Thursday, October 20, 2016

Community Helpers Easy Reader Freebie!

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Children's books are one of my favorite things to add to my first grade classroom!  I try to create an atmosphere where I'm always excited about the new books being added to our class library-- I use bonus points to buy books from Scholastic each month, and I am always looking for easy readers to  allow my kiddos to make their own books to take home!


Each page in this easy reader freebie features a different community helper and a simple sentence explaining their job!  

For my classroom, I printed one copy in all color.  I put the cover on bright cardstock and the inside pages on just regular paper!  To assemble, I creased the papers on the dashed line down the center of each page and inserted them into the cover to staple-- NO CUTTING is required!


After creating a classroom copy, I also printed the included blackline version for my students to have.  I didn't assemble those books because I'm all about letting my firsties do things for themselves!  I always have a few extras on hand, but I think it's worth the extra time and effort to build their problem solving skills!


Ready to download this freebie?!?  Hop over to my Teachers Pay Teachers shop and download it for FREE! 


Then, check out these other AMAZING community helper activities!


FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
Community Helpers Bingo // The Letters of Literacy
Community Helper Pattern Block Mats // The STEM Laboratory
Community Helpers Sight Words Game // Play and Learn Every Day
I Spy Community Helpers Printable // Powerful Mothering
Community Helper Interactive Poem // Mrs. Jones' Creation Station
Community Helpers Counting Puzzles // The Kindergarten Connection
Community Helpers Little Readers // Liz's Early Learning Spot
Community Helpers Mazes // Sara J Creations
People Who Help Us Alphabet Match // Adventures of Adam
Community Helper Math Games // Recipe for Teaching
Community Helpers Easy Reader Freebie // The Simplified Classroom

I hope you enjoy this free printable book!  Happy teaching :)

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