Spring has finally sprung! From flower buds to raindrops, these Spring Books for Preschoolers are full of different themes for the season. Book lists for kids like this one are also a great way for your kids to practice pre-reading skills, work on comprehension, and more!
Spring Books for Preschoolers:
Before you read these picture books to your preschoolers, they can use the illustrations to explore and “read” independently or with you. They can take a picture walk to predict what the story is going to be about, describe the parts of the story, and work on concepts of print.
Where Can I Find Books For Preschoolers?
You can find many of these books at your city or school library or purchase them at bookstores like Barnes and Noble.
If the books aren’t available at the library or bookstore, you can order them from Amazon. You can get any of them in paperback or on your Kindle.
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While You Are Reading:
While you are reading these books to children, ask them questions such as:
- How is spring different from the other seasons?
- Who are the characters in the story?
- What is your favorite thing about spring?
- Who is the author or illustrator?
- What is the weather like in the spring?
- Can you find a letter, word, or punctuation on this page?
Asking children questions before, during, and after they read will help them to practice their listening comprehension, concepts of print, and much more!
Get ready for spring and practice beginning reading skills by sharing these Spring Books for Preschool with your kids! What is your favorite spring book?
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