15.11.2015

Chapter book read aloud first grade

This is the archive collection of every single one of our book lists, plus a few extra discussions about how books and literacy play an important role in our family life. For a list of all our book lists arranged by category visit our MASTER INDEX OF BOOK LISTS. April 25, 2016 Although am calling this a list of 2nd grade read aloud books, of of these chapter books are appropriate for more than just the 7-8 year old set, so please don’t feel limited. April 18, 2016 May is Asian-Pacific Islander American Heritage Month, and while of course you should be reading these books all year long, it is nice to have a dedicated time to remind ourselves to explore a unique heritage.
April 11, 2016 Long time readers (kiss kiss hug hug) may have noticed that I am not always the best with holiday type deadlines. March 28, 2016 This latest list of books about feelings is all about those emotions that make steam rise from the top of our heads. As every parent knows, some books just seem a bit meh but others demand to be READ ALOUD in a BIG VOICE.
This classic tale – a favorite of young readers since the 1940s – tells the story of Elmer, and his mission to rescue a stranded baby dragon from the not-entirely-safe-sounding ‘Wild Island’. When young Arthur is sent out to collect the family’s Thanksgiving bird, he instead returns home with a 266-pound live chicken on a leash. Read more about upcoming Book Trust events, the latest research in closing the literacy gap, and ways that you can ensure your students develop a love of reading. Getting to read aloud to them is such a sweet time – it’s quiet, calming, relaxing – and I just love watching them being read to by family and friends.
Our He-Twin (and She-Twin, too) LOVED The Tale of Despereaux and The Invention of Hugo Cabret.
My son is a few months older than your four and he loved the three book series of My Father’s Dragon and also really enjoys the Mystery Tree House series. My boys loved James and the Giant Peach, and they also really enjoy The Magic Treehouse series. Mouse and the Motorcycle, Winnie the Pooh, and a bear called paddington have been favorites over here (Sammy will be 5 next month).


Completely unrelated to this post… Last night my son was on my last nerve, possibly past that. I was making a list of some books I just got and came up with some other series for you: Polk Street School Kids, Pee Wee Scouts, Horrible Harry, and the Three Cousins Detective Club.
As the mama of quadruplet boys, Jen enjoys sharing the adventures, joys, challenges, and bloopers in parenting multiples.
These are picture books about anger, frustrations, general crankiness and grumpy no-can-do attitudes. While this story is now best known for the (admittedly fabulous) movie, nothing compares with the original novel.
Once on the island, Elmer ingeniously and comically disarms a parade of dangerous beasts, using only the knick-knacks (such as lollipops and rubber bands) from his knapsack.
John absolutely loves chocolate, so when everything he touches starts turning to the stuff he’s delighted.
From the very start (when it’s revealed James’ parents were ‘tragically eaten by a rhinoceros’), every young reader knows they’re in for a twisted treat. I dug Hardy Boys and the Bobbsey Twins — maybe that last one would be especially appropriate, considering there were two sets to make 4?
My boys are a little younger so all of our books would be uninteresting to them at this stage! My older son LOVES all of the Kate diCamillo (author of Tale of Despereaux) books…there are a ton & he has read them all! I also recommend the Roald Dahl stories mentioned, I would assume that Charlie and the Chocolate Factory would be right up your alley!
Hopefully 4tunate will be a blessing to your heart and home, as you are an encouragement to mine. Isaac is energetic, joyful, encouraging, and is an excellent listener (even when he’s not the one being spoken to). It was reeeeeeeellllly hard to narrow some of the countries down to just one book, but I managed.


Pretty much every ingredient that kids want in a story is here – magical landscapes, talking animals, scary villains, an irrepressible hero and even a cute dog. The black-and-white illustrations are charming, and the whole book still seems as fresh and original as the day it was published. What follows is classic Dahl – horrible aunts, magic crystals, exotic creatures and a big, dangerous adventure. They seem to really like it, and there are lots of them, so they’d hold you for a while.
Mouse, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, Stuart Little, Charlotte’s Web, Little House on the Prairie, or Shel Silverstein’s poems? If you’re looking for read-aloud book ideas for younger children, we have a review section for picture books at our site. It’s blistering fun from beginning to end, and (whisper it gently) just as much fun for the parents as kids. But it’s also a heartwarming story, struck through with fabulously expressive black and white drawings, that makes some good points about how families and pets should get along. I just finished reading The Mysterious Benedict Society to my fourth grade class, which is so exciting and great… and loooooooong (700-ish pages?). Best of all, there’s so much going on – frantic chases, shrieking witches, sparky conversations etc. And when he absent-mindedly kisses his mom things really start to unravel… You might expect a parable on ‘being careful what you wish for’ (which is exactly what this is) to get a bit preachy and moralistic, but the story just races along and never stops being laugh-out-loud funny. Aidan is just now starting the Underland Chronicles Series by Suzanne Collins (author of Hunger Games.) He is LOVING it!



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