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Winter Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)

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If you are looking to engage readers this winter and help them gain fluency, then this growing bundle is for you! Each emergent reader practices several sight words and reinforces concepts such as color words, positional words, number words, main idea and details, informational text, problem/solution, beginning, middle, and end, questions, quotations, and sequencing. Each book comes with several corresponding response and differentiated writing activities. This bundle will contain all of my Winter Emergent Reader Dollar Deals and winter themed Emergent Reader and Writing Center sets. Purchase now to take advantage of the price. As I begin to add more readers, the price will increase, but you will be able to re-download and receive the updates for free! Once complete, this bundle will include at least 12 emergent reader titles.

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 will 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 winter themed activities are in the works!

”Where are the Snow Bears?” A Positional Words Emergent Reader and Response Activities Reinforce sight words, positional words, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My 12 page "Where are the Snow Bears?" mini book practices the sight words this, little, is, can, go, the and positional words on, in, under, in front of, behind, next to, above, below, beside, between, and over. The story features predictable text and shows the position of snow bears in different winter settings. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of a snow bear in any setting and use positional words to write a sentence to match. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. I have also included a two matching activities, where students will cut and paste positional words to match pictures. Full color positional words puzzle cards complete this set. There is one puzzle card for each word. It shows the word and two picture representations. These can be left whole and used as mini posters or cut and laminated for a center activity.

”On a Snowy Day” Reinforce sight words, sorting, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "On a Snowy Day" mini book practices the sight words I, like, to, go, have, make, on, a. The story features predictable text and tells snowy day activities. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of a snowy day activity and write a sentence telling about it. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. I have also included a sorting activity, where students will cut out pictures of activities, and glue only snowy day activities into the scene.

”My Snowman” Reinforce sight words, practice color words, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "My Snowman" mini book practices the sight words my, has, a, two, as well as color words. The story features predictable text and tells the colors of each part of the snowman. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture a picture of a snowman and write a sentence telling about it. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture.

”Let’s Build a Snow Man” Emergent Reader, Sequencing, and Writing Center Reinforce sight words, practice sequencing, labeling and writing with this fun and engaging emergent reader and corresponding center activities! My "Let's Build a Snowman" mini book practices the sight words I, can, put, on, two and color words. The story features simple text that shows each step of building a snowman. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of a snowman. They will write a sentence telling one step of building a snowman. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. Additional response activities include a sequencing page and a snowman labeling page. Students will cut, order, and paste, all the steps of building a snowman and cut and paste to label a snowman. The writing center contains two pages of unlabeled full color sequence cards, three pages of labeled vocab cards, and four writing papers, with prompts.

”Counting Snowballs” A Number Words Emergent Reader and Response Activities Reinforce sight words, counting to 10, and practice writing numbers to 10 with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Counting Snowballs" mini book features predictable text and practices the sight words look, at, me, I, have, little, we, can, as well as number words one-ten. At the end, of the story the kids have a snowball fight with their ten snowballs. As a response activity, students will draw a picture of what they could do with ten snowballs and write a sentence to match. There are two levels of writing pages, with a sentence starter for beginning writers. Also included is a number word/number matching activity.

”Missing Mittens” Reinforce sight words, practice color words, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Missing Mittens" mini book practices the sight words where, are, my, they, have, as well as color words. The story features predictable text. Students will color the mittens on each page to match the text. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw and color a pair of mittens, then write a matching sentence. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. Also included are fluency sentences, where students will color mittens to match.

“Little Snowflake” Reinforce sight words, sequencing, and writing about problem/solution with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Little Snowflake" mini book practices the sight words little, went, for, to, too, but, was, there, did, not, said. The story features predictable text, tells where Little Snowflake went on his walk, and why he does not stay. I have included two writing activities. Students will draw a picture of a problem that Little Snowflake had and write a matching sentence. They will also draw how Little Snowflake solved his problem and write a matching picture. I have also included a sequencing activity. Students will cut out the places that Little Snowflake went and glue them in order.

Winter Clothes Reinforce sight words, practice reading questions and quotations, and writing a question with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Winter Clothes" mini book practices the sight words where, are, is, my, here, they, it, I, can, not, find, said. The story features predictable text, as Sam and Pam ask Mom and Dad where certain articles of winter clothing are. I have included a writing practice page, where students will draw an article of winter clothing, pretend it is lost, and write a question about it. Also included are fluency sentences, where students will read each and glue the winter clothing item that matches.

