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5 steps to plan an interactive read aloud that will keep students focused and engaged!

Want to make a read aloud lesson interactive but aren't sure how? Use these easy to implement steps to get going and watch your students' comprehension levels sky rocket! What Is An Interactive Read Aloud? The interactive read aloud strategy is a whole group lesson where the teacher will read a preselected text that is at least 2-3 grade levels above the students' current grade level. The teacher will pause throughout the book for conversation and discussion. The students will talk to each…

Everything you need to know how to plan an interactive read aloud. Including vocabulary, focus skills, comprehension and before, during and after activities.  This easy to follow blog post gives 5 easy steps to follow. The master of read alouds has done it again with this awesome blog post.  Check it out and get your FREE planner.

Everything you need to know how to plan an interactive read aloud. Including vocabulary, focus skills, comprehension and before, during and after activities. This easy to follow blog post gives 5 easy steps to follow. The master of read alouds has done it again with this awesome blog post. Check it out and get your FREE planner.

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World Read Aloud Day - Library Activities and Lessons!

It is essential to read to students aloud. Not only is reading aloud to students building language and vocabulary, but it is also sparking children’s love for reading!

Interactive read alouds teach students amazing lessons, especially in second grade! These lessons are perfect to use in the classroom or for distance learning, with printable and digital versions included. Click the pin to see ALL the amazing books, language arts activities, and engaging lessons included in this resource for you to use in your classroom! #secondgrade #interactivereadalouds

Interactive read alouds teach students amazing lessons, especially in second grade! These lessons are perfect to use in the classroom or for distance learning, with printable and digital versions included. Click the pin to see ALL the amazing books, language arts activities, and engaging lessons included in this resource for you to use in your classroom! #secondgrade #interactivereadalouds

How to use Read Alouds to Teach Reading Comprehension

Grab your free book list and see how teaching reading comprehension to kids is simple! See student samples and ideas you can use with your own students today! I have an easy way of how to teach reading comprehension to kindergarten students and beyond! Get the free mentor text list Get freebies and teaching tips sent right to your inbox. First name Email address Yes, send me the free file Thank you for subscribing! Get the free mentor text list Get freebies and teaching tips sent right to…

How can we get our students engaged in books?  Try some of these interactive read aloud strategies!  Check out this blog post full of interactive reading activities. Add any of these 6 engaging activities to your read aloud plans.  Includes ideas for lessons, books and anchor charts. Perfect for elementary school teachers!  (kindergarten, first grade, second grade, 1st, 2nd)

How can we get our students engaged in books? Try some of these interactive read aloud strategies! Check out this blog post full of interactive reading activities. Add any of these 6 engaging activities to your read aloud plans. Includes ideas for lessons, books and anchor charts. Perfect for elementary school teachers! (kindergarten, first grade, second grade, 1st, 2nd)

Interactive Read Alouds: What are they? – Creative Classroom Core

Hello! Today I share the first post in a series on Interactive Read Alouds. I have so much to talk about and share with you that I decided I couldn’t...