Your children will love this spider printable emergent reader. This free number and counting book features the numbers 1-5 and is a perfect addition to your Halloween theme or spiders theme unit and lesson plans.
Today I have a printable spider emergent reader for you. Your kids will love this free counting book that features not-so-creepy spiders and the numbers 1-5. The book is part of my Spiders Activity Bundle, but you can get it for free below.
Easy to Assemble Books
The book is easy to assembly. It prints two books per page. I like to staple a set of pages together and then cut the set down the middle. Tada….super simple!
Two Version are Included
When you download the document, you will see that two versions of books are included. The first version features numbers. Kids can read the simple, predictable text, find the number, and count the spiders on each page.
The second version has a blank space where kids can practice writing the number or number word.
The final page of each book features all of the numbers with rows of spiders to color.
Download the Printable Spider Emergent Reader
You can find your free copy of this cute emergent reader at my store where it is currently listed as a freebie. To download it today, click on the link below:
I hope that you enjoy the little printable spider emergent reader freebie. I have more spider activity ideas on this website. Here is an article about fun spider activities. Here are even more activity ideas, and here is an article about spider web art activities for your kids.
Additional Spider Activities in the Bundle
If you are looking for additional spider activities for your kids, they will enjoy the additional activities in the full Spider Activities Bundle from my store. Here are a few of my favorite activities in the set. There is a spider alphabet matching activity. You can use this one as an independent activity or as a small group game.
There is a spider color match and size sorting activity. Kids place spiders on their correctly colored web, but they can also sort the spiders by size…small, medium, and large.
This hands-on math activity is one of my favorites because there are so many ways that you can use it with your kids. Use it for focusing on simple one-to-one correspondence to simple addition and everything in between.
Use the cute printable spiders or use some creepy plastic ones. Kids will love the ideas included with the activity.