It’s a set of free penguin emergent readers – part of our giant collection of free sight word books!
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It’s time for another set of free emergent readers! This set of pengin themed books is perfect for winter or any time of the year.
My Five is reading books like this one, so these sight word books are too easy for him now. But it was my earlier sets that helped him learn to recognize sight words and eventually become a fluent reader before he began kindergarten.
My just-turned-Four (he’s the one listening in the above photos) is learning to read at a much slower pace than his older siblings. In fact, we’re still working at pre-reading skills like concepts of print. But one day he’ll be learning with these books, too.
Until then… they’re for you. 🙂
Our new sight words are one, has, and have. Check out how I incorporated these new words into one of the books:
In addition to the new sight words, your child will read previously learned sight words (in, the, a, this, and, etc.) as well as figure out words with picture and context clues (earmuffs, snow, striped, etc.). And depending on your child’s phonics knowledge, he can read words like scarf and shirt by sounding them out. (Build phonics skills with our free phonics books!)
In the set you’ll find four books:
- Penguins Have Fun
- Penguins Get Dressed
- Penguins at School
- A Baby Penguin
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!
To see all my free emergent reader books, click on the image below.
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