Spring is near, and we are so ready to think about rainbows and the sun starting to peek through! My kids LOVE coloring, and I love to get them excited about learning any way I can. This rainbow emergent reader gets us reading color words, repetitive sentences, and also sequencing while still giving my kids what they love – colors!
To prepare the emergent reader, simply print the book (below) and copy double sided. Then, cut in half, staple, and voila! Two copies instantly! This is perfect for classroom use as it cuts down on copies, and if you are using it at home it gives you and your little reader each a book with just one copy!
This reader contains simple, repetitive sentences, which are great confidence builders for beginning readers and get them started with word tracking. This book also works on sequencing as they must remember what happened on the previous page and put the colors in order to complete their rainbow!
Each page adds one more color to the rainbow, until finally, on the last page – it is complete!
This emergent reader is great for reading color words as well, which is something my kids have been working so hard on this year – they are going to be experts!
Grab the Rainbow Emergent Reader
Ready to work on color words and think spring thoughts? Grab your copy of the rainbow emergent reader by clicking the yellow button below.
Then, for more printable readers this seasons, hop over and grab our Spring Emergent Readers Pack!
More Emergent Readers
Looking for more quick prep, engaging emergent readers? We have a ton! You can grab over 100 emergent readers from the alphabet and numbers, to CVC words and more in our TpT store HERE.
You can also check out some of our free, themed, website-only emergent readers, such as our emotions emergent reader and our popular dinosaur emergent reader for ready to go books your kids will love!
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