March Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)

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If you are looking to engage readers this March and help them gain fluency, then this growing bundle is for you! Each emergent reader practices many sight words and reinforces concepts such as color words, number words, positional words, sequencing, beginning, middle, and end, main idea and details, writing a how to, writing a response, writing to make a connections, and more. Each book comes with several corresponding response and differentiated writing activities. This bundle will contain all of my March Emergent Reader Dollar Deals. Purchase now to take advantage of the buy in price. As I begin to add more readers, the price will increase. Once complete, this bundle will include at least 8 emergent reader titles.

Please read the product description carefully! The bundle cover shows each emergent reader title. Be sure not to purchase the titles separately, as well as this bundle. The individual listing covers may look different, but the product description is the same.

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”Where Will Leprechaun Read?” A Positional Words Emergent Reader and Response Activities Reinforce sight words, positional words, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My 14 page "Where Will Leprechaun Read?" mini book practices the sight words will, his, new, little, where, 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 leprechaun reading his new book in different settings. I have included two writing activities. Students will draw a picture of their favorite place to read and write a matching sentence. Students will predict where leprechaun will read next. They will draw a picture and write a matching sentence. Also included is a color by sight word page, practicing the sight words from this book.

”Where is My Pot of Gold?” Reinforce sight words, questions, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Where is My Pot of Gold?" mini book practices the sight words went, to, the, is, in, it, here, said, was, not, there. The story features predictable text and follows leprechaun on a search for his missing pot of gold. In response, students will draw a picture of something they lost and write a sentence telling where they found it. They will also complete sentences about the story, using words from the story.

”Counting Coins” A Number Words Emergent Reader and Response Activities Reinforce sight words, number words to 5, beginning, middle, and end, and writing a prediction with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Counting Coins" mini book features predictable text and practices the sight words now, little, put, the, in, his, have, said, on, as well as number words one - five. Students will follow little leprechaun, as he collects gold coins for his pot. Once he has five, he is off to hide them. I have included 4 response activities. In the first response activity, students will read sentences and draw the correct number of coins in the pot to match each sentence. In the second, students will draw pictures showing the beginning, middle, and end, and write sentences to match. In the third, students will predict where leprechaun will hide his gold. They will draw a picture and write a sentence to match. Last, they will draw and write where they would hide a pot of gold.

“Leprechaun Goes to School” Reinforce sight words, writing a prediction, and writing a connection with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Leprechaun Goes to School" mini book practices the sight words little, went, to, I, want, play, he, said, saw, make, and, did, will, now. The story features semi predictable text and follows little leprechaun as he plays tricks at school. In response, students will predict where leprechaun might go to play tricks next. They will draw a picture and write a matching sentence. They will also pretend to be a leprechaun, draw, and write a trick that they would play at school. Last, students will complete sentences about the story, using words from the story.

“Leprechaun Goes to the Park” Reinforce sight words, writing a prediction, and writing a connection with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Leprechaun Goes to the Park" mini book practices the sight words little, went, to, the, he, said, now, it, is, on, green. The story features semi predictable text and follows little leprechaun as he plays tricks at a park. In response, students will predict where leprechaun might go to play tricks next. They will draw a picture and write a matching sentence. They will also pretend to be a leprechaun, draw, and write a trick that they would play at a park. Last, students will complete sentences about the story, using words from the story.

”Leprechaun Goes to Art Class” Reinforce sight words, writing a connection, and main idea and details with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Leprechaun Goes to Art Class" mini book practices the sight words little, saw, some, green, I, will, make, said, and, he, did. The story features semi predictable text and follows little leprechaun as he plays tricks at an art class. In response, students will pretend to be a leprechaun, draw, and write a trick that they would play at an art class. They will read sentences from the story, cut, and paste pictures to match each sentence. Last, they will draw four details to match the main idea.

”Leprechaun’s Green Juice Reinforce sight words, sequencing, writing a how to, main idea and details and writing a connection with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Leprechaun's Green Juice" mini book practices the sight words little, put, got, some, I, will, in, the, he, said. The story features predictable text and shows the steps leprechaun follows to make his green juice. I have included four response activities. Students will recall the steps leprechaun followed to make his green juice. They will cut and glue the steps in order. Given the main idea, students will draw four details from the text. Students will draw a picture of what they would use to make green juice and write a sentence to match. Students will also draw and write to create a 4 step "How to Make Green Juice" flip book. The flip book template and instructions have been included!

“Leprechaun Goes to Dinner” Reinforce sight words, writing a connection, and main idea and details with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Leprechaun Goes to Dinner" mini book practices the sight words little, saw, some, green, I, will, make, said, and, he, did. The story features semi predictable text and follows little leprechaun as he plays tricks at a restaurant. In response, students will pretend to be a leprechaun, draw, and write a trick that they would play at a restaurant. Last, they will draw four details to match the main idea.

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March Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)
March Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)
March Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)
March Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)