Top Ten Read Aloud Posts From As We Walk Along the Road

If you've been around the blog for a while, you'll know I love to talk about reading. Reading aloud, reading resources, reading unit studies- I love it! In fact, I've been hosting Read Aloud Wednesdays all year now because I love to share about reading aloud and host a link up to have readers share all kinds of other great reading posts and ideas. In today's Read Aloud Wednesdays Post, I'm sharing Top Ten Read Aloud Posts from As We Walk Along the Road. Some of these are my favorites and some are the most clicked and most popular for the year. Check them out to make sure you haven't missed any great read aloud posts. And then, don't forget to link up your reading related posts in the linky at the bottom.
Top ten posts about reading aloud
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1. Benefits of Reading Aloud for the Whole Family


In this early post in the Read Aloud Wednesdays series, I looked at great benefits for reading aloud- not just with babies but with the whole family.

Top ten posts about reading aloud

2. Benefits of Reading Aloud with Older Kids 


After that post, I took some time in an additional post to talk about all the great reasons to read aloud specifically with your older kids.
Top ten posts about reading aloud

3. The Awesome Power of Amazing Fantasy in Constructing a Christian Worldview


Fantasy is one of my favorite genres- both to read on my own and to read aloud. The wisdom of reading fantasy is often debated in Christian circles. In this post, I'm sharing why I think it can be so beneficial in helping our kids to construct their Christian worldview.
Top ten posts about reading aloud

4. Tips for Using the Library Effectively


We happen to have a great local library system, but I often find myself frustrated when I'm trying to find a book. And I often have huge library fines. In this post I'm sharing some library tips.
Top ten posts about reading aloud

5. What If I Just Don't Like to Read Aloud


Whether you're busy or don't like your read aloud voice or don't think you're a good readers, there can be reasons you balk at reading aloud to your kids? In this post, I'm sharing some ways to include read aloud time even when it isn't your favorite thing to do.
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6. Interview With Sarah Mackenzie from the Read Aloud Revival Podcast


This was one of my favorite posts to write and has been a popular one to read. I had the awesome opportunity to interview Sarah Mackenzie who hosts the Read Aloud Revival podcast. It, and her accompanying membership site, is an awesome resource for parents who want to make reading aloud a priority.
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7. Resources for Reading and Discussing The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe


In this post, I'm sharing resources for using one of my favorite books of all time- The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis.
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8. Read Aloud and Lapbooks: A Great Combination


I love lapbooks and especially enjoy using them along with our read alouds. In this post I'm sharing some ideas and suggestions to help you incorporate lapbooks into your read aloud time.
Top ten posts about reading aloud

9. Book Feature: The Sign of the Beaver


This post has been one of the most popular book features. I'm sharing ideas for discussing The Sign of the Beaver as well as additional resources you can use as you read the book.
Top ten posts about reading aloud

10. Choosing This Year's Read AloudsI


n this back to homeschool post, I'm sharing some resources for choosing my read alouds along with some of the great ones we've got lined up this year.
Top ten posts about reading aloud



I hope you enjoy the "look back" at some of this year's read aloud posts. Do you have a favorite in the bunch?


2 comments :

  1. This is amazing! I'm so glad you posted it on one post. I can't wait to read your post on the Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe. It's one of our favorites!

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    1. Thank you! I always like to go back and see which posts everyone has liked the most. :-)

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