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Easy Reading Booklets

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  • "T is for turkey..." Trace and cut out. This turkey-shaped shapebook has five pages of short turkey-related prompts.
  • Book Cover title page and blank page for making shapebooks and bulletin boards.
  • "S is for Snowman! With a big _____" Trace and cut out. This snowman-shaped shapebook has prompts to get students writing about snowmen.
  • A picture of an Easter Bunny holding an egg to color, and six short "E is for..." sentences. The seventh page is an "E is for ___" writing prompt.
  • Booklet cover or coloring page
  • "s is for sun." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (one picture-supported words to a page; one page per letter; 8 pages).
  • Easy Halloween words, with pictures to color
  • Twelve Christmas-themed words, from "candy cane" to "wreath" with pictures to color. These pages make a great booklet!
  • Spanish Christmas vocabulary with pictures to color
  • "I wear a snowsuit." This five-page easy reader booklet is a fun introduction to reading about winter for young readers.
  • Twelve Christmas-themed words, from "candy cane" to "wreath"... each word is missing a few letters, for spelling practice. With pictures to color. These pages make a great booklet!
  • Use these colorful heart cards for a memory game.
  • "Look at the bunny" Make a booklet by stapling the pages together. Twelve booklet pages. Easy Reader.
  • Complete the sentences about your mom ("My mom is great because ____.") and draw pictures to go along.
  • Complete the sentences about your stepmom ("My stepmom is great because ____.") and draw pictures to go along.
  • "c is for cat." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "d is for dog." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "j is for jet." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "k is for kid." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "m is for map." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "n is for nap." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "q is for quiet." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "r is for rat." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "t is for tag." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "V is for violin." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "x is for x-ray; y is for yarn; z is for zebra." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "e is for egg." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "i is for icicle." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "o is for orange." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "u is for us." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "s is for sit." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • "w is for wet." Make booklets or large flashcards with these simple early reading pages (two picture-supported words to a page; 6 pages).
  • [member-created with abctools] Trace and cut out. From "bunny" to "peeps", each page of this bunny-and-egg-shaped shapebook has a word relating to Easter. Makes a great bulletin board decoration.
  • Complete the sentences about your mom ("My mom always ____.") and color the accompanying flowers.
  • Complete the sentences about a special person ("You always ____.") and draw pictures to go along.
  • Use these pages to make a Halloween booklet that kids can read!
  • Pictures to color with vocabulary in English and French: Christmas, gift, jingle bells, candy cane, angel, reindeer, singing, elf, Santa Claus, Santa's bag, chimney.
  • [member-created with abctools] Use to write resolutions with children on first day back to school in the New Year. Bell-shaped shapebook with writing prompts ("My first resolution... My second resolution...")
  • Five handwriting pages (primary), letter L, with dotted letters to trace and pictures to color with March theme. Three-Ruled lines. Did March come in like a lion or a lamb?

Notes

  • Please check the Language Arts section to find related materials.