This emergent reader little book will help young students practice early reading skills, while reading about a fun subject: bats!! It would be great to use for browsing boxes, independent reading, guided reading groups, or Read to Self.
On each page, there is a different color bat
The text throughout the book follows this pattern:
Is a bat "color word"?
No! A bat is not "color word" .
Then, on the last two pages, the text follows the pattern:
Is a bat "brown/black"?
Yes! A bat can be "brown/black" .
The color word on each page is in bold text to help students identify the color word. There is also a chart with the color words in the appropriate color; this can be printed in color and used as a resource for students who need a little extra support.
The following color words are included in this book: red, blue, yellow, green, purple, orange, black, white, brown, and pink.
This book includes 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!!
**Click here for the matching Shared Reading PowerPoint!!**
If you like this emergent reader with a “Halloween” theme,
you might like some of my other little books that would be great to use in your kindergarten classroom around Halloween.
**Ready for Halloween**
**Halloween Monkeys **
**Look at Me… It is Halloween **
**Bats Nonfiction Reader- Level C **
**If you like this book, you might enjoy my set of Monthly Color Word readers; there is a similar book for each month of the year, using a seasonal topic!!
**Monthly Color Word Emergent Readers**
If you like this emergent reader,
you might like some of my other little books for beginning readers.
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**Emergent Readers**Thanks for looking and happy teaching!!!
Graphics from Ashley Hughes, Sonya Dehart Design, and Workaholic NBCT.