Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/readingw/public_html/wp-content/themes/tz_hoarder_v1.0.1/framework/zilla-theme-functions.php on line 141
read aloud Archives - Page 2 of 2 - Reading with Bean

Дървен материал от www.emsien3.com

Дървени греди за покрив

All posts tagged read aloud

Book Notes: Sylvester and the Magic Pebble

The Gist —

Sylvester finds a magic pebble that makes every one of his wishes come true. One day he accidentally makes a wish that turns him into a rock. 

Read more…

Choices, Choices.

White or wheat? Cronut or donut? Matt or Ben?  Ah…the great choices of the 21st century.  Read more…

Word-Y Wordless Wednesday: Book Wizards Do Exist!

Yes, I am a Lord of the Rings super-fan. I usually don’t let it cross into my children’s literature superhero life, but I couldn’t resist today.

Read more…

Helping Reluctant Readers

You may have a reluctant reader in your home. It’s ok! Every reader is reluctant at some point in time. A reluctant reader is a child who doesn’t enjoy reading or want to read.
Read more…

Use the Pictures.

There are some unbelievable picture books out there. Read more…

Quick Picks 3: Picture Books for the HALLOWEEN Weekend

It is the Friday before Halloween, so we need to have some Halloween fun with picture books!  Read more…

Book Notes: Baby Penguins Everywhere

The Gist –
A mama penguin discovers that having babies Read more…

Quick Picks 2: Picture Books for the Weekend

Did you know that October is National Pizza Month? Time to celebrate! Read more…

Quick Picks: Picture Books for the Weekend

Want FIVE awesome picture books for the weekend? Read more…

The Read Aloud: Develops Habits

Habits. How many habits, bad or good,  do you have? Our days are made up of habits.  Read more…

The Read Aloud: Model Fluency

Ever wondered what fluency is? Read more…

The Read Aloud: Comprehension, part 2

Why We Read Aloud: Increasing Comprehension – part 2       

Ok, so you’ve read The Read Aloud:  Comprehension, part 1, right?   Read more…

The Read Aloud: Comprehension, part 1

Not many children understand what they read. In my opinion, reading comprehension is by far, the most important thing in literacy instruction todayRead more…