Teaching your kids book awareness is an important concept of print and a pre-reading skill that kids need to learn. Use these Parts of a Book Poster & Worksheet to help your pre-readers learn about books.
Parts of a Book Poster & Worksheet:
Many kids learn the parts of a book naturally and automatically when you read aloud to them. They watch how you hold and handle the book, read the title, and open the front cover. It’s important for kids to also learn the names for the parts and what they do like the author writes the story and the illustrator draw the pictures.
Getting Ready To Use The Parts of a Book Poster & Worksheet:
- Parts of a Book Poster
- Parts of a Book Cut & Paste Worksheet
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Stick Glue
- Laminator and Laminating Pouches (optional)
To prepare this resource, click on the pencil below to download and print the poster that you need. The poster is in both color and black and white, so you can decided if you want use the colored one or have your kids color the black and white poster. I like to print my resources on white card stock, because it is more durable. But, you can use copy paper too. If you are going to hang the poster on a wall or bulletin board for your kids to reference, I would recommend laminating it. Next, print the worksheet and make one copy for every child.
How To Use The Parts of a Book Poster & Worksheet:
When teaching your kids all about the concepts of print, give them a book that they have never read. Next, use sticky notes with the parts written on them and help your kids label the book. You can teach them all about each part too like the meaning of a title, what the author and illustrator do, and why there is a cover and spine. As a teacher and mom, I think that it is also important to teach young children how to handle and care for a book.
To use the label a book worksheet, your kids will cut apart the words: author, illustrator, front cover, back cover, spine, and title. Next, they will label it by gluing the parts on the correct spot. Your kids can then color the book.
These Parts of a Book Poster & Worksheet to help you teach and your pre-readers learn about book awareness and concepts of print. After learning about the parts of a book, they will continue to learn and grow as a reader!
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