Spring Emergent Readers and Response Activities (A Growing Bundle)

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If you are looking to engage readers this spring 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, verbs, main idea and details, fact and opinion, problem/solution, sequencing and more! Each book comes with several corresponding response and/or writing activities. Interactive graphic organizers have been included for some response activities. I believe it is important to expose early readers to these types of activities in a fun way! Once complete, I give my students a chance to share their writing with a partner or the group. Students need many opportunities to read and share their writing! This bundle provides many chances to do so.

This bundle will contain all of my Spring 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 10 emergent reader titles. Some topics will include spring weather, animals, signs of spring, spring activities, plants, and more! Please note that Easter and St. Patrick’s Day emergent readers will be listed separately from this bundle

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.

Click on the green star to follow me for updates and freebies. Newly listed items are priced at 50% off, for the first 48 hours. Many spring themed activities are in the works!

”Spring Colors” Reinforce sight words, color words, writing a response, and main idea and details with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Spring Colors" mini book practices the sight words we, can, see, in, the, and, little, on, by, of, and color words. The story features predictable text and follows two kids on a walk looking for spring colors. I have included three response activities. First, students will read sentences and draw pictures to match. Second, students will draw a picture of something they see in the springtime and write a matching sentence. Last, students will complete a “petal flip flap” main idea and details graphic organizer. Given the main idea, students will draw and write details from the text. Detailed directions are included with this easy to complete activity! Once complete, students will be eager to share their creations. You can also attach the completed flowers to colorful construction paper to create a springtime bulletin board or wall display.

”On a Rainy Day” Reinforce sight words, making a connection, writing an opinion, and main idea and details with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "On a Rainy Day" mini book practices the sight words I, like, to, do, in, the, my, jump. The story features predictable text and follows kids as they have fun playing outside in the rain. I have included three response activities. First, students will draw a picture of a rainy day activity that they enjoy and write a matching sentence. Second, students will decide whether they would rather be indoors or outdoors on a rainy day. They will draw a picture and write a sentence telling their opinion of that particular preference. Last, students will complete an umbrella and rain main idea and details graphic organizer. Given the main idea, students will draw details from the text.

”Bunny’s Colorful Garden” Reinforce sight words, color words, reading questions and quotations, main idea and details, and making a connection with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Bunny’s Colorful Garden" mini book features predictable text and practices the sight words what, can, I, that, is, said, are, them, and, he, did, and color words. Students will follow bunny as he plants his garden with different colored vegetables in his garden. I have included two response activities. First, students will complete a “petal flip flap” main idea and details graphic organizer. Given the main idea, students will draw and write details from the text. Detailed directions are included with this easy to complete activity! Once complete, students will be eager to share their creations. You can also attach the completed flowers to colorful construction paper to create a springtime bulletin board or wall display. Second, students will complete a “My Colorful Garden” flip book. They will think of different colored fruits or vegetables that they would plant in a garden, trace and complete sentences on the front, and draw pictures to match on the inside. This also provides students a great opportunity to share their writing with a partner or the group!

“Bunny’s Flower Stand” Reinforce sight words, color words, sequencing, verbs, and reading quotations with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Bunny’s Flower Stand" mini book practices the sight words come, to, my, said, I, have, of, down, the, I, will, get, one, two, three, and color words. The story features semi predictable text and follows Bunny’s day as he sells flowers at his stand. He calls out to his animal friends, who take turns coming to buy a variety of numbers and colors of flowers. I have included three response activities. First, students will think back to the text and complete a graphic organizer by drawing the animals, in order, that came to the flower stand. Second, students will complete sentences with the verb that tells how each animal came to the stand. Last, students will follow a color by sight word code to color a flower stand.

"My Kite" Reinforce sight words, writing a summary, and problem/solution with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "My Kite" mini book practices the sight words where, will, my, it, up, go, now, over, and. The story features semi predictable text and follows a little girl as she flies her kite over different things at the park. The story ends with a problem, that students will solve in one of the response activities. I have included three response activities. First, students will think back to the text and complete a problem/solution flip chart graphic organizer. Students will write and draw the problem from the story and then write and draw their own solution. Upon completion students can share their writing with the group. Second, students will write and draw the beginning, middle, and end of the story. Last, students will follow a color by sight word code to color the little girl and her kite.

