Interactive Books for Preschoolers
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Books About Trees for Preschoolers
(1 days ago) This nonfiction book follows the growth of an acorn to an oak with simple text and great photograph. The Seasons of Arnold’s Apple Tree by Gail Gibbons Arnold’s special place is an apple tree. Throughout the seasons, Arnold visits his tree. …
Clothing Theme Books for Preschool
(8 days ago) The text of this book is a version of a folk song. While spotlighting different colors, the text also identifies different types of clothing. (A score in the back of the book provides the melody if you choose to sing the text rather than read it.) Caps for …
15 Apple Books for Preschoolers
(2 days ago) This informational book explains how apples grow on trees. Included photographs support the text to help kids understand how apples grow. Apples for Everyone by Jill Esbaum In this nonfiction book, photographs tell the story of apples from …
Books About Dentists for Preschoolers
(5 days ago) A nonfiction book with photographs that follows a dentist through her workday. The amount of text may challenge the attention span of younger preschoolers but just a picture-read of this book is good information. Dentist (First Time) by Jess …
Printable Counting Book
(1 days ago) Welcome to Pre-K Pages! I'm Vanessa, a Pre-K teacher with more than 20 years of classroom experience. You spend hours of your precious time each week creating amazing lesson plans with engaging themes and activities your kids will love. …
Animal Life Cycle Books
(2 days ago) The book explores the lives of baby cows, also known as calves, from birth to early maturity. Dogs and Their Puppies by Linda Tagliaferro Learn about the lives of young dogs or puppies from birth to early maturity. Dragonflies by Robin Nelson …
60+ Community Helper Books for Preschool
(1 days ago) A nonfiction book with photographs that follows a dentist through her workday. The amount of text may challenge the attention span of younger preschoolers but just a picture-read of this book is good information. Dentists Help by Dee Ready Discover the work of a dentist and tools that dentists use. Dentists by Cari Meister
Family Books for Preschoolers
(3 days ago) The first “community” that a preschooler experiences and is part of is the family. Preschoolers love reading and learning about families. Books about families can help a preschooler make direct connections to a book’s text, an important skill in literacy development.
Preschool Memory Book Printable for the End of Year
(9 days ago) A preschool memory book is the perfect way to end the school year in your classroom! Memory books invite students to reflect on their school year and they make great keepsakes for parents and families to cherish forever. This printable memory book is editable so you can add your student’s names, school name, and year.
20+ Books About Construction Vehicles for Preschool
(6 days ago) This book list contains some fiction and nonfiction books to supplement your classroom library. Check out online used book sellers or your local library to keep your costs down while providing great literacy learning for your preschoolers. Construction Books For Kids. Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker
Best Counting to 10 Books for Preschool
(8 days ago) The perfect addition to your diverse book collection! A wonderfully compassionate counting book endorsed by Amnesty International. One Is a Piñata, by Roseanne Greenfield The rhyming text and boisterous illustrations will delight your little learners while celebrating Latino culture. Bonus, this book also includes counting in Spanish!
Community Helper Books About Food-Related Jobs
(4 days ago) This book is a good introduction to this community helper for younger preschoolers. Hooray for Chefs! by Kurt Waldendorf Large clear photos of chefs at work along with simple text to challenge children to think about the work of chefs. Server by Ann-Marie Kishel
Alphabet Books for Preschool
(2 days ago) The journey through this alphabet book includes lots of fun rhyming words. G is for Goat by Patricia Polacco This alphabetic tale has goats prancing through the pages and causing all kinds of mischief. ABC Books for Preschool. The Hidden Alphabet by Laura Vaccaro Seeger This beautiful book shows an object that transforms into its initial letter
Books About Seeds and Plant Life Cycles
(7 days ago) This book covers all aspects of the plant life cycle. From Seed to Pumpkin by Wendy Pfeffer. A farmer plants hundreds of pumpkin seeds that grow into plants and produce pumpkins. This book includes an introduction to some basic science concepts about plants and how they grow. How a Seed Grows by Helene Jordan.
Teach Smarter Literacy Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers
(6 days ago) “The perfect book for early childhood educators who refuse to settle for the status quo. Levin’s practical tips – embedded in her highly engaging and relatable anecdotes – make this a must-have on your teaching resource shelf.” DANNY BRASSELL, Ph.D. Bestselling author and co-creator of theREADINGhabit.com
Ocean Picture Books for Preschoolers
(4 days ago) Here are a few of my favorite non-fiction ocean books for preschool. National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of the Ocean by Catherine D. Hughes – A one-stop animal reference guide for your little oceanographers. Life in an Ocean (Capstone Press) by Carol K. Lindeen. Clown Fish (Capstone Press) by Carol K. Lindeen.
