In our classroom, we spend a lot of time reading quality children’s books and extending the ideas, characters, or art in a variety of ways throughout the classroom. The goal of each read-aloud experience is to help young children develop a love for reading and to build connections between reading and their everyday world.
To see many of the books we love to read as well as a variety of ways we extend and build on our favorite children’s books throughout the classroom – see the list of titles below…
Thank you for joining me here on Teach Preschool!
- 5 ways to have fun with reading
- A day of exploring carrots
- A duck, a goose, and an egg
- A rainbow of my very own in preschool
- A story in a box
- A wonderful collection of Eric Carle books and activities
- After christmas for the birds
- All pumped up for water play and moose track soap
- All you need is a box
- An octopus has eight legs and so do we!
- Ants in the salt tray plus more
- At play with mittens like the Three Little Kittens
- Balancing bubbles in preschool
- Book and activity for Elmer the Elephant
- Booking across the USA : Indiana
- Building block blueprints
- Building block drawing game in preschool
- Building block literacy and story telling
- Building our very own cars in preschool
- Building up the word “up!”
- Buttons, buttons, and more buttons
- Chopstick painting
- Circle time: Introducing the forest to preschoolers
- Circletime fun with Cloudette!