Spring has sprung!  Or at least, the calendar says it has and the weather is trying to catch up around here.  My kids can finally go outside to dig in the dirt and sand, instead of the rice sensory bin that inevitably gets tracked throughout the house!  So I thought I’d make a few new products to celebrate this change of season.  Keep reading to find out more about my new Spring Read and Color Books!

spring read and color

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Overview

This product contains 5 emergent reader books.  Each book contains sight words, spring vocabulary, and repetition.  To create a book, just copy enough pages for every student, cut in half, and allow students to color and staple.  Ta-da!  In my experience, students love making their own books.  Students take pride in their work and personalization, making these books more likely to be read!  Each book is 12 pages including the cover.  The finished product size is 5.5×8.5.

Baby Animals

I Can Garden

I See Bugs

In the Spring

Spring Colors

Download Your Read and Color Books!

You can download this pack from my TpT Store by clicking here or on the image below!

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