Best read alouds for kindergarten

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Kindergarten Book Lists

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Fred - Children's Rhyme Book Read Aloud

Great Read Alouds for Kindergarteners

Build on your young listener's love of words, information, and story with lots of reading aloud. Remember, young children can understand many more spoken words than they use. And the language in books tends to be greater and more diverse than the words we use everyday when talking with children. It all started with a little brown bird that tired of making and hearing the same old sounds: caw, coo, chirp, peep. Simple, bold illustrations and varied type present a comical tale of individuality and lots of potential for wordplay.

Fifty of the best kindergarten books for your classroom, as chosen by This story is a perfect addition to your arsenal of read-aloud books.
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Reading books to kids is the best. This book is an adorable lesson in diversity. While at the park, he meets a family of dogs that he does resemble, and they happen to have a poodle that matches his family. This book is delightfully interactive, as a bored rabbit is convinced to write a story with a dastardly wolf. This is my favourite read aloud book ever. A young boy gets his kite stuck in a tree; in an effort to get it down, he launches into the leaves an increasingly ridiculous series of objects and animals. A whale ends up in the tree!

Print book list. This book, told from the perspective of a dog, is about the problems between humans and pets, and how the dog seeks advice on controlling its owner. Readers love it because they can relate to the interactions between pet and owner. Find Letters from a Desperate Dog at your local library. McElderry Books, 32 pages.

Looking for the free Summer Reading Chart? Grab it here! Picture books for everyone! These are 25 picture books that are easy to read aloud to a group and are pretty guaranteed hits with the elementary school crowd! Orange wants to be part of the story so badly, but. After all, is there any audience that loves a bandaid more than a crowd of five and six year olds? For every animal-loving child, this one is a total win.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Scarlett G. says:

    Penrod and sam by booth tarkington 1916 stephen covey indian talking stick

  2. Brian G. says:

    Letters from a Desperate Dog

  3. Compcisunorr says:

    Eye-catching illustrations with fun to read stories, these are the best kindergarten read aloud books for you to enjoy during storytime.

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