How to Catch a Turkey Thanksgiving Read Aloud Recommendation

New to the Thanksgiving read aloud scene this year is How to Catch a Turkey by Adam Wallace and Andy Ellerton. What a FUN book- your students are going to love it! 


How to Catch a Turkey Thanksgiving Read Aloud Recommendation


In November...

Oh my goodness- I can't believe we are almost to November. Time to trade in the jack-o-lanterns for turkeys... or maybe even Christmas trees?

I love November and December in the elementary classroom- so much to do and so much fun. It's a great time for strengthening your classroom community with all of the opportunities for giving that occur during this time of year. 


Such a fantastic read aloud for November! Love the author's word choice in this beautifully illustrated book. Check out the blog post for some FREE extension activities to go with this lovely November read aloud!


Halloween Read Alouds: I Need My Monster

Happy Almost Halloween! It's hard to believe Halloween is next week- it seems like October has flown by! Is the excitement level in your room starting to CREEP up a little bit more each day? 



Today I have a fantastic Halloween read aloud your little monsters will love! Plus if you make it all the way to the end of the post I have a link where you can grab a FREE Halloween Story Organizer that can be used with any Halloween fiction book!

The Vanishing Pumpkin

I love old(ish) picture books. I am a vintage girl at heart and when choosing read alouds I often find myself gravitating towards older books.


Pumpkin Jack

Fall is my absolute FAVORITE time of the year (well maybe it is tied with winter) but anyway... today I want to share a great fall/Halloween book with you! 


Have you read Pumpkin Jack by Will Hubbell? This book was published in 2000- but is new to me. There are so many things I love about this book- the illustrations, the descriptive language, the science included in the book, but best of all is the sweet story.

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