My Booklist

  • Engaging preschoolers in pre-reading activities is a great way to help cultivate the desire to read. Doing the necessary things that will foster a love of reading is essential to helping them grow academically, and preschool is the beginning of their educational journey.

    Great pre-reading activities for preschoolers include;

    v      Showing enthusiasm towards reading,

    v      Looking at the pictures inside the book before reading,

    v      Having children select their own books from the library or their own bookshelf,

    v      Re-enforcing the letters of the alphabet along with the sounds associated with each letter.

     

Beginning of the Year Books

Pre-K stories

  • Alphabet

    by Matthew Van Fleet Year Published:

    An Amazing ABC Safari for Preschoolers! In Matthew Van Fleet’s incredible new multiconcept book, over 100 creatures and plants from A to Z hilariously demonstrate action words, synonyms, opposites, and more. Young explorers are challenged to spot four plants or animals that begin with each letter of the alphabet. Twenty-three textures plus foils, flaps, pull tabs, and even a scratch-and-sniff scent add to the interactive surprises on every page.

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  • Are You My Mother?

    by P.D. Eastman Year Published:

    It is the story about a mother bird who knows her egg will be in her nest where she left it, so she leaves him alone to go and get something for him to eat. The baby bird hatches. He doesn’t understand where his mother is so he goes to look for her. In his search, he asks a kitten, a hen, a dog, and a cow if they are his mother. They each say, “No.”

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  • Bear Has a Story to Tell

    by Phillip C. Stead Year Published:

    Bear, with the help of his animal friends, remembers the story he had hoped to tell before the onset of winter.

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  • Bed Time for Mommy

    by Amy Krous Rosenthal Year Published:

    When it’s Mommy’s bedtime, she begs her little girl — Five more minutes? Ok, but then brush your teeth! But then Mommy wants another glass of water…another story…luckily this little girl is very patient! A hilarious reversal of the classic bedtime routine in which a little girl puts Mommy (and then Daddy) to bed.

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Classroom favorites

Winter Stories

Valentines Day Stories