Read-Aloud Books Kids Adore. Teachers from all grade levels submitted their favorite books for read-aloud time.
A few titles appear multiple times, but many genres, reading levels, and authors are represented in this list! My all-time favorite read-aloud is David McPhail's The Bear's Toothache. Both the story and the pictures are delightful and entertaining for children of all ages. —Sue, Fifth grade Sylvester and the Magic Pebble by William Steig! The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg. My fourth graders loved Charlie Muffin's Miracle Mouse by Dick King-Smith. Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. I always read My Father's Dragon by Ruth Stiles Gannett to my third, fourth, and fifth graders. Best Kindergarten Books for Your Classroom. Part of the fun of teaching kindergarten is introducing eager students to a collection of fantastic books.
If you’re looking to add to your collection of old standbys, here are 50+ recent titles we think are worth making room for on your classroom bookshelves. Just a heads up, WeAreTeachers may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. We only recommend books our team loves! 1. A Busy Creature’s Day Eating by Mo Willems You can never have too many alphabet books in Kindergarten, and a funny one is a huge plus. 2. When Omu makes her thick, red stew, the delicious smell attracts many visitors hoping for a taste. 3. Mei Mei and her grandfather take turns teaching each other tai chi and yoga, and they both have to work hard to learn something new. 3. Who knew old shoes have so many stories to tell? Favorite books for 1st graders Book lists. Frog and Toad Are Friends by: Arnold Lobel - (Harper Collins, 1970) 64 pages.
This classic features the escapades of Frog and Toad, an adorable amphibious duo who are the best of friends. Your child will love these five stories about friendship that include adventures such as feeling embarrassed when wearing a bathing suit, waiting for mail, finding a lost button and waking up from hibernation in the spring. Caldecott Honor Book, 1971. Perfect for: Helping kids understand the benefits of a great friend. Find Frog and Toad Are Friends at your local library. Margaret and Margarita: Margarita y Margaret by: Lynn Reiser - (Greenwillow Books, 1993) 32 pages. Your child will love this bilingual (Spanish and English) book about a budding friendship between an English-speaking girl and a Spanish-speaking girl who meet in a park.
Best Books for Second Graders. 16 Great Chapter Books for Third Graders. Wondering what book to pick up for your third grader?
As they develop more independence and the ability to read longer and more complex stories, the world of children’s literature really opens up. These new and classic titles are perfect for all kinds of third-grade readers. They’re also great for reading aloud, if that’s more your child’s speed. Or you can try alternating back and forth — they read a page, then you read a page — so they can practice their reading but not get so bogged down they lose sight of the story arc. No matter how you use these books, all 16 are winners. 50 Must-Read Books for Fourth Graders. Bored Teachers, LLC (“Bored Teachers,” “we,” “us,” “our”) provides its services (described below) to you through its website located at www.boredteachers.com (the “Site”) and through its related services (collectively, such services, including any content, new features, and applications, and the Site, the “Service(s)”), subject to the following Terms of Service (as amended from time to time, the “Terms of Service”).
We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to change or modify portions of these Terms of Service at any time. If we do this, we will post the changes on this page and will indicate at the top of this page the date these terms were last revised. Your continued use of the Service after the date any such changes become effective constitutes your acceptance of the new Terms of Service. Overview of the Service Your Registration Obligations You may register an account with Bored Teachers in order to access and use certain features of the Service.
Modifications to Service General. Awesome Books for 5th Graders. Books for Kids Who Think They Don’t Like to Read ~ Bookity Split. I am frequently asked for book recommendations.
It’s part of the job description, even when I’m not at work. People know that I am a librarian. They know that I know about books, and they come to me for advice. I love connecting people with a book that will be a good fit, and I especially love connecting a child with a book that will be a good fit. Not surprisingly, I am often asked for recommendations for kids who don’t like to read. This post contains affiliate links. What should they read? Books that are highly engaging and either exciting or funny are often the way to go.
Jim Trelease, author of the book, The Read-Aloud Handbook , has explained how it only takes one “home-run book” to make a reader. Here are some suggestions for some types of books that will sometimes work with kids that say they don’t like to read (with general grade level suggestions).