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Interactive Read Alouds

Here is a quick summary of Interactive Read Alouds before, during and after reading.

A fabulous Blog Post-Interactive Read Aloud lessons are a great way to teach your students reading strategies. Perfect for kindergarten, first and second grades, Interactive Read Alouds keep students engaged and learning. You'll be amazed at the amount of CCSS met by doing them. Take a look to see the 5 easy steps for planning your own.

How to Plan an Interactive Read Aloud in 5 Easy Steps

Interactive Read Aloud lessons are a great way to teach your students reading strategies

Want to make your interactive read alouds more interactive? Here are some ways to get your students to engage and interact with one another.

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.

3 Ways to Prepare for an Interactive Read Aloud.  3 awesome ways to get ready for an Interactive Read Aloud and it's activities are shared.  Makes them easy to do with your primary students.

3 Ways to Prepare for an Interactive Read Aloud

3 Ways to Prepare for an Interactive Read Aloud. 3 awesome ways to get ready for an Interactive Read Aloud and it's activities are shared. Makes them easy to do with your primary students.

Tons of read aloud lessons for your FAVORITE picture books! Lessons include stopping points and scripted questions great for subs

Read Aloud Lessons

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.

One page read aloud lessons for 64 of your favorite picture books! Just print and you have a lesson at your fingertips!

Interactive Read Aloud Lessons!

Interactive read aloud lessons have completely changed my Reader's Workshop in first grade. These planned, and purposeful lessons let students read closely

Printable one page lessons for 64 of your favorite books! Scope and sequence of skills included

Read Aloud Lessons

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Using sticky notes for Interactive Read Alouds.  Learn why this is one of the best ways to use sticky notes in your classroom.  A blog post by Our Elementary Lives on Primary Punchbowl.

Using Sticky Notes for Interactive Read Alouds

Just like most students, my students love a great read aloud.  And I love reading great books to them.  I also feel the pull of packing in all that I can into every moment I have with them.  I use my

Interactive Read Aloud Tips (Conversations in Literacy)

Just like most students, my students love a great read aloud. And I love reading great books to them. I also feel the pull of packing in all that I can into every moment I have with them. I use my

Interactive Read Alouds are my newest passion I think and I was so thrilled to share my excitement with you all last night.  It was far from perfect, but hopefully you could glean some new ideas.  As promised, here is a recap and my attempt to answer many of your questions. BRACE yourself… this is...Read More »

Ready for Interactive Read Alouds? FREE unit and Webinar REPLAY

Interactive read aloud with webinar replay. How can you teach for deep comprehension? Reading comprehension is taught through an interactive read aloud.

Use these print and go #ELA activities with these three picture books in your classroom! #readaloud $4

Interactive Read Aloud -Bad Case of Stripes, My Lucky Day, True Story 3 Pigs

This is a creative packet that consists of three books. It is meant to help guide students with specific reading and comprehension. It also focuses on major components of a story.

Shared reading and interactive read aloud are both important parts of balanced literacy. This graphic explains the difference in a simple manner.

How to Implement Shared Reading

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.

Books and lessons for interactive read aloud in grades K-2!

Interactive Read Aloud in 1st Grade

Interactive Read Aloud Lessons for First Grade - Susan Jones Teaching

Back to school read alouds, read aloud lessons, interactive read aloud

August and September Read Alouds

My favorite time of day is read aloud in the classroom. All my students sitting around and enjoying a story together. As the teacher, I always like to choose rich texts with tons of learning opportuni

Read Aloud Lessons - TGIF! - Thank God It's First Grade!

Read Aloud Lessons

Teach Your Child to Read - Read Aloud Lessons - TGIF! - Thank God Its First Grade!Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Interactive Read Aloud Tips | Conversations in Literacy | Bloglovin’

Interactive Read Aloud Tips (Conversations in Literacy)

Interactive Read Aloud Tips | Conversations in Literacy | Bloglovin’

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