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TWERP by Mark Goldblatt-This will be a powerful read aloud for 5th grade and 6th grade classes. It will allow for discussion on making right choices even if it goes against the wishes of friends. I would put in a fourth grade library, and share with mature third graders.

215 Read Aloud Books and/or read to yourself books. Such a great list. I would add Dr Seuss books to the list. I'm such a huge fan of his books and my oldest really liked those when he was younger, now he's into chapter book series. :-)

Love this!!! Book Trailers... Hey I just met you, and this is crazy, but here's my trailer so read me, maybe!

Fun in Room 4Bfrom Fun in Room 4B

Book Clubs Have Begun :)

Fun in Room 4B: Book Clubs Have Begun :)

How to help your child learn to read |-links to 43 pages of letter identification book and 115 page printable of phonics games

The Picture Book Teacher's Edition: How I Spent My Summer Vacation by Mark Teague - Great back to school writing project with mentor text.

Lesson ideas using Some Smug Slug- for 5th grade. I used this and my fifth grade classes loved it!