"Signs of Spring" Reinforce sight words, sorting, writing a fact, and main idea and details with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Signs of Spring" mini book practices the sight words look, at, the, I, see, a, and, her, up, down, over, here, there, what. The story features semi-predictable text and follows a search for signs of spring. I have included three response activities. First, students will sort pictures according to whether or not they are a sign of spring. Second, students will draw a picture of another sign of spring, not included in the text, and write a matching sentence. Last, students will complete a “match flip book” main idea and details graphic organizer. Given the main idea, students will draw and write details from the text. Detailed directions are included with this easy to complete activity! Once complete, students will be eager to share their creations. You can also attach each to colored construction paper and use as part of a "Signs of Spring" bulletin board or hallway display.

"In the Pond" Reinforce sight words, labeling a picture, drawing/writing a fact, and main idea and details with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "In the Pond" mini book practices the sight words do, you, see, a the, in. The story features semi-predictable text and shows a variety of plants and animals, that can be found at a pond. I have included two response activities. First, students will complete a “match flip book” main idea and details graphic organizer. Given the main idea, students will draw and write details from the text. Detailed directions are included with this easy to complete activity! Once complete, students will be eager to share their creations. You can also attach each to colored construction paper and use as part of a pond theme bulletin board or hallway display. Second, students will complete an "In the Pond" flip book. On the first page, students will draw a picture of a pond. On the second page, they will write one or more sentences to describe the picture. On the last page, they will color a picture of a pond. Then, they will cut and glue labels to match the plants and animals in the pond.

“Let’s Find Bugs”Reinforce sight words, fact and opinion, and verbs with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Let's Find Bugs" mini book practices the sight words look, where, see, this, little, down, has, here, will, is, and color words. The story features semi-predictable text and follows an outdoor search for bugs. I have included three response activities. First, students will complete draw three bugs from the text and write a fact from the text to match each picture. They will also choose a bug, draw a picture, and write their opinion about it. Second, students will complete a "Bug Facts" and "Bug Opinions" puzzle. Students will cut, sort, and glue puzzle pieces to complete each puzzle. Last, students will complete sentences with verbs to tell how each bug moves.

Springtime on the Farm Reinforce sight words, sorting, sequencing, and main idea and details with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Springtime on the Farm" mini book practices the sight words look, said, there, is, I, see, a, with, her, and, little, and some color words. It also features the names of adult and baby farm animals. The story features semi-predictable text and follows Jim and Meg as they visit a farm in the springtime. I have included three response activities. First, students will sort pictures according to whether they are baby or adult farm animals. Second, students will complete a “match flip book” main idea and details graphic organizer. Given the main idea, students will draw and write details from the text. Detailed directions are included with this easy to complete activity! Once complete, students will be eager to share their creations. Last, students will draw, in order, the animal pairs that Jim and Meg saw on the farm.

"Life Cycle of a Frog" Emergent Reader and Craftivity Introduce non-fiction text, reading for details and completing a diagram, while reinforcing sight words with this fun and engaging emergent reader and craftivity! My "Life Cycle of a Frog" mini book practices the sight words they, on, in, look, like, can, soon, are, but, little, and. It also features the vocabulary and facts about the life cycle of a frog. In response to this reader, I have included a frog flip book craftivity! Students will use the text to write and illustrate two facts about the life cycle of a frog. They will also use cut and paste pictures and labels to complete a diagram of the life cycle of a frog. I have included templates, pictures, and detailed instructions for completing the frog craftivity. This was a favorite activity with my students and created a cute hallway display!
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Spring Emergent Readers and Response Activities (A Growing
Spring Emergent Readers and Response Activities (A Growing
Spring Emergent Readers and Response Activities (A Growing
Spring Emergent Readers and Response Activities (A Growing