Sarah Mackenzie will help your kids fall in love with books, and will help *you* fall in love with homeschooling.
"Heidi" takes us on a journey to the eventful childhood of a good-hearted girl from the Swiss Alps. A warm and loving story, full of touching moments, it reaches children and adults alike. It was written in 1880 and published in two parts: 1. Heidi's years of learning and travel. 2. Heidi makes use of what she has learned. This English translation from 1915 has "an especial flavor, that very quality of delight in mountain scenes, in mountain people and in child life generally, which is one o ...
Children's stories perfect for classroom, bedtime, or anytime. Based on my 26 year hobby of reading in public elementary schools, the stories offered here are some of my favorite, kid-tested read-alouds. All stories appear with the permission of the author.
A sample of Quillette articles read aloud using a text-to-speech generator.
A selection of our favorite classroom stories.
Where we read-aloud and review some of our favorite children’s books!
Poetry read aloud every morning.
Poetry comes alive when read aloud! Let’s look at Bible poetry together.
දේවවචනය සවන් දීමට සහ මෙනෙහි කිරීමට දිනපතා අප හා එක්වන්න. ඔබගේ පහසුව සඳහා බයිබලයෙන් ඔබ වෙනුවෙන්ම තෝරාගත් පරිච්ඡේද ශබ්ද නඟා කියවනු ලැබේ. මෙම චැනලය ඔබට ආශීර්වාදයක් වේ යැයි අප සිතමි! Join with us daily to listen and mediate on the Word of God. Carefully selected passages from the bible will be read out aloud for your convenience. We hope that this channel will be a blessing to you!
Books are fun to read. It is also fun to have someone read to you. My name is Lauren. I am seven years old. I will be reading books to you. Remember, it's time to read fun books!
A fifth grade teacher shares books, teaching reflections, and his take on life.
Historical perspectives, basic instructional techniques, approaches to problems in one's own instructional area, roles in and designs for a total school program, what research and authorities suggest, and consideration of contemporary issues and concerns. Prerequisite: Admission I. 435/635
When a modern film script draws inspiration from a poem written more than a century ago, readers can judge its impact on our collective imagination. Such is the resonance of the poem "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe. First published in 1845, "The Raven" is a masterpiece of atmosphere, rhythmic quality and use of language. Constructed in narrative form, it tells the story of a young man who is mourning the loss of his beloved. One December night as he wearily sits up browsing through a classica ...
The Just So Stories for Little Children are among Kipling's best known and loved works. This recording aims to be the first complete audio book of this title with nothing left out.The Nobel prize-winning author's enjoyment in playing with the sounds and meanings of words is very evident throughout, and adds to adults' enjoyment of these stories for children. This playfulness is also dramatically present in the plotting. For both reasons these stories been loved by generations of children and ...
After Jennie and her mother mixed the batter for the Christmas cake, Jennie took it into her sick father's room so that he could stir in his wish. Then Jennie and her mom both stirred in their wishes. Now, it was up to the Christmas Elf to grant one of the three wishes.
In our sorrow this psalm can help.
God is ready to write your name down as his own child!
God, a good father, provides exactly what we need.
Do you feel it in the air? The seasons are a-changing…and it’s just about the best time of year for reading with a cup of cocoa, next to a crackling fire. (I suppose in the Southern Hemisphere it’s lemonade and beach reading… but there’s no bad season for reading, right?) We think you’re going to be very excited about what we have coming up in RAR …
What should we pray for?
If you’re feeling down, this is an excellent psalm to lift your spirits.
When an old trapper dies, his faithful bloodhound turns wild and fearsome tales grow around his mournful howl. But when the Wild Dog of Caucomgomac saves a young boy lost in the swamps, the townsfolk reassess their fears and give him a loving home for the rest of his days.
When concerned about enemies, what do you pray?
In today’s episode, we’re talking about how to talk with your kids about books. Specifically, we’re talking about open-ended questions, which you’ve probably heard us talk about before here at Read-Aloud Revival. Open-ended questions are key to having conversations with your kids about anything they read, and anything you read together. But what ex…
What does God see? How does he feel?
