I’m sharing another set of free emergent readers! This week we have four princess books perfect for kids just learning to read.
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A few months ago, a reader requested bug books and robot books for her son. After I released those, another mom told me her daughter loved my sight word books and would be truly grateful if I’d release books about princesses.
I had to think about that one a minute.
I can’t really identify with the love for princesses, because our oldest daughter has never been into typically “girl” toys or interests. She loves to read, but she’s never liked dolls, Barbies, Polly Pockets, princesses, etc.
Plus, I didn’t know how to do a princess series without featuring Disney princesses. Maybe you haven’t noticed, but I don’t share movie or TV themed printables. I just feel weird creating a printable that has an ulterior motive – advertising a product versus just teaching kids to love reading. Kind of the same reason I will reluctantly read a TV series book at the library but rarely let my preschoolers check them out for me to read at home. I know it’s silly, but I feel like I’m reading my kids a commercial.
I still wanted to do princess books, so when I saw some fun clip art featuring fairy tale princesses, I had my answer!
This set of princess books features Cinderella, the princess and the frog, Snow White, and Rapunzel. The books teach the sight words “who” and “with.”
Let’s take a look!
Since I began creating these little books a couple of years ago, my oldest son has become a fluent reader. He is entering first grade soon and is often found buried in a chapter book. His younger brother is entering kindergarten. These books are a little simple for him, but he’ll still indulge me by reading them – if he’s in the right mood. 😉
So while these aren’t the right fit for our kids right now, I know we’ll get to use them with our younger kids in the future. For now, I’ll keep sharing new sets with the hope that you can use them!
Get your free princess books HERE.
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!
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