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Global Read Aloud

Today I learned about a program called the Global Read Aloud.  Has anyone else heard or participated in this program?  It was started in 2010 by a 7th grade teacher who wanted to expand her global collaboration. 248 more words

Read Alouds

Review: The Specific Ocean by Kyo Maclear & Katty Maurey

Review: The Specific Ocean by Kyo Maclear, illus. Katty Maurey
Source: Digital galley courtesy of Kids Can Press via NetGalley. Thank you!
Expected publication: August 1st 2015 by Kids Can Press…
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Reviews

Week 37 ~ Our Last Week!

We made it! We made it to the end of our school year!

Our last few weeks have fizzled slightly..we have had a lot going on here; I am currently working on a project, and we had the girls changing bedrooms, which was a lot of work. 410 more words

Books

Stop in the Name of Reading!

Right now there are a few thousand lucky teachers attending TCRWP Summer Institute on Writing in NYC.  The week long PD kicked off yesterday and I happen to be following a Blog of one of these lucky participants… 375 more words

Read Alouds

Three Tales of My Father's Dragon

My eldest (age 7.5) and I are currently reading this book to each other–she reads one page, I read the next, at a pace of one chapter per night. 99 more words

Male Protagonist

Flora and Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo

Kate DiCamillo is definitely one of my favorite authors.  More than one of her books are regular read alouds in my third grade classroom.  This book is no less special…matbe my favorite yet. 129 more words

Third Grade

Father's Day Trio, Read Aloud to Dad!

Allowed to Read Aloud:

Whether you have a toddler, a special K kid (Kindergartener), an eight-year-old or any age in between, here are three fantastic read-alouds for Father’s Day. 420 more words

Natasha Wing