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Books to Read Out Loud for Grades 3-6 So, this all leads to the question, what can you read to delight and inspire your students? I asked this question on facebook and had over 80 responses! Here is a list of their suggestions (along with a few comments from me). To find out more, click on the book title to go to Amazon.

Books to Read Aloud for Grades 3-5

Over 60 Teacher Suggestions for Books to Read Aloud for Grades Good reading list for kiddos or to re-read some great old books.

Interactive Read Aloud - Get a year's worth of great read alouds for one awesome price! Use this 200+ page resource with your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade classroom or home school students. You get a preview, interactive talking points, written response, & graphic organizer for comprehension practice for EACH story! Great for engagement, understanding of the text, comprehension strategies, literacy concepts, and vocabulary. Click through to see all the books you'll be using.

Interactive Read Alouds - A Year's Worth Picture Book Great Read Alouds

Interactive Read Alouds are an essential learning activity for any classroom. Learn how to do them in this blog post with an easy 4-step process. Perfect for comprehension, vocabulary and fluency instruction, your students are going to love this reading activity and so are you! Great for any grade, these lesson ideas are sure to become your new favorite activity.

How to Do Interactive Read Alouds

Interactive Read Alouds are an essential learning activity for any classroom. Learn how to do them in this blog post with an easy 4-step process. Perfect for comprehension, vocabulary and fluency instruction, your students are going to love this reading activity and so are you! Great for any grade, these lesson ideas are sure to become your new favorite activity.

3 Reasons Why You NEED to be Doing Interactive Read Alouds Blog Post-IRA reading lessons are a great way to teach your students reading strategies.  Perfect for kindergarten and first grade, Interactive Read Alouds keep students engaged and learning.  You'll be amazed at the amount of CCSS met by doing them.  Take a look to see why they are my favorite thing to do in my classroom.

3 Reasons Why You NEED to be Doing Interactive Read Alouds

Read alouds sorted by subject for the whole year with purposeful questions. Use to supplement, sub plans, use format to plan WW

Read Aloud Lessons

Teach Your Child to Read - Tons of read aloud lessons for your FAVORITE picture books! Lessons include stopping points and scripted questions great for subs - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Sign up and follow the blog Our Elementary Lives.  When you sign up you will get these Interactive Read Aloud Lesson Plans for FREE!  Perfect for your reading and writing workshop first, second or third grade classroom. Get tips, tricks and resources for your primary classroom.

Sign up and follow the blog Our Elementary Lives. When you sign up you will get these Interactive Read Aloud Lesson Plans for FREE! Perfect for your reading and writing workshop first, second or third grade classroom. Get tips, tricks and resources for your primary classroom.

Ten simple rules for teaching reading with an interactive read aloud. The ideas and activities in this post are great for teachers who want to use their favorite books and mentor texts as the main part of their reading lessons.

Ten Rules For An Effective Interactive Read Aloud

Ten simple rules for teaching reading with an interactive read aloud. The ideas and activities in this post are great for teachers who want to use their favorite books and mentor texts as the main part of their reading lessons.

These books are some of my favorite read aloud texts and lessons for teaching problem and solution and cause and effect. Head on over to the post for some ideas on how to use each book!

Read Alouds for Problem and Solution, Cause and Effect

Teach Your Child To Read - These books are some of my favorite read aloud texts and lessons for teaching problem and solution and cause and effect. Head on over to the post for some ideas on how to use each book! - Teach Your Child To Read

Interactive Read Aloud is a great way to add discussion and engagement to your elementary ELA classroom.

Engaging Students in Read Aloud

Interactive Read Aloud is a good way to model language, and reading conventions/fluency for students. It is great way to add discussion and engagement to your elementary ELA classroom.

Books for Teaching Synthesizing - This Reading Mama

Great Books for Teaching Synthesizing

Teach Your Child to Read - Books for Teaching Synthesizing by This Reading Mama - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Teach Your Child to Read - Download a FREE sample interactive read aloud lesson for A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and...Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future...

Teach Your Child to Read - Download a FREE sample interactive read aloud lesson for A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and...Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future...

Beekle read-aloud and activities for K-2 classrooms. The students love this!

This activity with "Beekle" is so much fun! It is a read aloud activity for early elementary classrooms that incorporates graphic organizers to assess reading skills.

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