Penguin’s Friend Reinforce sight words, reading quotations, fluency, drawing and writing beginning, middle, and end, and sorting with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Penguin's Friend" mini book practices the sight words little, was, I, will, go, look, my, saw, that, is, not, said. It also contains the names of animals that live in Antarctica. The story features predictable text and follows little penguin on a search for his friend. In response, students will draw a picture showing what happened at the beginning, middle, and end, and write a sentence to match each picture. They will also recall animals that live in Antarctica. Given a scene of Antarctica, students will cut and glue only animals that live there, into the picture. Also included are fluency sentences, where students will read each and glue the animal that matches.

If you are looking to engage readers this winter and help them gain fluency, then this growing bundle is for you! Each emergent reader practices several sight words and reinforces concepts such as color words, number words, positional words, and sequencing. Each book comes with several corresponding response and differentiated writing activities. This bundle will contain all of my Winter Emergent Reader Dollar Deals and winter themed Emergent Reader and Writing Center sets. 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 12 emergent reader titles.

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 will 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 winter themed activities are in the works!

”Where are the Snow Bears?” A Positional Words Emergent Reader and Response Activities Reinforce sight words, positional words, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My 12 page "Where are the Snow Bears?" mini book practices the sight words this, little, is, can, go, the and positional words on, in, under, in front of, behind, next to, above, below, beside, between, and over. The story features predictable text and shows the position of snow bears in different winter settings. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of a snow bear in any setting and use positional words to write a sentence to match. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. I have also included a two matching activities, where students will cut and paste positional words to match pictures. Full color positional words puzzle cards complete this set. There is one puzzle card for each word. It shows the word and two picture representations. These can be left whole and used as mini posters or cut and laminated for a center activity.

”On a Snowy Day” Reinforce sight words, sorting, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "On a Snowy Day" mini book practices the sight words I, like, to, go, have, make, on, a. The story features predictable text and tells snowy day activities. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of a snowy day activity and write a sentence telling about it. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. I have also included a sorting activity, where students will cut out pictures of activities, and glue only snowy day activities into the scene.

”My Snowman” Reinforce sight words, practice color words, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "My Snowman" mini book practices the sight words my, has, a, two, as well as color words. The story features predictable text and tells the colors of each part of the snowman. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture a picture of a snowman and write a sentence telling about it. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture.

”Let’s Build a Snow Man” Emergent Reader, Sequencing, and Writing Center Reinforce sight words, practice sequencing, labeling and writing with this fun and engaging emergent reader and corresponding center activities! My "Let's Build a Snowman" mini book practices the sight words I, can, put, on, two and color words. The story features simple text that shows each step of building a snowman. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw a picture of a snowman. They will write a sentence telling one step of building a snowman. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. Additional response activities include a sequencing page and a snowman labeling page. Students will cut, order, and paste, all the steps of building a snowman and cut and paste to label a snowman. The writing center contains two pages of unlabeled full color sequence cards, three pages of labeled vocab cards, and four writing papers, with prompts.

”Counting Snowballs” A Number Words Emergent Reader and Response Activities Reinforce sight words, counting to 10, and practice writing numbers to 10 with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Counting Snowballs" mini book features predictable text and practices the sight words look, at, me, I, have, little, we, can, as well as number words one-ten. At the end, of the story the kids have a snowball fight with their ten snowballs. As a response activity, students will draw a picture of what they could do with ten snowballs and write a sentence to match. There are two levels of writing pages, with a sentence starter for beginning writers. Also included is a number word/number matching activity.

”Missing Mittens” Reinforce sight words, practice color words, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Missing Mittens" mini book practices the sight words where, are, my, they, have, as well as color words. The story features predictable text. Students will color the mittens on each page to match the text. I have included two levels of writing practice. For beginning writers, a traceable sentence starter is included. Students will draw and color a pair of mittens, then write a matching sentence. More advanced writers will write a complete sentence to match their picture. Also included are fluency sentences, where students will color mittens to match.

“Little Snowflake” Reinforce sight words, sequencing, and writing about problem/solution with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Little Snowflake" mini book practices the sight words little, went, for, to, too, but, was, there, did, not, said. The story features predictable text, tells where Little Snowflake went on his walk, and why he does not stay. I have included two writing activities. Students will draw a picture of a problem that Little Snowflake had and write a matching sentence. They will also draw how Little Snowflake solved his problem and write a matching picture. I have also included a sequencing activity. Students will cut out the places that Little Snowflake went and glue them in order.

