Finding books for Kindergarten kids to read independently can be tricky – but these early readers are great to have on hand! These back to school emergent readers are perfect for the beginning of Kindergarten to support word tracking, early sight words, learning their name, color words, number words, and more!
Best of all, they have an engaging back to school theme, and kids can color them and take them home for more practice!
* Plus, there is a special pocket chart bonus in our Emergent Reader Bundle – scroll down for all the details!
Back to School Emergent Readers
This set of books includes 4 easy prep titles for your kids:
- My Rainbow Name (editable!)
- At School We Can…
- Counting Crayons
- Time for School!
Just like all of our printable emergent readers, these books are super simple to prep.
Here’s a peek inside each of them…
Work on tracking print and reading simple sight words while learning about school.
Trace your name (or print blank if you choose) in rainbow colors.
This name book is EDITABLE – you can make a custom book for your students!
Repetitive text patterns support your earliest readers and build their confidence.
Learn number and color words, too!
Kids need to engage in books that they know they can read successfully as they are developing their reading skills, and these books help give them those stepping stones.
Kids love them, and parents do too as they see them come home!
Pocket Chart Bonus
These Back to School emergent readers are available on their own, or in our MEGA Bundle of 100+ readers (already own it? Go re-download to get the free update!)
I also created a special set of Back to School pocket chart activities that match 3 of the books in this set as a BUNDLE BONUS.
That’s right – if you already own or purchase the bundle, you will get FREE pocket chart sets to match the B2S books!
Grab Your Set of Back to School Emergent Readers
Ready to rock reading with your kiddos this year?
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