There is so much going on during the month of May. For some, the school year is ending. Others are working their way through end of the year assessments and getting ready to wrap up the year next month. Despite the busy schedule that this month brings, there are still so many days to celebrate and honor. Here are some May read alouds that you can share with your students this month.
The Poppy Lady by Barbara Walsh
The Wall by Eve Bunting
What Does It Mean to Be American? by Rana DiOrio
A Day for Rememberin’ by Leah Henderson
America’s White Table by Margo Theis Raven
Chocolate Chip Cookie Day
The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins
How the Cookie Crumbled by Gilbert Ford
Mae Among the Stars by Roda Ahmed
Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly
Mousetronaut by Mark Kelly
There Was an Old Astronaut Who Swallowed the Moon by Lucille Colandro
I hope you found some new titles that you can share with your students this month. If you’re looking for more spring-themed books, you can check out my Spring Read Alouds post HERE. If you’re wrapping up the school year and want some end of the year read alouds, check out that post HERE!
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