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Simple, printable emergent readers can be your go to, to use in reading groups or to put color versions in your class libraries. Kids love to color them and create their own little books to take home. This is a freebie from an emergent reader bundle with 150 little books that focus on CVC/blends and include some primer and pre primer sight words for your new readers. Preschool|Kindergarten|First Grade|Homeschool
Emergent readers meet editable name books! Beginning readers will love seeing their own name on every page of their little book. The repetitive text and easy-to-recognize pictures will ensure their success. This book features weather and days of the week. There are also other themes available.
On a Rainy Day Reinforce sight words, making a connection, writing an opinion, and main idea and details with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "On a Rainy Day" mini book practices the sight words I, like, to, do, in, the, my, jump. The story features predictable text and follows kids as they have fun playing outside in the rain.
Try this FREE Itsy Bitsy Spider Nursery Rhyme Emergent Reader to use with your Preschool or Kindergarten students. Then try my nursery rhymes bundle which includes 10 different themes and is full of activities such as sequencing, puppets, vocabulary, emergent readers, etc.