Our newest Read-Aloud Poster is for The Hundred Dresses, written by Eleanor Estes and illustrated by Louis Slobodkin. This classic was originally published in 1944 and won a Newbery Honor medal. Although it has been around a while, its...
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Our newest Read-Aloud Poster for Island of the Blue Dolphins is now available, and we thought you'd like a close-up look at the poster activities! If your family has completed other Read-Aloud Posters, you'll recognize some favorite activities, though perhaps with a new twist, as well as some new favorites. As always, our hope is that the poster helps you more fully enjoy this classic book and your time together as a family.
Character Portraits and Character Mapping are two simple but powerful ways to help your kids connect visually with what they are hearing during your family read-aloud time. Use our free Character Mapping printable to show more complicated relationships between characters in books for older readers!
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.
Once you've ordered your Read-Aloud Poster for Charlotte's Web, make sure to download our TERRIFIC Library List and check out our tips on how to incorporate read-along books before, during and after you read Charlotte's Web!
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