The Very Hungry Caterpillar? No.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears? No.
Each year, I ask my class to choose a book from the Roald Dahl collection in our classroom as a way of exposing children to stories beyond what they can read independently.
Children often look forward to story time as it marks the end of the day when they can wind down, listen to a story, drink their milk, and prepare to go home. You would imagine that the thought of going home would excite them, but often, they would rather stay in school as they are engrossed in what is unfolding in the story and so that we can ‘read just one more chapter’ together! Their groans as a reaction for being told to get their things and to go home as their parents stand glued to the window bring a different kind of satisfaction. We have the luxury of…
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