Fall Books for Kids: Read Alouds for Elementary Teachers

These fall books for kids are great read alouds for the months of September, October, and November. Your elementary students will love listening to and discussing these fall read alouds as a class. You may also find these first day of school books, back to school read alouds, Grandparents Day

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September 11 Books for Elementary Students (1-5) in 2021

These September 11 books for elementary students are a great way to talk about what happened on 9/11 and the profound impact it had on the United States and world. Your students will enjoying listening to these read alouds and learning about our country’s history. The following September 11 books

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Books about Apples: Read Alouds for Elementary Teachers

These books about apples are great September read alouds for back to school season. Depending on where you live, many of your students may be going apple picking with their families or baking apple pies with their grandparents during the weekend. These apple read alouds help bring what students are

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Children’s Books about Bullying: 3 Classroom Read Alouds

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Reading aloud children’s books about bullying is a great way to teach and model strategies for recognizing and responding to bullying behaviors. It also helps students understand the impact bullying has on others, which can reduce the occurrence of those types of behaviors in

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Grandparents Day Books: Popular Read Alouds for 2021

Grandparents Day is always celebrated on the first Sunday after Labor Day, which makes it a great holiday to celebrate during back to school time in the classroom. This list of Grandparents Day books can be used as read alouds throughout the year as well. They all highlight grandparent-grandchild relationships and don’t

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Differentiation in Math: The Key to Meeting Students’ Needs in 2021

Differentiation is important across disciplines, but this blog post will focus specifically on differentiation in math.  In addition to implementing math accommodations and modifications to support students with IEPs or 504 plans, we must also provide differentiated instruction to our whole class. There are tons of great differentiation strategies to

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