June Read Alouds for Elementary Teachers (Grades 1-5) in 2024

Are you looking for some June read alouds to add to your classroom library? Interactive read alouds are one of my favorite June activities for kids! Below you will find some great titles that I have enjoyed reading to my students as well as my own children at home during the month of June. 

This post features the following June read alouds:

June read alouds

7 June Read Aloud Topics

Check out the list of 7 June read aloud topics you need in your classroom library.

1. End of the School Year Books

This list of End of the School Year Books includes stories about transitioning from school to summertime, saying goodbye to teachers, and dealing with emotions. A few titles included on this list are Lizzie and the Last Day of School, Last Day Blues and A Letter To My Teacher.

2. Books about Teachers

These Books about Teachers all feature teacher characters and stories appreciating and celebrating educators. This list includes the titles Thank You, Mr. Falker, The Teacher from the Black Lagoon and Flight School.

3. Children’s Books for Pride Month

June is Pride Month! This list of Children’s Books for Pride Month include many important and meaningful stories. A few titles included on this list are Worm Loves Worm, And Tango Makes Three and Stella Brings the Family.

4. Father’s Day Read Alouds

Father’s Day is always the third Sunday in June. This list of Father’s Day Read Alouds are perfect to celebrate this special day of appreciation. A few titles included on this list are My Papi Has a Motorcycle, Alma and How She Got Her Name and Jabari Jumps.

5. Juneteenth Children’s Books

Juneteenth occurs during the month of June. This list of Juneteenth Children’s Books are all about commemorating the emancipation of African-American slaves. A couple of titles on this list are Juneteenth for Mazie and All Different Now.

6. Immigration Children’s Books

June is Immigration Heritage month! These Immigration Children’s Books are perfect to explore immigration and culture. Some titles included on this list are Where Are You From?, Islandborn and Dreamers.

7. Summer Read Alouds

June is the start of the season of summer and these Summer Read Alouds are perfect to prepare students for this transition. A few titles included on this list are The Rainbow Fish, Jabari Jumps and The Relatives Came.

In closing, we hope you found this list of June read alouds helpful!

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