Grammar School Read Alouds


A story is a way to say something that can’t be said any other way, and it takes every word in the story to say what the meaning is. You tell a story because a statement would be inadequate. 
Flannery O’Connor

Why do our teachers read aloud to students?
•    To introduce your children to great literature that is beyond their personal reading ability.
•    To help your children develop a life-long love of reading.
•    To expand your children's vocabulary.
•    To build listening skills, including the ability to visualize the meaning of spoken words.
•    To develop oral reading skills.

Covenant Classical School  Read Aloud Stories

 Kindergarten  Grade 1
 Grade 2
 Grade 3
 Grade 4
 Grade 5
 Winnie the Pooh
 My Father's Dragon
 The Water Horse 
Beorn the Proud  Redwall The Wolves of Willoughby Chase 
 Trumpet of the Swan
 The Borrowers
 Cricket in Times Square
 The Tale of Despereaux
From The Mixed-up Files of  Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler   The Best of Father Brown
 In Grandma's Attic
 More Stories From Grandma's Attic Ahmal and the Night Visitors The Wheel on the School   The Fate of the 
Yellow Woodbee
 At the Back of the North Wind
 Herriot'sTreasury for Children
 Owls in the Family
Greek Myths
 George Mueller:  The Guardian of Bristol's Orphans

 
 Velveteen Rabbit
 The 5,000 Year Puzzle
 Gladys Alyward:  Adventures of a Lifetime


 
 Sleeping Beauty  Archaeologists Dig for Clues
Hero Tales: Adoniram Judson  
 
 Ugly Duckling  Mummies Made in Egypt
       
 Elves and the Shoemaker  Tut's Mummy