything that’s on your lesson plans. That’s just how it goes. Read aloud time if often the thing thing thatĀ gets bumped. Here are some tips to help you make time in your schedule everyday to read aloud to your […]

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4 lesser-known dr. seuss books

While doing a little Seuss research at our local library last week, I came across a few of Dr. Seuss’s lesser-known books. I say lesser-known, because they were all books that I had not previously read. (Maybe you have already discovered their greatness? And I am the only one who was living under the Seuss rock?) I decided to read […]

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Martin Luther King Jr. Freebie

We will soon be honoring the birthday of the great Martin Luther King Jr. There are tons of biographies of Martin Luther King Jr. for all reading levels. Here are some that are great for elementary students. Depending on the level of your students, you may read these aloud, have them read independently, or use these as resources for research. […]

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midweek list: a very Patricia Polacco Christmas

I was never good at all of the cute holiday crafts in my classroom, but one thing I loved about December is the assortment of holiday books to read aloud and enjoy with my students. I tried to read at least one a day. Patricia Polacco is one of my favorite authors for children. Her books are just so real, […]

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