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Easter Read Alouds for the Classroom

Easter Read Alouds

Easter Read Alouds for the Classroom

It is almost time for Easter! It happens to be one of my favorite holidays to celebrate. Because there are so many amazing read alouds I wanted to share some of my favorite Easter Read Alouds for kids!

The stories in this set will make a great addition to your holiday books for your classroom!

There Was an Old Lady who Swallowed a ChickFirst of all is the classic “There was an old lady who swallowed a chick”. The old lady is at it again and in this story she swallows a chick and a host of other fun Easter themed items. I wonder what is going to happen next! Kids love the rhyming text and funny illustrations!

 

Looking for EasterLooking for Easter. This is such a fun loving story. It is the story of a little bunny with a big question? What is Easter? He takes a journey and asks some of his forest friends along the way. He figures out what Easter is and in the process makes a basket to give to a Robin for her new baby birds. 

Marley and the Great Easter Egg HuntMarley and the Great Easter Egg Hunt. 

This is another great story about Marley and how he and the family are attending the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Marley is very excited as he spots the eggs but he has trouble getting them to his family before someone else does. He decides to make his own way and oh boy does he cause quite the mess!

The Easter Egg  The Easter Egg

Such a sweet and beautifully illustrated story. This book is a bout a little bunny named Hoppi, who wants to make the best egg ever to be able to help the Easter Bunny on Easter morning. Hoppi sets off and soon finds out it is harder than he thought it would be. He soon decides that he might not be able to make the “best egg” but he can make one that he is proud of.

More Bunny Trouble  More Bunny Trouble

Another great story is More Bunny Trouble. It is Easter time again, and there¹s more trouble in store for Ralph, the soccer-loving rabbit. Not only does he have to paint Easter eggs, but he has to watch his baby sister, too. When she wanders off, it is up to Ralph to find her before dark.

The Easter Bunny that Overslept  The Easter Bunny that Overslept

One spring morning, the Easter Bunny skips merrily along to deliver his colorful, hand-painted eggs. But the children tell him that it’s Mother’s Day, which can only mean one thing: HE SLEPT THROUGH EASTER! Nobody wants eggs on Mother’s Day, or on the Fourth of July — and especially not on Halloween. 

Easter MiceEaster Mice

It’s springtime! It’s Eastertime! The Holiday Mice are going on an egg hunt. Distracted by the beautiful sunny day, the littlest mouse is the only one who doesn’t find any eggs . . . until he stumbles upon a very special egg that turns out to be the best one of all. A sweet treat for beginning readers!

The Easter Bunny's Assistant  The Easter Bunny’s Assistant

Finally The Easter Bunny’s Assistant. When the Easter Bunny decides to decorate eggs with the help of his friend Skunk, the two must learn to work together before the whole process goes awry.

These are just some of the fun Easter Read alouds you can find to read with your students. Do you have a listening center in your classroom?You can find each of these stories in my April edition of my QR Codes which make a super easy listening center. Here is a sample set of the April stories that include 2 differentiated response sheets with audio instructions!

Easter QR Codes for your listening center

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