1-2-3 Come Learn About Seasons and Months With Me
Since the alphabet emergent readers have been so popular, I decided to do a seasonal one, as my kiddos have to learn the seasons, as well as the months of the year, plus other aspects of the calendar.
"What month is it?" I ask. "It's pumpkin month!" or... "It's snow month." They exclaim excitedly. They also confused the seasons with the months, often thinking they were the same thing.
With that in mind, I incorporated both in this sweet emergent reader, which will help reinforce a variety of skills in a fun way; helping your kiddos learn the 4 seasons, as well as the months of the year, plus information about those months.
Students read the repetitive sentence, trace & write the season, month & the number of that month.
(January is the 1st month so it's number one.)
They also jot down the number of days that are in that month.
Students color the picture, as well as the monthly word, then fill the blank in, to complete the sentence writing prompt.
To reinforce end punctuation, I have left it out of the sentences, so that students can practice writing in the period.
The packet includes 2 mnemonic poster poems to help students remember the seasons and how many days are in each month.
There are 2 size choices for the booklet: A 2-on-a-page template, as well as 4-on-a-page pattern, so that you can make Itty Bitty booklets & save paper.
When everyone has completed their booklet, read it together as a whole group to reinforce concepts of print.
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This 20-page packet is just $1.95.
There are 2 FREEBIES today. Both come from the packet.
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Thanks for visiting. The sun is shining, the sky is blue, and it's a sweatshirt and bonfire kind of Friday.
Wishing you a whimsical and wonderful weekend.
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus