Do you have a read-aloud list? As you might know, I LOVE books. There are so many I want to share with my students or kids I tutor. The list goes on for days. Now, I have a pretty incredible memory, but sometimes I cant think of that one book I want to read. Problem Solved- I have started a Read-Aloud list. Everytime, I hear of a book that would excite kids I add it to my list. I create a new list each year. As we all know children have different strengths and interests so a new list each year is the way to go. Before a book can be added to my list there are a few prerequisites.
1. I have to read it before it can be added to list
2. My students must not know a lot about the book. (I like sharing new books)
3. Grade/age appropriate
3a. Shares common interests- Student can relate to topic.
4. We can create wonderful engaging book conservations
Thank you reading. Please grab my copy of "Read-Aloud List". Click here or on the picture for your free copy. Post on instagram when you have started listing your wishes and tag @ramonarecommends
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What is your favorite read aloud? Share below in comments. I love learning about new chapter books and pictures books.
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