Fall Emergent Readers

Now that we are comfortably into our school year and the students have memorized some sight words, we are ready to start reading emergent readers in our class!  Our curriculum moves SO SLOW through the “decodable books” so I decided to make some seasonal emergent readers to keep the students challenged and engaged.  I made a set of three little readers for the students to read during the Fall season!

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Three different Fall emergent readers are included in this
Happy Halloween
Happy Fall
Happy Thanksgiving

The sight words included in the readers are: 
I, see, a, the, is, red, green, blue, black, white, purple, orange, yellow, brown 

Here are what some of the pages look like…



It is important to introduce the vocabulary in the book before reading.  I included words that can be cut apart and used in a pocket chart to teach the vocabulary first.
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4 responses to “Fall Emergent Readers”

  1. Traci Clausen Avatar
    Traci Clausen

    Love that you include the pocket chart words as well. They'll be a great extension on the books after the kids read them, too.

  2. Maro Oikonomou Avatar
    Maro Oikonomou

    The seasonal cards are a great idea! I might try somthing like this in Greek. Thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Kristin Avatar

    Oh, so super cute!! You make me want to teach kindergarten!!! 🙂

  4. RealOCteachers Avatar

    This is adorable! I'm going to pass this along to my kindergarten teacher friend. 🙂

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