APR
07
2011

K4 Level Curriculum: My First Books

Hi everyone! I have another fun K4 Preschool curriculum treat for you today! These are cute beginning readers called My First Books, that can be used by preschool-K4 level students.

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–>Click here to download My First Books<–

There are 8 mini-books total in this download. I think it’s fun to cut out the pages then staple together like a real book. My preschooler gets excited to feel like she’s reading just like the big kids! You can always leave them on the worksheets though and just read from them without cutting up.

The sight word “the” is introduced, the rest are CVC words and should be fairly easy for young readers to get through.

Click here to see my other K4 Curriculum Activities!

These activities are part of my K4 level expansion to my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the images below to see more activities!

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Note: Yes, I will be packaging up all the K4 stuff shortly, I’m not done with it yet! Don’t worry, I’ll post it when it’s ready!

Hope you enjoy!

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Comments

  1. thanks for this one Erica! :D

  2. These are perfect! Thanks for sharing as always!!! :)-Michelle

  3. Wonderful…just perfect!!! Thanks so much!

  4. Another awesome tool….thanks!

  5. Awesome! Thank You!

  6. Love these. Was actually thinking the other day about how we used this type when I taught 1st grade and M would soon be ready for them.I was thinking about making a booklet of Bible passages…Lord's Prayer, 23 Psalm, 10 commandments…and I'm not sure what else. I quickly looked through your printables but didn't see anything there, but thought if anyone had them, you would. If I missed them, would you let me know?

  7. Yay!! I'm so excited about the "My First Books!! Gracie is reading and I need lots of books she can read to help her feel successful.

  8. Thank you! These are wonderful! I will be using them for my little girl and for a little girl I am teaching how to read. I used some of your other printables and LOVE them. They are posted on my blog and linked back to you:) ThanksAnniemoffattgirls.blogspot.com

  9. Erica, you are phenomenal! Thank you for all that you do and offer us fellow homeschoolers! I have a reluctant reader on my hands so perhaps she'll feel special if I say that these were made specifically for her :)Carrie

  10. These are so cute! Thank you!

  11. You keep keep posting things that are just perfect for where my 4 year old is. Thanks!

  12. Thanks for the download !

  13. So Awesome! Just printed them for my sister and me! You are so amazing for providing these for everyone!!!

  14. These are so, so AWESOME! I was planning on going to the library and finding some beginner readers for my daughter and start teaching her to read! I did a few sheets with her and she could read a few today. She was so happy and I was too!

  15. Thank you!!!

  16. Love these! My four year old will be so excited. I actually cut them out and laminated each card individually. Then, I'll periodically drop one in his workbox. Thanks for these!Another fun, free website my son has loved to play with is http://www.starfall.com/n/level-a/learn-to-read/play.htm?fIt will sound the story out for him as he reads. It has also really helped him with sight words.

  17. These are great!! That is such a hard stage to have stuff for b/c they want to read but just can't yet!!

  18. When my son was pre-school and kindergarten age we used a site that had a bunch of mini-books on it. In fact we made a book for each letter of the alphabet and we used them constantly. There are also Bible stories, holiday stories, etc. The site is DLTK and here's their website. http://www.dltk-teach.com/minibooks/index.htm

  19. Thank you SO much for these! My Pre K son has been wanting to read books for a few months now, and I had a hard time finding early reader books that were easy enough for him. I didn’t want him getting discouraged right out of the gate! These are PERFECT! He loves them and is quite pleased with himself that he can read them. I know this is an older post, but I had to comment to say thank you. Your whole blog is amazing. I don’t homeschool full time, but I like to suppliment what his preschool does and expand on what he learns there and your site is perfect for that. I have found SO MANY good ideas and “fun activities”, as we call them, for us to do together. You are amazing!

  20. LOL…I got so busy singing your praises that I forgot to ask…do you have any more of these that would be the next “level” up? I’ve been looking on your blog but you have so much wonderful content that it’s hard to search through everything!

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