This winter, teach your beginning readers about hibernation with this free printable Hibernating Animals Printable Book!
Reading activities like this one are a way for your kids to learn about concepts of print, practice reading simple text, and much more.
Printable books can help you teach your children all about concepts of print.
They can practice how to hold a book, turn the pages, follow text as they read, and much more.
What Is A Printable Book?
A printable book is a simple book that you can download, print, and assemble.
Since these books are reproducible, you can make as many copies as you need.
This makes it a great reading resource for classroom teachers, homeschool co-ops, and childcare providers.
Getting Ready To Use The Hibernating Animals Printable Book:
- Hibernating Animals Printable Book
This printable book includes a total of 13 pages (7 pages to print) including the cover.
What Else Is Needed:
- White Copy Paper
To prepare this reading activity for your children, click on the button and fill out the form.
Then, download and print the reproducible book on white copy paper.
Next, cut the pages apart and stack them together in order. Finally, staple the pages of the book together.
How To Use The Hibernating Animals Printable Book:
When you introduce the book to your beginning readers, you can show them the picture on the cover and ask them what they think it’s going to be about.
You can also have your kids practice other concepts of print such as identifying the title, the cover, words in the story, and much more.
Next, they will turn to the first page and read the text: Who sleeps in a den?
Then, your children will turn the page in their book and read: A bear.
You can continue to read the “Who sleeps in…” pages in the book to your students.
Then, they can guess what animal will be on the next page.
Finally, your kids can color the pictures of the animals and their homes.
With this Hibernating Animals Printable Book, your beginning readers will practice reading simple text, work on concepts of print, learn about hibernation, and more!
More Hibernating Animal Activities:
There are many other activities that you kids can do when learning about hibernation. You can read books like these:
Winter Sleep: A Hibernation Story by Sean Taylor
Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner
Animals Hibernating: How Animals Survive Extreme Conditions by Pamela Hickman
You can also pair this resource with more themed activities like these:
Hibernation Sensory Big from School Time Snippets
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Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will have fun learning with these themed Winter Morning Tubs!
From letter matching to shape recognition, your kids will work on a variety of important literacy and math skills.
Click on the picture to learn more about the 10 resources that are included in this bundle!
Download The Hibernating Animals Printable Book:
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