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March 4, 2015 is World Read Aloud Day
World Read Aloud Day motivates children, teens, and adults worldwide to celebrate the power of words and creates a community of readers taking action to show the world that the right to literacy belongs to all people. 577 more words
all about creating an atmosphere of curiosity and
excitement in the classroom. http://gazette.teachers.net/gazette/wordpress/abigail-flesch-connors/wait-for-it-a-fun-way-to-nurture-childrens-curiosity/ 13 more words
At School Literacy and Culture our answer to this question is not just “no”, but “absolutely not!” The research agrees.
In this article shared on Read Brightly, the author shares that only 17 percent of children aged 9-11 are read to by parents, but that 83 percent of children aged 6-17 say they enjoy being read aloud to. 215 more words
With so many books to choose from, selecting books for read alouds can be overwhelming. Sometimes we can’t seem to find a book that feels right and sometimes we get stuck choosing the same books over and over again because we don’t know where else to look for inspiration. 793 more words