These little color mini readers are eprfect for morning work, math centers, building reading workshop stamina. These print 2 per page and are just the right size for little hands and helps save on ink and paper too!
I like to make these color mini readers for my Kinders to use for morning work during the first few weeks of school. After coloring them, they are placed in their reading bags. These become an immediate collection of "just right" books for reading workshop time!
Each mini reader is an 8 page (easy to make) mini reader for your Kinders! The titles include:
What is White?
What is Black?
What is Yellow?
What is Red?
What is Green?
What is Pink?
What is Blue?
What is Brown?
What is Orange?
What is Purple?
What is Gray?
Quick and easy directions are included to assemble!
Two blackline versions are included: one with tracking dots (to help early readers with voice/print match) …plus one without the tracking dots. You choose the one that is best for your kiddos.
The readers feature blackline pictures so that students can add color!
The repetitive text and simple sight words (the, is) make this perfect to start off the school year! It is interactive too, as the last page allows for students to draw, color and label one more item.
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