Interactive read aloud lessons

Enhance your students' learning experience with interactive read aloud lessons. Discover proven strategies and resources to make your read alouds more interactive and impactful in the classroom.
By using interactive read alouds, you can teach and develop reading comprehension within your kindergarten and first grade classroom. Here are some of my favorite read aloud books to use! Reading Comprehension Lessons, Reading Comprehension Activities, Teaching Reading, Reading Skills, First Grade Reading Comprehension, Reading Comprehension Kindergarten, Read Aloud Activities, Read Alouds Kindergarten, Reading Comprehension Grade 1

By using interactive read alouds, you can teach and develop reading comprehension within your kindergarten and first grade classroom. Here are some of my favorite read aloud books to use!

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The Wright Nook
Looking to kick your read aloud lessons up a notch? These interactive read aloud lessons have stopping points and higher order thinking questions for 64 of my favorite books in first and second grade! Each book also has a reading response sheet as well as a writing response sheet! - Susan Jones Teaching Workshop, Pre K, Interactive Read Aloud Lessons, Interactive Read Aloud, Reading Groups, Teaching Reading, First Grade Reading, Read Aloud Books, Kindergarten Reading

Looking to kick your read aloud lessons up a notch? These interactive read aloud lessons have stopping points and higher order thinking questions for 64 of my favorite books in first and second grade! Each book also has a reading response sheet as well as a writing response sheet! - Susan Jones Teaching

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Susan Jones | K-2 Resources & Activities
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Interactive Read Alouds allow us to teach a broad range of standards within one text. This month's read aloud lessons focus on the Key Ideas and Details and Craft and Structure standards in Literature for Second Grade. They cover answering questions using key details from the text, recounting the story, determining the central message, describing how characters respond to major events and challenges, and describing the overall structure of the story. The books were chosen based on the needs…

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Katie DeMeritt
Interactive Read Aloud Lessons for First Grade | Each set of read aloud plans include anchor charts, posters, a daily lesson plan, assessing and advancing questions for partner talk and reading response, vocabulary, mentor sentences, speaking and listening checklists, vocabulary acquisition checklists, and daily and culminating task journal printables, as well as crafts and directed drawing. Get ready for an engaging interactive read aloud! Posters, Reading Comprehension, Reading, Reading Response, Anchor Charts, Teaching Reading Comprehension, Interactive Read Aloud Lessons, Reading Lesson Plans, Teaching Reading

Just dropping in to share August's Interactive Read Aloud Lessons for the following books: Those Shoes, What Do You Do With a Problem?, The Dot, and The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes. I love incorporating Interactive Read Alouds, because they allow us to teach a broad range of standards. You can't cover an ELA standard once, and expect your students to automatically master it. These allow you to continue to continually revisit it. If you would like to learn more about Interactive Read Alouds…

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Tiffany Gannon