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.
Interactive Read Aloud - A Year's Worth Great Read Alouds
Interactive Read Aloud - Get a year's worth of great read alouds for one awesome price! Use this 200+ page resource with your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade classroom or home school students. You get a preview, interactive talking points, written response, & graphic organizer for comprehension practice for EACH story! Great for engagement, understanding of the text, comprehension strategies, literacy concepts, and vocabulary. Click through to see all the books you'll be using.
I think this would be a good idea for the interactive read aloud because each sticky note gets the students to think more about what they have read. For example asking them to think aloud would have them work together and collect idea.
Shared reading and interactive read aloud are both important parts of balanced literacy. This graphic explains the difference in a simple manner. Knowing the difference between the two is key to implementing reading strategies.
Interactive Read Aloud -Bad Case of Stripes, My Lucky Day, True Story 3 Pigs