Celebrate the beginning of a new season by sharing stories from this list of Winter Books for Preschoolers! Book lists for kids like this one are full of stories that will help your kids to practice concepts of print, develop comprehension skills, and learn about the season.
Winter Books for Preschoolers:
Using the illustrations is a great way for pre-readers 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 such as the characters or setting, and work on concepts of print.
What Is A Picture Book?
A picture book is simply a book that has pictures. The illustrations help tell the story and describe the parts. The illustrations can be just as important or even more important than the words.
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While You Are Reading:
While you are reading these books to kids, ask them questions such as:
- Who are the characters in the story?
- What do you think will happen next?
- Where does the story take place?
- Who is the author or illustrator?
- 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 concepts of print, comprehend what you are reading, and much more!
Celebrate winter and practice pre-reading and beginning reading skills by sharing one or two or all of these Winter Books for Preschoolers!
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