This booklet is filled with cute, baby animal pictures. It is informative; it contains the name of each baby animal, and it also contains sight word sentences. Your students will enjoy reading along with you and learning baby animal names. I hope you find Spring Baby Animal Book to be a helpful, interactive read along booklet.
To prep, fold the pages in half, cut the pages into two parts; trim if necessary. Next, staple the corner of the pages. When putting the book together, the page with words goes first, and the page with the picture that matches the word goes next. After the books are prepped, give the books to the children, and read along with them.
The booklet includes the sight words I, see, the. You may allow the children circle the sight words as they read along with you. As an alternative, you may use the color code provided, and allow the children to color the sight words.
The booklet also includes “My favorite baby animal is_______.” page. Ask the children what their favorite baby animal is; write their answer on the line. Older children may be able to write their answer without help. Also included is a “My drawing page.” Let the children draw their own animal pictures.