ගීතාවලිය 23 : 1 - 6 1 ස්වාමීන්වහන්සේ මාගේ එඬේරාය; මට හිඟයක් නොවන්නේය. 2 උන්වහන්සේ නිල් ගොදුරු බිම්වල මා ලගින්ට සලස්වනසේක. නිශ්චලවූ දිය අසලින් මා ගෙනයනසේක. 3 උන්වහන්සේ මාගේ ආත්මය ප්රාණවත්කරනසේක; ස්වකීය නාමය නිසා ධර්මිෂ්ඨකමේ මාවත්වල මා ගෙනයනසේක. 4 එසේය, මරණ සෙවණේ මිටියාවත මැදින් යන්නෙම් නමුත්, කිසි උපද්රවයකට භය නොවන්නෙමි; මක්නිසාද ඔබ මා සමගය. ඔබගේ …
Will you trust God the Father, in a world full of bad fathers?
What must we do if we want God’s help?
Should God help just because we hurt?
Simple steps to build our faith.
Rico has lived and fished alone since being jilted in his youth. But one day, Rico discovers that a pair of beautiful birds have built a nest at the top of his mast. He is ready to destroy the nest so that he can sail, but the local school-teacher convinces Rico of the rarity of the birds and the importance of letting them nest. Begrudgingly, Rico …
It happens to all of us at one point or another: reading shifts in our kids’ lives from being principally about joy and delight into something that needs to be done for school. A lot of us notice a significant drop in how much our kids are reading for pleasure once the school year is well underway. This is a problem. According to the National Liter…
Practical steps for what you can do when overwhelmed by the world.
God is love, and merciful and ____.
Want a good reason to praise God?
Can God stop be King over this crazy world?
In this very special episode of the podcast, the RAR team is discussing our favorite way to study history: through picture book biographies. We’re also sharing a brand new FREE resource – a huge list of our favorite picture book biographies, organized by time period and category. This resource will be a huge help to your history studies, because we…
A gently told story of how small things can bring joy. Alice finds and old, engraved powder horn in Mr. Hall's antique shop. When she brings it home, she and her father decide to build a "rainy-day" room in the attic decorated in the same designs as the powder horn.
Don’t swing to the right or left: Hold Righteousness
Pray to your God for your King, and serve.
What interesting ideas do you find in this psalm?
We need God, Now!
A tranquil mind. Any chance you want one of those? I know I do. Today on the Read-Aloud Revival podcast, we’re talking about how readers can give themselves the gift of a tranquil mind by reading old books. Wait, did I just say “by reading old books?” I did. And I have a feeling this episode will challenge and expand your expectation for what readi…
We need God’s help every day.
A psalm of epic scope can build our faith in God.
During the Great Peshtigo Forest Fire of 1871, Susanna's papa sets off to help his sister-in-law and her baby back to the river and safety. But before he can make it home the smoke becomes so thick he loses all sense of direction. Luckily, Susanna has the presence of mind to climb the bell tower of the old schoolhouse and ring the school bell givin…
What a timely call for praise and God’s blessing.
This was the psalm I needed to read.
If you need a boost of sunshine in your week, stop whatever you’re doing and listen to this podcast. Why? Because in this episode, Australian icon Mem Fox joins me to talk about the unique gift this specific time can offer us — the chance to read together, to connect, and to help our kids fall in love with books on a whole new level. Mem Fox is Aus…
God is bigger simple concerns
God is willing to help when their words hurt you.
Zachary just can't seem to stay in his seat. But as it turns out, it isn’t entirely his fault. Mr. Leeks, the old janitor, lets on that Zack’s seat is the orneriest bucking chair at W. T. Mellon Elementary School. Well, yahoo! Looks like there’s going to be a chair bustin’ rodeo in the classroom at the end of the hall.…
How do you nourish your faith?
If I try to solve by myself, what evil will I get myself into?
What would happen if you decided to be your child’s mentor, rather than their teacher? What if you awakened their wonder and curiosity, so that they became the kind of people who thirst for knowledge and understanding? What if you could fall in love with homeschooling your kids? In this episode, Sally Clarkson and I continue a conversation we start…
A personal cry for help and trust in our king.
The help of man is vain; the life found in God is everlasting.