Who loves to read to their students??
((Waves hand wildly in the air))
Who loves to read books the same books to their students that they heard last year?
—-Insert awkward silence.—-
Seriously. Is there anything that takes the wind out of your sails more?? You have a book you’re SO excited to share with your kiddos, only to hear…
“We read that last year!”
After a couple of lessons like this, I made it my goal to have a collection of seasonal books that my students hadn’t read before.I also included their familiar favorites in my classroom library, but I did my best to make sure I had original read-alouds for my lessons!
So today, I’d love to share a few of my October favorites with you. Click on any of the pictures below to learn a little bit more about each book.
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There are lots of response options for character traits, character actions, and summaries. There are also lots of activities you can use to boost vocabulary – mystery phrase (word scramble), rhyming words, and more! There’s even a writing activity and matching craft. Click on the picture above to check it out!
Collaboration Cuties says
Wow! I haven't heard of most of those books, so I am super excited to read them!!!! I love finding new seasonal books, and these look awesome! I can't wait to check them out- they are heading on my Amazon wishlist or possibly straight into my cart! 🙂
Thanks so much!! I had a hard time going through my Halloween book stash and only choosing 5!! 🙂
Carla @ Comprehension Connection says
Just saw Perfect Pumpkin at the bookstore this week! Love the suggestions!