What’s a parent of a special needs child to do about reading aloud?
How do you choose books to read with a child who is developing at a different rate than his or her peers?
Cheryl Swope, author of Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for Any Child and mama to special needs twins, gives us the lowdown in this episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast.
- about the benefit of reading aloud with kids with special needs
- choosing books
- Cheryl’s advice for parents starting out
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Books from this episode:
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Books from today’s episode:
- Simply Classical
- Eternal Treasures
- Tasha Tudor’s books
- Margaret Wise Brown’s books
- Robert McCloskey’s books
- The Little Bear books
- The Epic of Gilgamesh
- Homer’s books
- Little Britches
- Fellowship of the Rings trilogy
- Endangered Minds
- Failure to Connect
- The Read-Aloud Handbook