It’s time for a New Year and 2022 can’t come soon enough. #amiright I am ready for a new year and I’m ready for my first few days after winter break with my first graders. This New Year’s resolutions read aloud lesson plans and activities has everything you need for an interactive, engaging, and fun read aloud right after winter… Read More
Vocabulary is such an important skill to teach at any grade, especially to our bilingual learners. It is no surprise that I LOVE to use picture books and read alouds when teaching vocabulary in context. I’ve joined up with The Reading Crew to share comprehension strategies. Check out the link-in below for more great ideas and blog posts! Pin34Share47TweetEmail81 Shares
Interactive Read Alouds are seriously one of the best activities you can do in any classroom. Perfect for students kinder through high school. Check out this blog post with a collection of other blog posts to learn everything you need to know about Interactive Read Alouds. It includes reasons why you should do them, how to do them, how to plan them and more!