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
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.
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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.
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
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...