These free books about animals that hibernate are perfect for early readers in grades K-2!
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It’s time for another set of free sight word books! This is set 34, bringing us to a total of 140 free books! Each set of four books is based on a theme and teaches one or more new sight words.
This set of books teaches the words come, out, and of.
These books were fun to write, especially as I just learned a lot about hibernating animals while creating my giant Winter Theme Pack.
The set has four books about animals that hibernate: bears, bats, groundhogs, and ladybugs.
Each book features previously learned sight words, new sight words, and words that children can figure out using picture, context, and phonics clues.
Here’s the text for the “Bears Hibernate” book:
It is cold.
Bears sleep in a cave for the winter.
It is spring! Come out of the cave and eat.
You can get fish out of the lake.
You can get honey out of the hive.
Have fun in the spring!
My older boys were reading early sets of my emergent readers as young preschoolers. Since their younger brother (who’s almost four) isn’t learning at the same pace, I haven’t started using these with him yet.
Instead, my Five breezes through them so I can get some pictures. 🙂
We hope you enjoy our newest set!
How to assemble:
(for a video tutorial, see this page)
- Cut across the horizontal center of each page.
- Insert one set of pages into the other, paying attention to the page numbers.
- Staple with a long-armed stapler.
Did you know that you can get my first 26 sets of sight word books BUNDLED for easy downloading? It’s a pack of 106 books for one low price! (Eventually these later sets will be bundle as well.)
To see all my free emergent reader books, click on the image below.
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