The power of the read aloud

One of the joys of a good read aloud is the characters of the book become members of our class.

Alley Nickerson.

August Pullman.

They’ve become part of our classroom language. Their lives intertwine with our own and give us time to pause and reflect on the choices we make in our own lives.

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