Listen to Reading

During Listen to Reading, students listen to stories either at the computers or at the listening center. Students can also take the tape players or MP3 players to a quiet spot in the room to listen to a story.

9 thoughts on “Listen to Reading

  1. I love all your pictures of what you are doing with Daily 5 in your classroom. I teach 2nd grade also and I plan on starting Daily 5 in my classroom this year. I would love anything you would be willing to share. Thank you!

  2. I love this website and all your ideas. I plan on implementing daily 5 this year in my 2nd grade classroom as well. And I want a frog/turtle theme in my classroom, so I love your pictures.

    I have a question. Do you have any good free story websites that you use on your computers for listen to reading. I work for a charter school and I only have 1 CD player for students to listen to stories. They have to listen to the same story as their partners.

    Thanks!

  3. Thank you!! I use the Robert Munsch website, he reads his books. I also use Tumblebooks and we have a paid subscription to Raz Kids.

  4. You are a caring loving teacher, to your students and to “US” teachers that want to really teach! As a newbie 2nd grade teacher you have supported me immensely, with your site and again with your real love of teaching! Thank you for teaching me! Sincerely Angela-Kiki M.S. Ed.

  5. Can you please tell me the names of the four websites students are allowed to go to for listening to reading?

  6. What a tremendous amount of effort and dedication you have in your program!
    I will be new to 2nd grade next year and I’m trying to figure it all out after 15 years in K. I noticed so many little tape players at kids’ desks. I presume they’re all battery operated? You are doing so many wonderful things in your room.
    Thank you for sharing!

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