Read and Sing Little Books Set #1

Read and Sing Little Books Set #1
Read and Sing Little Books Set #1
Read and Sing Little Books Set #1
Read and Sing Little Books Set #1
Read and Sing Little Books Set #1
Read and Sing Little Books Set #1
Read and Sing Little Books Set #1
Read and Sing Little Books Set #1
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Set #1 of “Read and Sing Little Books” from Nellie Edge gives you black-line masters printables of 11 little books with the text of familiar folk songs and pictures for the children to color. Fold, cut, and staple to make books for each of your students.

Differentiated! In the classroom, teachers provide this simulated reading experience by group singing and shared reading. With each child having their own paperback copy or child-sized Little Book of the song, the teacher can carefully guide the children through each book page by page, and every child feels a sense of belonging and participates at their own level.

Read further for ways to easily incorporate these into your school day.

Contents:

Down By the Bay

Five Little Speckled Frogs

I Can Read Colors

I Have a Cat

Jack-O-Faces

Mary Wore Her Red Dress

My Aunt Came Back

Oh, A-Hunting We Will Go

One Elephant Went Out to Play

Opposite Song

Over in the Meadow

Parents are often amazed at how quickly the child memorizes and proudly pretends to read and sing the entire book. We call this “magical memory reading.” It is an important phase that most children go through as they construct their knowledge of how print works.

Through memory reading, many young children effortlessly learn the syntax of our language and concepts about how print works while their eyes are training to sweep the page left to right and top to bottom. For children who have not had years of “magical memory reading” experiences at home, teachers must provide this joyful language experience at school as a scaffold upon which to build literacy skills.

Children can develop expressive fluent oral language and the ability to hear and distinguish sounds and understand concepts about print long before their eyes can track and decode individual words. Engaging young children with picture books of well-loved folk songs and rhymes accelerates their oral language development and builds phonemic awareness naturally while the child is delighting in the sounds of language and connecting that joy to print. These prolonged rich experiences with oral language are vital if our children are to reach their potential as readers, writers, speakers, and thinkers.

The next set is Read and Sing Little Book Set 2

Also available: 5 Free Spanish Read and Sing Little Books with traditional songs

Find Read and Sing Big Books in English and Spanish on my website.

Read the blog: Sing Songs That Build Friendship and Literacy in English and Spanish

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