The perfect color words emergent reader and matching color words posters! Excite your students with this interactive cut-and-paste emergent reader. This fruit-themed mini book includes predictable sentences about the colors of various fruits with pictures to support emergent readers. This set also includes color word posters for the teacher to color and display in the classroom as additional support.
Your students will LOVE creating these Fruity Color books and will want to proudly read them again and again.
This interactive emergent reader is a great way to gain student interest and ownership in their learning. They will enjoy making the books, and you will love how easy it is to assemble. Perfect for guided reading, intervention, enrichment, or an easy activity to send home to complete with parents.
- Book Cover
- 8 Half Sheet Pages – 2 On a Full Sheet to Cut in Half
- Cut and Paste Letter Pages
- 8 Color Words Posters
Incorporating fine motor skills practice for little learners is so important. This cut and paste emergent reader will strengthen that skill, as well as important literacy practice, and following directions. The perfect dual-purpose activity to accompany any literacy curriculum.
How to Use: Copy all pages of the colors book and the corresponding number word cutouts for each student. Separate book pages by cutting each 8.5″x11″ sheet in half horizontally and staple the books together for students. Print 1 copy of each full-page poster sheet and color the pictures with matching crayons. Mount on 9″x12″ construction paper, laminate, and display in the classroom for student reference.
Hang color word posters in the classroom a to introduce the spelling of color words. Each time a new color word is learned, distribute the new color word to students. Have students color with the appropriate colored crayon, then cut letters apart on the dotted lines, mix the letters up, unscramble, and glue letters in the correct order on the corresponding page in the booklet. The animal featured on the booklet page can also be colored to match the completed sentence.
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