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Our Read-Aloud Poster for The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe includes a Story Board and uses character markers to provide important practice in story retelling, a skill-building activity that helps kids improve comprehension and other key literacy skills. Our blog post gives practical tips for encouraging your kids to retell stories they've listened to - with or without a Read-Aloud Poster.
Wanting to help your kids connect better with your read-aloud? While we don't have a Read-Aloud Poster for every book you want to read, there is a handful of simple techniques that we use ON posters that you can easily adapt to use OFF the poster. Grab our quick cheat sheet to help you match books with strategies that will take your read-aloud to the next level.
A dedicated Author Center with writing supplies conveniently available may be just what your kids need to inspire them to get writing this summer! Get our free printable for a list of some of our favorite supplies to jump start your own Author Center!
One of our favorite ways to inspire the author in our kids is to create a fun blank mini-book. And if it's a unique format? Bonus points! Enter the Step Book. What will it be? Author's choice! So many possibilities!
Are you ready for your next snow day? Pack up a Snow Day Box now and be ready when the next big snow hits! It's fun and simple! We'll walk you through the process with a template, free printables, and plenty of ideas!