This emergent reader book is a great way to begin reading with young students and talking about ways to stay safe in school with the corona virus and social distancing . Perfect sight word book for kindergarten, first grade, and second grade emergent readers. It would be great to use for browsing boxes, independent reading, guided reading groups, or Read to Self.
This book includes a large class copy and small guided reading booklets with the same text on both the top and bottom of each sheet of paper to make copying, sorting, stapling, and cutting easy to create a class set of little books!!
✔ Cover Page and Introduction Page
✔ Small 10 page Guided Reading Booklets
✔ 10 Pages of Rules Colored and Blackline
✔ Reading Celebration and Comprehension Links
✔ About the Author and Copyright Page
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