Over the past few months, Karen and I have written and illustrated TEN emergent readers for winter! As a former primary grade teacher and art teacher, making these emergent readers is a passion of mine. Karen taught art for many years, and her illustrations are incredible! Frankly, as a first and second grade teacher, I always struggled finding meaningful and easy books for my struggling readers. Finding great emergent readers with playful illustrations, frankly, is hard. It’s not like you can mosey into a bookstore and find these. Teachers and homeschoolers, have typically, been left to making these emergent readers on their own over the years.
The decodables that often accompany our basal readers at school are well, BORING! Kids love reading about the seasons and holidays, and we are thrilled that brand-new readers all over the world are using these emergent readers to begin their love affair with reading.
So, in the interest of saving you all money, we’ve decided to bundle all of our emergent readers together. Each book set typically runs $3.50, because we offer the book in both color and black and white. So, basically, it’s like getting 10 of these books for free!
(GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED)
Of course to celebrate…we’d like to give this mega bundle away!
Leave us a comment with your favorite part of winter below to enter!
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My favorite part is building a snowman with the kids.
My favorite part of winter is watching the excitement of snow in my twin toddler’s eyes. The are a bit obsessed with penguins…
We enjoyed conducting experiments with the kids during sub-zero temperatures, that has been my favorite part of winter so far.
Carrie Taylor says
My favorite part of winter is snow cream. There’s nothing yummier!
Karen Whiteside says
Snow cream? What is this? Where do I get it to try it?
Kristen Fitterer says
My favorite part of winter is being cozy! I love curling up next to the fireplace with my favorite book while it snows outside!
Trina D. Taylor says
My favorite part of winter is when the sun shines warm in Texas.
My favorite part of winter is making snow angels!
My favorite part of winter is when it ends! This one has been brutal here in Indiana! 🙂
Karen Whiteside says
We are right next door, in Chicago, freezing but thinking about spring!