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Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School from Teaching Fourth

Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School

Childrens books Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School from Teaching Fourth

Looking for read aloud suggestions for the upcoming school year? These teach compassion, acceptance, friendship, symbolism, rich discussion opportunities, and more. If you have not read a book on this list, you must RUN to the library and grab now!

Wonder by RJ Palacio: Wonder is so "hot of the presses" new. It's the first summer read that I finished (in just a few days and I .

first day of school - name map (with pictures of things you love) This would be a great way for a teacher to introduce themselves to a young class.

Cute idea to use with Kevin Henke's Chrysanthemum. I typically read Chrysanthemum the first week, talk about bullying/unkind words.

The Way I Act book for teaching social skills. Behavior management and manners.

Author: Steve Metzger Illustrations by Janan Cain Publisher& Website: Parenting Press Companion Book: The Way I Feel Interest Leve.

Alyssa Milano Responds To Jay Mohr's Post-Baby Fat-Shaming Jab In Classiest Way Possible

Alyssa Milano Responds To Post-Baby Fat-Shaming Jab In Classiest Way Possible

Spaghetti In A Hot Dog Bun: : Having the Courage to Be Who You Are by Maria Dismondy A great story about bullying and being exactly who you are despite what others say. Being courageous takes courage!

what a fun self portrait idea!  Trace your hands & feet, and then draw the rest of yourself.

Have kids trace their hands and feet on an 18 x 24 piece of paper. Then have them draw in and color the rest of their bodies to look like they are falling in space. Use our Infinity Markers for this fun project.

Use this book to teach 'predicting'. The poor rat keeps trying to keep you from turning each page, warning you that something dreadful will happen if you do. Each page has further clues. Children keep making more predictions based on the visual clues. What is Your Prediction?

First Grade Schoolhouse: What is Your Prediction? Do Not Open This Book! by Joy Cowley is a wonderful big book to promote the love of reading. It can be used to introduce making predictions and works well for shared reading.

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