We all start doing it and gradually we do it less and less. There are many reasons why we should be reading aloud. Today in the show I share some Simple steps to cultivating a read aloud habit. We get past the humps in the road and find solutions in this 29 minute show.
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3:35 why we should be Reading aloud and not just following the crowd via resources.
4:00 ways to pick a book with Amy of Let’s Explore Getting Started With Chapter Books
4:45 tips on creating a plan
6:15 revising your when
7:20 Getting over the passive read aloud methods for wriggly toddlers and preschoolers ( Yes that all of them!)
Amy Mascott of TeachMama : Read aloud series
10:15 how easy it is to link books to the real world
11:00 No more boring read aloud sessions
11:35 Join a read aloud challenge via Footprints in the Butter each Thursday
12:20 Should you skip this section?
Join with others in your community with World Read Aloud day: March 7th , 2012.
14:55 How do you choose a really good read aloud book?
15:30 Have a look at book trailers via Mr Schu
MrSchuReads– via YouTube
17:00 Finding your springboards
5-6 year old Read-Alouds (for Parent) :: Kindergarten Family Read-Alouds :: Pre-School Read-Alouds (a list of 50)
18:30 Picture books to inspire via Zoe of Playingbythebook.net.
19:10 Quick tips- Goodreads.com :: Wishlist via Amazon :: Schools :: Librarians :: audiobooks :: Kidlit radio and news
23:20 Must read: Avoiding problems with Boys and reading via Mr Schu and his interview with Pam Allyn.
25:10 Read alouds are a brilliant gateway into other areas like writing. Melissa of Imaginationsoup.net: Word jar.
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Some great tips here, a really refreshing approach to reading aloud. Thanks so much for linking to Parentonomy.