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The Winter Olympic Games {A Book for Emergent Readers} Learn new and relevant vocabulary, trace common early sight words, and add to the scene on each page as you read about the upcoming Olympic events. $

THE WINTER OLYMPIC GAMES {A BOOK FOR EMERGENT READERS} Introduce relevant vocabulary, trace sight words, and add to the scenes as you learn about some of the events in the upcoming Olympic games. - TeachersPayTeache... $

Kindergarten Reading: Emergent Reader: Easter Eggs (sight words: I, see, color words, and number words) - Cute reader your students will LOVE it! $

This emergent reader, “Up, Up, Up!,” is connected to several CCGPS listed below. This seven page book is designed so that you can copy the book, cut it in half, staple, and then it is ready for use. The seven pages consist of a title page “Up, Up, Up!” then each of the remaining six pages contains a black and white picture at the top of each page and a sentence under the picture.-Kindergarten-First Grade-Second Grade-Homeschool-Sherry Clements-$

Two weather words emergent readers. The first is " My Weather Book", it uses the sight words, I and see. Weather words are: sun, cloud, rain, lightning, snow, tornado, umbrella, thermometer, rainbow, and wind. The second book is "What is the Weather Today?" The sight words are It and is. Weather vocabulary is sunny, cloudy, rainy, snowy, and stormy. In this book the students draw themselves in the weather scene.

Emergent Reader: Butterflies (variety of sight words) Cute reader your students will LOVE(includes life cycle of butterfly)! $

I could see myself using this helpers emergent readers as an introduction or as readers.

Emergent Reader: Thanksgiving: Sight Words (here, is, the) - Many more emergent readers available - 8 pages - $

Use this cute emergent reader to practice sight words and community helpers vocabulary. The book features the sight words

This emergent reader little book will help young students practice early reading skills, while celebrating Spring. On each page, the lady tells about more of her pretty spring flowers. Each page follows the pattern, "I like to grow pretty flowers in the spring. Here are (number word) (color word) flowers." Sight words included in this book are I, like, to, in, the, pretty, here, is, and are. Number words and color words are also practiced throughout this book.