Read aloud revival

Experience the joy of reading aloud with your family. Explore top tips, book recommendations, and resources to create lifelong memories through the Read Aloud Revival.
These novels have short chapters, fantastic characters, and easy-to-follow plot lines. What that means? They make for FABULOUS first novels to read aloud with your kids. Plot Lines, Read Aloud Revival, Homeschool Reading, Read Aloud Books, Novels To Read, Reading Quotes, Read Books, School Reading, Children's Literature

You can pretty much close your eyes and pick any single one of those books and you’ll be in good shape. If your child is at all nebulous about listening to a story without any pictures, give one of these a go and see what he or she says after. Find more about the best

Alison Williams
You're Better at Homeschooling than You Think You Are - Read-Aloud Revival ® with Sarah Mackenzie Reading, Home Schooling, Parenting Books, Homeschool Mom, Homeschool Parent, Homeschool High School, Teaching From Rest, Homeschool Help, Read Aloud Revival

Over the years I've had the opportunity to speak at dozens of homeschooling conventions. Speaking is an honor, of course, but getting to meet homeschooling mamas is the real treat. So often I hear a similar thread from them. It sounds something like this: “This is harder than I thought it would be.”“I can’t manage

Laura McKinney Adams | Classical Education | Homeschool
Our favorite picture books for April - Read-Aloud Revival with Sarah Mackenzie Reading Comprehension, Read Aloud Revival, Homeschool Books, Read Aloud, Homeschool Reading, Spring Books, School Books, Homeschooling Resources, Kids Reading

Spring is finally here . . . and that certainly feels like something to celebrate, doesn't it? We're doing that with a list of our favorite April picture books. These Easter, rain, and gardening-themed books will help you celebrate with your crew. (*Note that specifically Christian Easter books are marked with a small cross, if you're looking

Shannon Miller
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I polled my children to choose their favorite 20 read-alouds we've read together so far. We've read them all cover-to-cover and, in my opinion, they make the perfect read-alouds. I hope you'll be able to draw from this list if you're looking for your next (or even first!) read-aloud. Our oldest kids are currently 6 and 8 years old, so keep that in mind as you read this list. I would recommend any of these books for ages 5 and up with exception to A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park. This…

Kristin Noel Veteto