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This book compares and contrasts bats and birds. There are two different versions of the books. One version provides all of the text. The second version has a fill in the blank for either the word Birds or Bats. This reader goes very well with the book Stellaluna by Janell Cannon. Pages that are
This is a non-fiction book about bats where your kiddos will learn facts about bats while learning how to read. This book is great to use for guided reading, individual reading, or partner reading. For more Halloween themed games, activities, emergent readers, and printables, click on the links
This is an emergent reader book, by Sara Ipatenco, that encourages children to recognize simple sight words such as “are,” “they,” “use” and “the.” The 10-page book uses simple text to describe facts about bats, such as what they eat and how they find food. It also uses repeated text and encourages
All about bats emergent reader. Perfect for pre/post bats have/are/can charts. Students finish the book with an additional fact about bats.
old lady, bat, emergent reader, sight words *Available in a bundle!* There was an Old Lady who Swallowed a bat-The Bundle Students will LOVE their very own Kindergarten There was an Old Lady book. There are two books in this download. The first is 11 pages long and practices the words This, is
PreK - 1st
This emergent reader is a great way to get your little ones excited about reading! The story is repetitive and uses sight words and color words! It also uses the vocabulary word bat...which is also a great way to work in the -at family! Sight Words: I/can/see/the/ and the color words! This emerg
This emergent reader is intended for students who are beginning to read. The book follows a pattern and focuses on sight word can. After reading the book, there is a writing activity where students can draw and write one thing that bats can do.Buy this as part of my Emergent Reader Growing Bundle
This product includes both a teacher edition in color as well as the popular black and white version for students to color. The product also comes with a FREE English version for bilingual classrooms. This Emergent Reader Pattern Book was created to build confidence in our emerging readers, while t
Let's Learn About Nocturnal Animals This pack is full of nocturnal animal themed fun for kindergarten and 1st grade students.Science Fun:-Label a Bat-Life Cycle of a Bat-Nocturnal Animal Emergent Reader-Nocturnal Animal Sort-Describe a Bat-Bat Facts Flip Book-Bats Can/Have/AreWriting:-Write the Room
K - 1st
Halloween * Emergent Reader * Sight Words * DifferentiatedHalloween Emergent Reader {DRA Level Sight Word Readers} is the simple way to bring literacy to life during Halloween. Four different books are in this pack to give you enough material to last the month of October. Each book is compatible wi
Are you looking for a LOW PREP reading activity? Enjoy this informational reading resource which is comprised of a color version and black and white version of ALL ABOUT BATS themed READING activities. The possibilities are endless with this reading resource. The activities can be used for guided
Hello! The predictable text in this adorable bat-themed emergent reader will help beginning readers build confidence and fluency. The text features the sight words "there is/are" and is a great addition to any preschool, pre-k or kindergarten classroom library, nocturnal/diurnal-themed science less
Perfect emergent reader that has students learning their colors through a bat! Colors included: *rojo (red) *anaranjado (orange) *amarillo (yellow) *verde (green) *azul (blue) *morado (purple) *rosado (pink) *negro (black) *café (brown) Repetitive pattern: El murciélago ________. Perfect for you
This sight word based emergent reader is perfect for the month of October. Students will read about different things they see in October. Product includes a colored version and a black and white version for students to color. The reader is 8 pages long.Thank you for your purchase and please leave
Are you looking for a fun way to engage your beginning readers? This product offers a cute story with simple rhyming phrases. I have posted it as an emergent book and reader's theater script. Your young readers will be begging to act out this story. Use the book as a shared reading activity first an
This is a simple emergent reader with sight words I, see, and a. There are two versions to allow for differentiation within your math classroom.In version 1, students will practice counting and writing numerals.In version 2, students will practice adding and writing equations.This is a great additi
Hey, Bat! What Do You See? Halloween fun in an emergent reader that will help your students learn the sight words, “I, see, & the.” This simple rhyming story will be great fun for your students to read. We often read these books as part of our reading groups, then place the books in the stude
PreK - 1st
These bat emergent reader mini books are perfect to get your students' reading to take flight! The repetitive text provides students with a chance to read all about bats, while learning and practicing a variety of reading skills!Skills to Practice with emergent readers:Pointer Power (while following
This escape room for younger kids is an ideal introduction to critical thinking and logic puzzles, and focuses on some important skills, from following directions to using and reading CVC words. Polly needs some help getting ready for bed. Can your emerging reader use their critical thinking skills
This bat emergent reader hits two content areas with one stone: 1 to 1 correspondence of counting bats and number words! This counting bats emergent reader is perfect for an October math center or an October guided reading group! The repetitive text reads "I see (number word) bat/s". This downloa
Practice counting the number of bats on each card while completing the rhyming emergent reader. Students can listen along and call out the number of bats as they listen. Then type the number of bats in the blank. Great for Halloween math centers and making the math and literacy connection in an inte
PreK - 1st
This Halloween emergent reader is a fun and colorful book that will have your students reading all about bats and color words! This printable book is no prep and the perfect addition to your guided reading groups or literacy block in PreK, Kindergarten or 1st grade. This printable book can be used t
My Animal unit contains so many wonderful emergent readers and colorful classroom library books to meet all of your students reading needs. You can use this unit to support your reader's workshop, guided reading lessons, writing lessons, tutoring sessions and take-home support. There are many one pa
Are you looking for some seasonal sight word practice? Well you're going to love this simple seasonal reader for your students! Practice the words look, at, the, blue, red, orange, yellow, green, purple and of course bat! Here is what you get: Common Core Alignments Emergent Reader (color) Emerg

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