Your kids are sure to love reading this How To Carve A Pumpkin Book before you creating jack-o-lanterns this fall. It’s a fun way for your beginning readers to work on concepts of print and sequence too.
Life Cycle Of A Pumpkin Book:
Simple printable books like this one can be used to teach and practice the concepts of print with your kids. They can work on holding the book correctly, turning the pages, following the text from left to right as your read, and much more. You can use the Parts of a Book Poster as a visual to help your kids as they are learn how to use the book too.
What Is A Printable Book?
A printable book is simply a little book that you can print for your kids. You can follow the directions below to download, print, and assemble the book for your kids. You can make as many copies as you need so it is great activity for classroom teachers, homeschool co-ops, and childcare providers.
Getting Ready To Use The Life Cycle Of A Pumpkin Book:
- How To Carve A Pumpkin Book
This free printable book includes a total of 7 pages (4 pages to print) including the cover.
What Else Is Needed:
- Paper Cutter or Scissors
To prepare this free printable, click on the pencil below to automatically download and print the reproducible book. Next, cut the pages apart and stack them together in order. Finally, staple the pages of the book together.
How To Use The How To Carve A Pumpkin Book:
When first introducing a new reading book to your kids, you can ask them to use the illustration to guess what the book is going to about and have them point to the title. Then, you can have them turn to the first page and point to the words as your read. They can continue following along as your read aloud.
After reading the story, your kids can work on reading the book independently and color the pictures of the life cycle of a pumpkin. Then, you can send the book home with your students so they can read it with their families for even more practice.
This How To Carve A Pumpkin Book is a simple way for your beginning readers to practice concepts of print, sequencing, and learn about how to carve a pumpkin!
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