We loved sharing a lot of preschool books with our children but these were very engaging for different reasons.The reading of Leo the Late Bloomer written by Robert Kraus turned very interactive as the children quickly made connection to blooming.They shared their expectations and challenges towards reading,writing,feeding themselves and all other skills.It served well to enrich our vocabulary.
Mary woke up feeling contrary,so she did every thing the wrong way.This book added to our vocabulary list as well and we laughed about Mary’s contrary things.Little children will surely giggle at Mary.
Daisy got lost because she would not stay by mamma duck’s side.A lovely tale about getting lost,the children could easily connect to the story using personal stories of when they got lost at a mall.Written and illustrated by Jane Simmons.
Written by Denise Fleming,the class went agog with shouts of,”where is goose”,beautiful book for your toddlers and a rehearse of our farm-yard friends.
The cock forgot how to crow until a fox sneaked into the barn and she got her sound back,”cock a doodle doodle”. Funny book good for teaching farm-yard sounds.Written by Juliet Dallas-Conte and illustrated by Alison Bartlett.
Another preschool book, a narrative non fiction book teaching young minds about different animals in the most exciting way.
This is part of a read me series of six simple story rhymes with colorful pictures.Good for teaching rhyming words.Written and illustrated by Nick Sharrat.
If You Go Walking in Tiger Wood,written by Alan Durant.A jungle peep-hole book with surprises on every page for a walk in the jungle.I loved playing the guess game with my pupils.
Rosie took a walk around the barn,good for teaching little hands mapping skills.Written by Pat Hutchins.The above named preschool books is good for shared reading and guided reading as well.