Young readers devour the easy books they are reading and it is often hard to keep up with the demand. I’m always on the hunt for literacy ideas and resources for beginning readers.
It’s difficult to find very easy readers at libraries and book stores. Easy reader printable books are the key to a plentiful supply of reading materials for your youngster.
Everything on the list below is FREE!
Spring Easy Reader Printable Books for Kids
Spring Early Reader Books from The Measured Mom can be printed in color or grayscale.
Counting Eggs from Jennifer Heir also provides a little counting practice too. Kids will count the number of eggs in each nest and write the number on each page.
Butterfly Colors by Live Laugh I Love Kindergarten
In the Spring from KinderO also works on color recognition.
Rain Books from This Reading Mama
Spring, Spring, Here’s The Thing by Maggie’s Kinder Corner
How Many Colorful Eggs? from Enchanted Learning
Easter Egg Hunt from Liz’s Early Learning Spot
Rabbit, Rabbit, What Do You See? by Teaching Resource Resort
Easter is Here from DLTK’s Growing Together
Earth Day: The World We Live In by The Daily Alphabet
We Can Help Our Planet Earth from KidSparkz
Beginning readers are still working on one-t0-one correspondence. Try these fun martian fingers or reading pointers to help your child with tracking while reading.
When your reader is ready to take the next step, check out our favorite easy reader books by lots of great authors!
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Samantha @ Stir the Wonder says
Great resource! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! We hope you join us again next week!