We all believe in the importance of developing a love of reading in children today, starting from a young age. We also like to hear a good story read aloud.
Join the Global Read Aloud held each fall. It starts at just the right time of the year to get your students on board. With a month into the school year and routines established, the Global Read Aloud starts at just the right time to introduce a new concept into the classroom.
Check out the selections for the fall.
Regardless of the grade you teach, Peter Reynold's illustrated books are a win. I've used his books with graduate students, watched as the book was read to young children, and participated and watched Skypes in which children from around the world discussed his book The Dot.
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Happy to see he is one of the features authors for next year.
Not to spoil the fun, check the selections from Pernille Ripp's Global Read Aloud blog. Recently, she posted
The Top 10 Reasons to Join Global Read Aloud
And more recently, she created this post, "Why The Global Read Matters," showing how this project through books has connected children globally.