Winter Clothes Reinforce sight words, practice reading questions and quotations, and writing a question with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Winter Clothes" mini book practices the sight words where, are, is, my, here, they, it, I, can, not, find, said. The story features predictable text, as Sam and Pam ask Mom and Dad where certain articles of winter clothing are. I have included a writing practice page, where students will draw an article of winter clothing, pretend it is lost, and write a question about it. Also included are fluency sentences, where students will read each and glue the winter clothing item that matches.

Penguin’s Friend Reinforce sight words, reading quotations, fluency, drawing and writing beginning, middle, and end, and sorting with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Penguin's Friend" mini book practices the sight words little, was, I, will, go, look, my, saw, that, is, not, said. It also contains the names of animals that live in Antarctica. The story features predictable text and follows little penguin an a search for his friend. In response, students will draw a picture showing what happened at the beginning, middle, and end, and write a sentence to match each picture. They will also recall animals that live in Antarctica. Given a scene of Antarctica, students will cut and glue only animals that live there, into the picture. Also included are fluency sentences, where students will read each and glue the animal that matches.

Snowman’s Trip: Part 1 Reinforce sight words, reading quotations, fluency, drawing and writing beginning, middle, and end, and sorting with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Snowman's Trip: Part 1" mini book practices the sight words I, will, my, said, go. The story features predictable text and follows snowman, as he prepares for vacation. In response, students will draw a picture showing what happened at the beginning, middle, and end, and write a sentence to match each picture. They will also recall what snowman packed. Given a suitcase, students will cut and glue only what he packed, into the picture. Also included are fluency sentences, where students will read each and glue the item he packed that matches. Students will also draw and write what they would pack for a beach vacation.

Snowman’s Trip: Part 2 Reinforce sight words, reading quotations, fluency, drawing and writing beginning, middle, and end, and sorting with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Snowman's Trip: Part 2" mini book practices the sight words I, want, to, go, said, and, he, did, it, is. The story features predictable text and follows snowman, as does different beach activities. In response, students will draw a picture showing what happened at the beginning, middle, and end, and write a sentence to match each picture. Also included are fluency sentences, where students will read each and glue the beach activity that matches. Students will also draw and write what they would do on a beach vacation.

Arctic Animals: Parts 1 and 2 Reinforce sight words, practice identifying main idea and details, and writing facts with two fun and engaging emergent readers and corresponding activities! My "Arctic Animals: Part 1" mini book practices the sight words a, lives, in, the, here, it, has, is, can. It focuses on one animal per page, features simple text, and states 1-2 facts per animal. Animals in this book include a walrus, Arctic hare, polar bear, Arctic fox, narwhal, harp seal, husky, and puffin. "Arctic Animals: Part 2" practices the sight words a, lives, in, the, it, can, likes, to, eat, has, here, under, will, with, have. It focuses on one animal per page, features simple text, and states 1-2 facts per animal. Animals in this book include a moose, fur seal, Arctic wolf, Beluga whale, lemming, snow goose, snowy owl, and reindeer. I have included two levels of writing practice. Five response activities have also been included. Students will recall animals that live in the Arctic and cut and paste them into an Arctic scene. Students will read a series of fluency sentences and cut and paste the animal that matches the sentence into the box at the end. Given the main idea, students will draw and label four details from the text. Students will draw an animal from the text and write a sentence telling a fact about it. Students will draw and write to complete a flip book, with three Arctic animal facts.

Snow Fun Reinforce sight words, questions, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Snow Fun" mini book practices the sight words will, you, with, me, make, said. The story features predictable text and asks questions about snowy day activities. In response, students will draw a picture of a snowy day activity and write a question asking a friend to join. Students will also edit questions by adding capitalization and punctuation.

Stuck in the Snow Reinforce sight words, questions, and writing a response with this fun and engaging emergent reader! My "Stuck in the Snow" mini book practices the sight words is, a, in, the. The story features predictable text and asks questions about who is stuck in the snow. In response, students will draw a picture of another animal that could be stuck in the snow and write a question to match. Students will also edit questions by adding capitalization and punctuation.
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Winter Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)
Winter Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)
Winter Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)
Winter Emergent Readers (A Growing Bundle)