Category: Read Aloud Fun

Browse for books to support your Curriculum Topics inRead Aloud Fun. These books are recommended for the 5th – 6th grade level.



Add Variety to Your Read-Alouds

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These wonderful titles have something for just about everyone:  wit, mystery, inspiration, heart.      

Great Read-Alouds

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These books are sure to capture the attention of your students! Because of Mr. Terupt.  Rob Buyea.  Delacorte Press, 2010. Short chapters, each narrated by one of seven 5th graders …

New Read-Alouds for a New Year

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“No two persons ever read the same book.”  Edmund Wilson Be sure to subscribe above to receive emails when I submit a new post.    

New Read-Alouds!

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Kids will love these new picks that entertain, teach and inspire.      

Read Aloud, Gather a Crowd (5th-6th grade)

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Mix up your read-alouds by trying a picture book,  a new genre or nonfiction.

Read-Aloud Novels for 5th-6th Grades

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Reading aloud to a class is the equivalent of required reading, so it is important that the titles we choose represent the best of children’s books that kids may not …

Read-Alouds to Inspire Us All

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An eclectic group of new read-aloud gems to try in 2012.  Wonderstruck : A Novel in words and Pictures.  Brian Selznick.  Scholastic, 2011. Another masterpiece from Selznick!  One story in …

Take Me Out to the Ballgame! Books About Baseball : America’s Favorite Sport!

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The 2012 Newbery Award Winner

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….and the winner is…   If you ever have a chance to hear Jack speak, I highly recommend it.  He is at the top of my favorite speakers list. Here …

Top Ten Picks from 2011

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Who gets kudos and awards for the best children’s books of the year are always fun to debate and often hard to predict.  Below you will find top ten picks …