Here is a bundle of four spring emergent readers. Included in this packet:
The Colorful Chameleon: This is a companion to the classic books "The Mixed-Up Chameleon," by Eric Carle or "A Color of His Own," by Leo Leonni. I love the message that being yourself is most important! Features the sight words I, can, be. Great for color word practice too! There are two versions of this book: one in color, and one in black and white.
I Can Count Raindrops is a little counting reader in which your students can count the raindrops on each page. Numerals are featured on the umbrellas with the number word in the predictable sentence on each page. Pictures are in black and white.
I Can Make Pairs: Make matching pairs of items on each page by reading the text and coloring in the black and white picture to match the colored one featured on each page.
Where Did the Hen Go?: A positional reader companion to the book Rosie's Walk, by Pat Hutchens. Sight words include she, went, the. Pictures are in black and white.
Peace, Heather j 2013
Tags: The Mixed-Up Chameleon / A Color of His Own / Emergent Reader / Literacy / Reading / Reading Strategies / Color words / Sight Words / Literature Tie-ins / Colors / Animals / Emotions
rain / math / counting / numbers / language arts / number words
matching / pairs / farm animals / Rosie's Walk / positional words /