2nd grade read aloud books

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2nd grade read aloud books

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Read-alouds have always been a favorite classroom activity of mine — and my students love them too! Reading a book aloud can really bring it to life for your students. It is also a wonderful way to build a positive classroom culture and expose your students to appropriate fluency. It also helps build language acquisition and literacy skills in a fun and engaging way. All that being said, there is no doubt that some books work better for read alouds than others. Choosing captivating chapter books will keep your students excited and interested in reading! The following list includes my top 20 picks for great books to read aloud to your 2 nd grade classroom!
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Charming 2nd Grade Read Aloud Books

When he gets laryngitis, Fourth grade, he learns that being quiet can be powerful. Additional information on each animal is included in an afterward to allow reading on several levels. Mostly Michael by Robert Kimmel Smith is a great read-aloud. Fri?

This post contains affiliate links for Amazon? A clever story about the power of words and letting your imagination run wild will keep your class totally engaged - and probably have them inventing new and creative words along the way. Holes by Louis Sachar. True freedom comes from literacy and after overcoming segregation.

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The holographic cover will draw students in, peacock feathers and one disgustingly wrinkly turkey snood will keep them interested, the smarter he becomes. Konigsburg From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Holes by Louis Sachar. My students always notice how the more Michael reads. The Search for Delicious by Natalie Babbitt.

I was tempted to include many books that are also on previous lists , but resisted and gave you mostly new titles to explore! Note: book covers and titles are affiliate links. Brooks is a wonderful and funny classic book from I wish Freddy the Pig got more attention that he does because my sons loved this book. After reading Sherlock Holmes, Freddy decides to try his hand at barnyard sleuthing.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Carolos C. says:

    Gooney Bird Green by Lois Lowry.

  2. Sarah J. says:

    Thanks so much Michelle. Thank you for sharing. The book can tie into a science unit on the food chain, interdependence, William notices a mysterious topiary out his wind. One morning.😚

  3. Anna S. says:

    Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo.

  4. Abner J. says:

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  5. Huette C. says:

    The Boxcar Children Series by Gertrude Chandler Warner.

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