Last Day Blues Digital Read-Aloud

(2 customer reviews)


A favorite classroom story Ms. Hartwell and her class, and the kids are looking forward to the last week of school before summer vacation.

Read Aloud  Last Day Blues

This Last Day Blues digital read-aloud lesson plan pack includes rigorous text dependent questions, differentiated graphic organizers, response to text writing activities including a craftivity, and detailed lesson plans to help you meet several core standards while maintaining your tradition of reading aloud for pleasure. You will guide students to use evidence from the text to deepen their understanding of the story and respond in meaningful ways.


To teach these read aloud lessons you will need:

  • Last Day Blues by Julie Danneberg

This Last Da Blues lesson plan pack includes:

  • Detailed Lesson Plan with Examples
  • Text Dependent Questions
  • Key Ideas and Details Graphic Organizer
  • Point of View Graphic Organizer
  • Writing Paper
  • Kid Craftivity Instructions
  • Jpegs for uploading to Seesaw
  • Graphic Organizers for Google Slides

Additional information

Read Aloud Book Note

Read-Aloud Book is not included in the lesson plan.

Read Aloud Lesson Plan

2 Text Dependent Questions, Differentiated Graphic Organizers, Writing in Response to Text, Craftivity Instructions and Pattern, Bulletin Board Titles, Graphic organizers,, 3 You will guide students to use evidence from the text to deepen their understanding of each story and respond in meaningful ways., Each book's lesson plans will guide you through 3-5 daily close reading lessons. Each day the students will interact with the book for a different purpose and then complete a corresponding activity.

grade level

1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grad, Kindergarten

Learning Model Type

Distance Learning, Hybrid (or blended), Traditional Classroom

Resource Type

Google Slides, Printable, SeeSaw

2 reviews for Last Day Blues Digital Read-Aloud

  1. Karen Holdermann

    This was a great way for my students to express how they were feeling about the last day of school as well as express their feelings about distance learning.

  2. Karen Holdermann

    I love that I was able to still read this book to my class and do a fun activity with them even through distance learning.

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