Not three. Not five. Start with one.
You can read it aloud or enjoy the audio version of the story, read by E. White himself perfect if you have a road trip in your near future. When you think about sharing an experience with your kids around a book, the key is to keep it simple.
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For Trumpet of the Swan , pack up a picnic, your copy of the book, and a large blanket, and head to a local pond to enjoy the wildlife. Do you have Trumpeter Swans in your area? Visit the Trumpeter Swan Society website to see if Trumpeters regularly visit a wildlife refuge near you and to download their free Swan and Goose identification brochure. Remember this: asking compelling questions is more important than getting compelling answers, so just enjoy the conversation that unfolds.
The Trumpet Of the Swan
If you know how to ask your kids about how their day was, you know how to talk with your kids about books. This 3-step experience might just knock your reading socks right off. Trumpeter Swans our family saw near Bend, Oregon. My guess? And hey… if you decide to read along with us this summer, use the readaloudrevival hashtag to share pictures on Facebook and Instagram.
Maybe even unforgettable. Read with us?
Go ahead and do it now… then keep reading! The language is a little simpler in this one than it is in Stuart Little , so it is more accessible to younger children.
What have you been reading with your family this week? Leave a comment or a link to your own Read Aloud Thursday blog post!
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Snag the button , too, if you want. Have a happy Read Aloud Thursday! August 27, at am. I may need to put that in the pile soon. Lots of description! August 27, at pm.
The Trumpet of the Swan by E.B. White
I bet Bookworm1 would like it very much. Jen Happy Little Homemaker. Read Aloud Thursday: Animals, Animals. Page Turner. With my 5 and 2 year old, it seems that I hardly get to eat lunch before they are finished. I enjoyed your homeschooling re-cap post, too. August 28, at am. My girls have just come to expect a post-lunch read-aloud session.
I finish eating before they do, usually.