Cut, stack, staple and read books are great to use with early emergent readers! Reading patterns helps build fluency and confidence in young readers!
Is your school attempting to reduce paper use? If so, these are perfect- it is the benefit of a 4-page reader but only uses 1 page per student!
Working on students identifying colors and/or reading color words? These little 'flip books' are a great way to both introduce and review colors and color words to your early emergent readers and writers!
This Pack Includes:
*12 ‘Cut, Stack, Staple & Read’ activities
reviewing the following sight words:
A, is, an, the, my, see
and color words:
red, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink, purple, black, brown, white, gray and grey
*1 blank form- use to make additional practice or
have students write/illustrate their own books!
*Teach your students how to properly use a stapler
(mini staplers work great for this!)
and these can be used as a literacy/ ‘make-a-book’ center!
*Students cut out the pictures, stack them together,
staple them to the bottom sentence form
and then read the sentences they have created!
*A blank space on the bottom allows for students to create
(draw and sound spell/write) their own addition to the book!
*Reduces paper waste (the benefit of a 4 page book on 1 page!)
and requires NO PREP- just download, copy (and make a model)!
*Supports and Aligns with Common Core Standards for Early Emergent Readers and Writers!
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Happy Color Word Reading Fun!