Teaching Prepositions with Picture Books
(3 days ago) A fun book about growing a vegetable garden. Piggies in the Pumpkin Patch, by Mary Peterson and Jennifer Rofe Mischievous pigs run around the farm yard. Elephants Aloft, by Kathi Appelt Rama and Raja go on a balloon adventure. Over and Under the Rainforest, by Kate Messner. Over and Under the Pond, by Kate Messner. Up and Down in the Dirt, by
Books with Repetitive, Predictable Text
(6 days ago) The familiar rhyme and fingerplay is a book, too. Your preschoolers will love the familiar words, fun illustrations, and most of all – the sheer naughtiness of jumping on the bed! No, David by David Shannon Early readers love David and his books. Simple repetitive text and hilarious illustrations make this book a favorite for children of all
Printable Book Box Labels Classroom Library
(3 days ago) Printable Book Box Labels. 44 printable, thematic labels for your teacher book tubs in preschool or kindergarten. These labels were designed for storage containers like the ones pictured here. They fit perfectly inside the clear label pockets on the front of the book bins sold in the Dollar Spot in 2016 or at the Dollar Tree in 2017. They also
Sorting Books to Teach Preschool Math Concepts
(1 days ago) The book also contains helpful notes for teachers and parents. The Button Box, by Margarette S. Reid — An imaginative little boy explores the many treasures that can be found in–and made from–his grandmother’s button box. The Best Books to Teach Sorting in Preschool.
25 Activities for The Very Hungry Caterpillar
(7 days ago) His book The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a perfect read for spring. The activities below are great for exploring this classic picture book and the life cycle of butterflies. The Very Hungry Caterpillar Activities. 1. Butterfly Life Cycle Sensory Bin (Pre-K Pages) – Children love learning about butterflies, especially in the spring. Our
Create a Shapes Photo Book
(2 days ago) This wordless book takes children on a journey through the city with countless photos of shapes in the world around us. As my son and I looked through this book together, we defined a few attributes of these two shapes: Circles are round. Circles have no sides. Squares have 4 points. Squares have 4 sides.
Books About the Post Office and Mail
(4 days ago) The Post Office Book: Mail and How It Moves by Gail Gibbons A more detailed look at how people and machines move mail around the country. Mail Truck’s Busy Day by Traci Todd Peyton The mail truck has a lot of stops to make with letters and packages to deliver. You can look for these books at your local library or order used copies to keep
Doctor Books For Preschoolers
(9 days ago) These doctors book for your preschoolers are a perfect accompaniment when you are teaching a community helper theme in your classroom. From learning about nurses, to the life of a doctor, these preschool doctor books will inspire and entertain your students! Helping You Heal: A Book About Nurses by Sarah Wohlrabe.
Books About Seasons for Preschool
(1 days ago) Tree: A Peek-Through Picture Book by Britta Teckentrup Die cuts in the pages of this book show animals appear (and disappear) around a tree throughout the seasons. Throughout it all, an owl sits in a hole in the middle of the tree. Check your library or online booksellers for these books. More Book Lists for Preschoolers
Books About Friendship and Kindness
(3 days ago) His friends are worried and come to find out what is wrong. A good book about friendship and showing care. How Kind by Mary Murphy. Hen gives Pig a gift. That kind act leads Pig to be kind to someone else. And the kindness continues to spread to others. The Kindness Quilt by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace.
Books About the Body for Preschoolers
(1 days ago) The Ear Book by Al Perkins. A simple rhyming book about ears and the sounds they hear. The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss. A look at different kinds of feet. Eyes, Nose, Fingers, and Toes by Judy Hindley. A simple book that discusses different body parts. Why I Sneeze, Shiver, Hiccup, and Yawn by Melvin Berger.
