This emergent reader, “Bugs” (13 page book) is designed so that you can copy the book, cut it in half, staple, and then it is ready for use. The 13 pages include a title page “Bugs” then each of the remaining 12 pages contains black and white pictures with a ten frame at the top of each page and a sentence under the picture.
This emergent reader focuses on these sight words: here, is, are, I, see, and number words (zero-ten).
Look at the preview to see each page included.
Here are the sentences for each page: Page 1: Title: Bugs Page 2: I see zero bugs. Page 3: Here is one bug. Page 4: Here are two bugs. Page 5: Here are three bugs. Page 6: Here are four bugs. Page 7: Here are five bugs. Page 8: Here are six bugs. Page 9: Here are seven bugs. Page 10: Here are eight bugs. Page 11: Here are nine bugs. Page 12: Here are ten bugs. Page 13: Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
Students can benefit from this reader by tracking print, identifying spaces between words, identifying particular letters of the alphabet, recognizing sounds (beginning, middle, and ending) in each word, and reading sight words and grade level text. For extension activities, students could add another sentence to each page to add details. The black and white pictures allow students the opportunity to color the pictures. This reader is great for guided reading groups, homework, or literacy center activities. It also includes math standards with a ten frame on each page with a matching number of bugs.
ELACCKRF1a. Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page-by-page. ELACCKRF1b. Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters. ELACCKRF1c. Understand that words are separated by spaces in print. ELACCKRF3a. Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary or many of more frequent sounds for each consonant. ELACCKRF3c. Read common high-frequency words by sight. ELACCKRF4. Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.
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I am a kindergarten teacher with 22 years of teaching experience! I received my Doctor of Education degree in Teacher Leadership from Walden University in June 2010. The title of my doctoral study is "Writing Conferences in Kindergarten: Using Feedback to Enhance Student Writing." My passion is teaching writing to my students and providing feedback for their writing experiences. I love teaching kindergarten. It is amazing to see students enter the classroom not even knowing how to hold a pencil and watching them become readers and writers by the end of the year. I love teaching in small groups and rotating student groups with literacy centers and math centers.