Spring Emergent Readers

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My favorite time of the year has finally arrived – spring! I was super excited to switch up our seasonal activities and get out all things colorful and bright. These Spring Easy Readers are one of my favorite literacy resources. The readers include high-frequency words, predictive text, and text patterns that support my students and help them build confidence in their fluency skills. Plus, they absolutely love coloring each reader and making them their own!

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These Spring Emergent Readers are great for working on high-frequency words, predictive text, text patterns, and more in Kindergarten!

Spring Easy Readers

These readers couldn’t be easier to prep. Just print double-sided, cut in half, and you have two copies ready to go!

What’s Included?

This set of spring-themed easy readers includes 3 fun titles to keep your students engaged:

  • In the Spring
  • Bugs All Around
  • A Frog’s Life

In the Spring

Repetitive text is so helpful in building fluency skills. “In the Spring” includes sentences that all begin with “I will…” The kids can use the pictures for support as they read the rest of the sentence.

Each page describes a fun spring-themed activity. Your students will enjoy remembering and sharing the times they have picked flowers and looked at butterflies just like the kiddos in the book.

As a fun little bonus, instead of “Name,” each reader says “Colored by,” which makes the students feel quite special as they get to color in the illustrations themselves!

"In the Spring" includes sentences that all begin with "I will..." and the kids can use the pictures for support as they read the rest of the sentence.

Bugs All Around

“Bugs All Around” is an engaging reader that encourages the students to recognize and read describing words and high-frequency words.

This book is a favorite in our class as each page has a different insect for the kids to identify, count, and color. We love bugs!

"Bugs All Around" is a fun reader that encourages the students to recognize and read describing words.

A Frog’s Life

Learn about the life cycle of a frog in this simple and fun easy reader. “A Frog’s Life” is perfect for teaching life cycles to your students while also introducing new vocabulary.

Your kids will love the cute pictures and the simple text that allows for independent reading. They can “jump” right in!

Learn about the life cycle of a frog in this simple and fun "A Frog's Life" emergent reader.

These spring readers are great for classroom books, guided reading groups, at-home practice, and more.

The best part is that they will help build confidence in your early readers and they can take them home to proudly share their reading progress with their families!

This set of spring emergent readers includes 3 easy-to-read spring-themed books.

Grab Your Set

Ready to grab these low-prep, super fun Spring Easy Readers? Click the big, yellow button at the end of this post!

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