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February Emergent Readers and Response Activities Growing Bundle

February Emergent Readers and Response Activities Growing Bundle
February Emergent Readers and Response Activities Growing Bundle
February Emergent Readers and Response Activities Growing Bundle
February Emergent Readers and Response Activities Growing Bundle
February Emergent Readers and Response Activities Growing Bundle
February Emergent Readers and Response Activities Growing Bundle
February Emergent Readers and Response Activities Growing Bundle
February Emergent Readers and Response Activities Growing Bundle
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Valentine's Day, Dental Health, Groundhog Day, Emergent Readers, Writing, Sequencing, Nouns, Verbs

If you are looking to engage readers this February and help them gain fluency, then this growing bundle is for you! Each emergent reader practices several sight words and reinforces concepts such as days of the week, positional words, number words, nouns, verbs, questions, quotations, main idea and details, and sequencing. Each book comes with several corresponding response and differentiated writing activities. This bundle will contain all of my February Emergent Reader Dollar Deals and February themed Emergent Reader and Writing Center sets. Purchase now to take advantage of the price. As I begin to add more readers, the price will increase, but you will be able to re-download and receive the updates for free! Once complete, this bundle will include at least 10 emergent reader titles.

Where is Groundhog? Reinforce sight words, positional words, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My 12 page "Where is Groundhog?" mini book practices the sight words here, is, in, the and positional words on, in, under, in front of, behind, next to, above, below, beside, between, and over. The story features predictable text and shows the position of groundhogs in different settings. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of a groundhog in any setting and use positional words to write a sentence to match. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. I have also included two matching activities, where students will cut and paste positional words to match pictures. Full color positional words puzzle cards complete this set. There is one puzzle card for each word. It shows the word and two picture representations. These can be left whole and used as mini posters or cut and laminated for a center activity.

How to Make a Valentine Reinforce sight words, practice sequencing, nouns/verbs, and writing with this fun and engaging emergent reader and corresponding center activities! My "How to Make a Valentine" mini book introduces time order words and features simple text that shows each step of making a valentine. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of who they would give a valentine to. They will either complete or write a sentence to match the picture. Additional response activities include sequencing activities and noun/verb practice. I have included a full color sequencing puzzle, to match the reader, as well as a cut and paste sequencing activity. After completing the sequencing activity, students will use the included templates to make a valentine. To practice nouns/verbs, I have included a full color pocket chart sorting activity. Students will sort pictures of nouns or verbs under the correct header cards. They will also draw and label valentine nouns/verbs.

Valentine Rain Reinforce sight words, practice real vs. make believe, and write a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader and corresponding center activities! My "Valentine Rain" mini book introduces days of the week and practices the sight words that, is, funny, what, will it. The story shows valentine items falling from the clouds, instead of rain, throughout a week. I have included two levels of writing response practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of something they would like to see fall from the sky, instead of rain. They will either complete or write a sentence to match the picture. I have also included two pocket chart activities. First, students will sort pictures of real and make believe weather. I have also included sequencing/retelling sentences and pictures. Students will build, sequence, and read sentences from the story. Then, they will match picture cards to each sentence. These activities can be used whole group or as a center.

What I Love Reinforce sight words, nouns/verbs, story retell, and writing a response with these fun and engaging emergent readers and corresponding activities! This bundle features 3 emergent readers. "What I Love Part 1" practices the sight words I, love, my, said, what, do, you. Kids tell people and things they love. "What I Love Part 2" practices the sight words I, love, to, go, the, I, can, said, for, with. Kids tell places they love to go and why. "What I Love Part 3" practices the sight words I, love, to, said, can, make, play. Kids tell activities that they love to do. Each reader has two levels of corresponding writing practice. Beginning writers will have a traceable sentence starter and more advanced writers will write a complete sentence. Students will draw someone or something they love and write a sentence to match. They will draw a place they love to go and write a matching sentence. Students will draw a favorite activity and write a matching sentence. I have also included a template to make a "What We Love" class book. To practice nouns/verbs, I have included noun and verb pocket chart header cards and pictures. There are two ways to practice. Either sort nouns by person, place, thing or sort pictures by noun or verb. Last, I have included pocket chart retelling sentences and picture cards for each reader. You can use these activities whole group, small group, or as a center.

Groundhog Day Reinforce sight words, making a prediction, graphing skills, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Groundhog Day" mini book practices sight words and gives Groundhog Day facts in simple sentences. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw whether or not the groundhog will see his shadow and complete the sentence to match. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. Students will also identify, draw, and label the type of weather the groundhog needs to see and not see his shadow. Last, I have included a Groundhog Day predictions pocket chart pictograph and data sheet. Students will vote "yes" or "no" to answer "Will the groundhog see his shadow?". After completing the graph, students will record and analyze the data in the recording sheet.

Healthy Teeth Reinforce sight words, main idea and details, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Dental Health" mini book practices the sight sight words I, do, you and gives dental health facts in simple sentences. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of one way to have healthy teeth and complete the sentence to match. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. Students will also identify, draw, and label details to match the main idea of the story, in a flip flap book. Last, I have included a healthy vs. unhealthy foods pocket chart sort.

How to Brush Your Teeth Reinforce sight words, practice sequencing, nouns/verbs, and story elements with this fun and engaging emergent reader and corresponding center activities! My "How to Brush Your Teeth" mini book features the sight words I, my, with and simple text that shows each step of brushing your teeth. In response, students will identify the character, setting, and retell the beginning, middle, and end, by drawing. Additional response activities include a sequencing puzzle, noun/verb sorting cards, and fluency sentences. These activities are large enough to fit in a pocket chart and can be used whole group, small group, or in centers.

Counting Cupcakes Reinforce sight words, number words, beginning, middle, and end, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Counting Cupcakes" mini book practices the sight sight words she, gave, one, to, now, has, in simple predictable sentences. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of who they would give a cupcake to and complete the sentence to match. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. To practice number words, students will count groups of cupcakes and cut and glue number words to match. They will also draw pictures to show the beginning, middle, and end of the story, and write sentences to match.

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