On the Free Homeschool Deal’s Facebook page we’re chatting it up about today’s question, What is your favorite read aloud book? Post by FreeHomeschoolDeals.com. Come and chime in over there or leave your answer in the comments below. This is a fun way to hear from lots of homeschooling families from […]
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123 Homeschool 4 Me has a FREE printable second grade read aloud list. 2nd graders still benefit immensely from someone reading out loud to them. Not only are they able to get into more in-depth stories and vocabulary, but it helps keep their love of reading growing. Here are 17 wonderful books 2nd grade students are […]
Ten Free Kindle Read Aloud Classics for Homeschool Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates The Swiss Family Robinson or, Adventures on a Desert Island Gulliver’s Travels The Jungle Book Heidi The Three Musketeers Treasure Island The Prince and the Pauper Little Women On my family site, Holy Spirit-led Homeschooling, you can […]
Reading aloud to children is a great way for them to fall in love with reading and hear how a fluent reader sounds! Many homeschooling families incorporate read-alouds into their days as a way to broaden their children’s knowledge on a specific subject, or even just as a way to create lasting memories. But, it […]
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Fun! Make reading aloud a habit this month with this Free November Read-Aloud Calendar. This list of books and correlating activities is full of ideas for all of the fun and unusual holidays that you and your kids can celebrate this month. Click here to browse through more reading freebies!
This post contains my referral link which helps support the work of this site. Here’s my full disclosure policy. Do your kids sit still for read-alouds? Both of my kids were really good “sitters”—they would sit still for a dozen books in a row, and still ask for more. There was no such thing as too much […]