Big Bob, Little Bob
Read Aloud with Rae 4/24: Big Bob, Little Bob by James Howe
By Rae Wilson
Can boys play with dolls? Can girls play with trucks? Should you be friends with someone who is different than you are. We’ll be defining self identity and defining friendships. This Friday’s Read Aloud with Rae invites your young detective to explore James Howe’s Big Bob, Little Bob.
The reading starts at 2pm on Friday 4/24 and runs approximately 25 minutes.
RSVP online to save your kiddos spot. Space is limited. Be sure to try logging on a few minutes early. It is hard to admit friends once the session has started.
All reading sessions are free, but tips are always appreciated.Tips may be sent via Venmo.
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Preparing for our Read Aloud:
– Play pirates! Anyone can be a pirate and there are a ton of dress up options.
– Print out the free coloring sheet and let your book detective do some coloring before the reading session. Kids will have a chance to show their pictures at the beginning of class.
– Print out the free crossword puzzle. 3rd and 4th graders will get a kick out trying to find the words from today’s story.
Let’s Play Pretend
After the Reading Session:
– Keep the conversation going! Invite your child to imagine you are both on an adventure.
– Invite your stuffed animals to join you for a healthy snack.
– Draw your family tree. Challenge your child to remember as many families members or friends that they can and draw a tree around all the names.
– Play dress up. Pretend to be the hero in your own story.