When you return from winter break, it’s time to add the reading lists and academics back into the schedule. So if you are searching for winter read-alouds that excite and captivate students, here is a short list to get you started. These tried-and-true books are classroom favorites around the globe.
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Kids in upper elementary love being read to. Sure, you can read short stories and picture books, but they really love diving into a novel as a class. Finding a good book that captivates the entire class can be tricky because everyone is into different genres, but there are some
Upper elementary students don’t only love novels, they love short stories as well. Short stories are a great way to introduce students to new themes, morals, and simple life lessons. As you gather a list of short stories for students to read independently or along with you, consider the 14
Finding read-alouds for older students may be tricky at times. They are into longer stories and reading their favorite genres in chapter books. There are; however, a few fun read-alouds your older students will adore because of their story and the lessons learned. Take a look at these 10 Powerful
Fifth grade is the perfect age to begin reading book series. Kids are getting into different genres and like to learn more about characters they fall in love with. Here is a list of 25 book series for fifth graders that will have them begging for more. Anne of Green
Winter is here and I know most teachers are looking for fun, educational and engaging stories to read in the classroom. If you’re like me, you like to keep things themed throughout most of the year. I’ve created a list of 10 winter books for upper elementary students to get