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Need new ideas for some fresh back to school read alouds? Find 30 suggestions here!The first few days of school is perfect for read alouds.  It is important to start building a classroom community as soon as students enter your classroom. Read alouds, generally realistic fiction, will allow you to open a discussion and give students opportunities to make connections to your classroom.  They also lend themselves well to teaching behaviors and expectations that will be enforced throughout the year.

I went and compiled a list of 30 books that would be perfect to read throughout the first week. Many of them deal with starting a new school year, while others focus on bullying, tattling, and the consequences of disrespectful behavior.  If you hover over the image of a book, you will be able to read a short summary. Click the pictures for a more in-depth description. I hope you find this useful!

 

 

 

 

 

Melissa Mazur

Melissa Mazur

My name is Melissa and I am an educator, blogger, and curriculum designer.
I’m here to help offer you teaching tips and low-prep resources to help take some of the burdens off you so you can do what you do best – teach!

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My name is Melissa and I am an educator, blogger, and curriculum designer.
I’m here to help offer you teaching tips and low-prep resources to help take some of the burdens off you so you can do what you do best – teach!  

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