Teaching your little ones to read can be daunting and overwhelming. Sometimes it can be hard to find the right books and resources for them, especially if you are an eclectic homeschooler that doesn’t use a box curriculum. This is where I love all of the free resources that are available online!
There are so many different emergent reader books with all kinds of themes that are sure to delight the most reluctant reader.
Here are over 50 printables to use with your emerging reader:
The Measured Mom has some great emerging readers to go with many different preschool themes! She actually has over 150 that you can download one at a time for free right HERE. These are some of our favorite ones that link directly to the blog post that shows them in great detail:
Pet Emergent Readers (set of 4)
Farm Animal Books for Preschoolers
Animals in the Ocean Sight Word Set
Princess Emergent Readers (Set of 4)
Extreme Weather Emergent Readers
The Five Senses Emergent Readers
I Can Help Little Readers
We love the printable mini books from This Reading Mama:
Color and Read Emergent Readers
Fold and Read Animal Rhyming Books
These interactive printable readers from Growing Book by Book are so much fun for little ones:
I love these Emergent Readers that your children can color in, from the Kindergarten Connection:
Rainbow Emergent Reader
We love the emergent readers from 123 Homeschool 4 Me. There are so many themes and character your kids will love!
Tangled and Brave Pre Primer Readers
Kindergarten Sight Word Emergent Readers
Add New Scrollbox
Easy Reader Printable Books from 3 Dinosaurs:
Here are some more fun themed Emergent Readers from In All You Do:
Back to School Emergent Readers
Types of Sharks Emergent Readers
Endangered Animals Emergent Readers
US Presidents Emergent Readers
Types of Bears Emergent Readers
Chicken Life Cycle Emergent Readers
Going on a Picnic Emergent Readers
Types of Whales Emergent Readers
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for almost 20 years.. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!