In this emergent reader, we've taken some of our favorite winter art and paired with predictable sentences. This emergent reader is perfect for a sensorial unit, temperature unit, winter unit, or simple to help students categorize hot and cold!
Images and text include:
A blizzard is cold.
A cooler is cold.
Ice cream is cold.
Icicles are cold.
An igloo is cold.
Milk is cold.
A popsicle is cold.
Snowflakes are cold.
A snowman is cold.
+ a blank page for students to write and illustrate their own page with the prompt ______________ is cold.
The books have 11 pages each, including the cover page that has an area for students to write their names.
There are two stories on each page. There's a black and white version for students to color, and there's also a color version for your guided reading groups.
We hope this emergent reader has your students excited about learning cold words and sight words a/an/is/are! They will gain confidence as new readers!
Please note: This is NOT an editable document. It is a PDF. You cannot change the wording of the story or font.
WINTER EMERGENT READERS:
Snowmen Counting with One-to-One Correspondence Emergent Reader
Mitten Colors Emergent Reader
Arctic Animals Emergent Reader
Polar Bear Colors Emergent Reader
Polar Bear Actions Emergent Reader
Penguin Colors and Shapes Emergent Reader
Winter Clothes Emergent Reader
Snowman Life Cycle, Step by Step Writing, & Drawing
WINTER WORD WALLS
Arctic Animal Word Wall
WINTER CALENDAR PIECES
January Calendar Pieces
How To Build an Igloo Mini-book
Gingerbread Life Cycle and Writing Prompts
Gingerbread Emotions Emergent Reader
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