Books About Summer for Preschoolers
(3 days ago) A simple book for younger children that follows a familiar pattern: “I see _____,” exploring the sights of summer. And Then Comes Summer by Tom Brenner WHEN the days get warmer and school is out, THEN you can have some summer adventures. Summer by Tanya Thayer With photographs and simple sentences, this nonfiction book gives an overview of
Printable sight word books for preschool and kindergarten
(2 days ago) The student names and kindergarten sight words in this 115 page document are editable. The names and sight words you type in the class list will automatically fill in on all of the other pages throughout the book -just print, cut, and staple! What You Get in the Sight Word Books. Page 1: My Sight Word Book (cover page)
All About Me Books for Preschool and Kindergarten
(6 days ago) This book celebrates what could make kids insecure–freckles, big ears, braces, and so forth. it’s great to be different! I’m Gonna Like Me by Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell This book encourages kids to like themselves–when they make mistakes, when they are chosen last, when they make a right choice, when they are just themselves.
Challenging Behaviors Book Study FAQ
(4 days ago) The book listed above titled Challenging Behavior in Young Children: Understanding, Preventing, and Responding Effectively has information specifically for students with special needs. When it comes to children with special needs it is important that the teacher, staff, school specialists, and parents work together to best meet the needs of the
Professional Development Books for Pre-K Teachers
(3 days ago) In this book they discuss ways to support the beginning literacy skills in preschoolers. The authors look at language, emergent reading and writing, and ways to support all types of literacy play in the classroom. A valuable resource included in this book is the Pre-K Literacy Continuum, a guide for observing and supporting literacy behavior.
Class Book: Here Are Our Hands
(7 days ago) Putting the Class Book Together. After all of the kids (and teachers!) have a completed page, it’s time to assemble the book. You can back each page on a piece of colorful construction paper, or you can leave the pages as they are. Consider laminating each page before making the book.
Squirrel Fall Book and Literacy Activity
(4 days ago) Read the Book. Enjoy reading the book several times throughout the week with the children. Gather the students together and show them the front of the book, Squirrels Leap, Squirrels Sleep. Read the title and ask the students to tell you the two words that rhyme. Ask the students if the squirrel on the cover is leaping or sleeping.
Bus Safety Rules and Routines
(6 days ago) 1 Full-Page Black and White Book: Ink-saver version; 1 Color Mini-Booklet: You can print one for your classroom library or individual students; 1 Black and White Mini-Booklet: You can copy one book per child. (Just fold and staple, no cutting required!) Students can take the book home to practice the bus rules with parents!
Books About Veterinarians and Zookeepers
(8 days ago) The photos in this book show vets caring for all kinds of animals, not just pets. Let’s Meet a Veterinarian by Gina Bellasario Dr. Kate comes to a classroom to check on the class pet, a guinea pig named Henry. Dr. Kate tells the kids about her …
20 Best Bird Books For Preschool Kids To Read About
(5 days ago) This book has lots of text. It’s a book that would be more for looking rather than reading to younger children. But there are pictures of different types of birds, their nests, and their eggs. A good book for comparing and contrasting. And a good book for reference if you see any in the wild. Keeping a full classroom library can get costly.
Books About Police Officers and Other Safety Helpers
(Just Now) This book examines the important work of police officers and how they work to keep people safe. I Want To Be a Police Officer by Dan Liebman Photographs and easy-to-understand text show police officers doing different jobs, some even riding bicycles or horses. Police Officers Help by Dee Ready Discover more about police officers and the work
Post Office Mailing Activity For Preschoolers
(1 days ago) The Book: It Came in the Mail. Gather the kids together and invite them to tell you about something they have received in the mail. Ask the students to look at the front cover of the book and identify what the boy found in his mailbox. Read the story to the children. After reading the story, ask the students the following questions.
Build an Alphabet Tree
(Just Now) Creating hands-on activities based on children’s books is a great way to introduce or reinforce important concepts. Using activities inspired by children’s books also allows kids to practice retelling stories, reinforces concepts of print and the alphabet– in fun and playful ways.. One of my favorite Leo Lionni books is The Alphabet Tree.I love the illustrations, as well as all the
Preschool Books About Firefighters
(2 days ago) The Common Core standards emphasize the importance of non-fiction text. This is a great non-fiction book with colorful photographs that describes the duties of a firefighter with factual text that is easy to understand. Protecting Your Home: A Book About Firefighters by Ann Owen I love this Community Helper series by Picture Window Books.
Editable Name Tracing Books for Preschool, Pre K and
(6 days ago) What You Get Inside the Editable Name Tracing Book. Page 1: “My name is…” (cover page) Page 2: “Starts with the letter” (child will identify first letter of name and draw or paste picture of self in box) Page 3: “I can say each letter in my name.” (child will point to each letter in name) Page 4: “I can trace my name” (child