58 Books Every Preschool Class MUST have - No Time For Flash CardsNow that I am back in the classroom teaching I see first hand how useful blogs like mine and so many others are for early childhood educators who are planning lessons. With that in mind, I decided to bring together my top books every preschool class must have. It was hard to break it down to such a small list of my personal must have books. I know that you will have many titles to add so feel free to leave a comment with the titles you use in your preschool class. Animalia by Graham Base. Alphabet Under Construction by Denise Fleming. Whoever You Are by Mem Fox.
Usborne Books For Preschool and Kindergarten
The All-Time Best Books for Preschoolers
In this charming tale of role reversal, Buddy and his sister Lady are ready for school — and so are the grown-ups! Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, and even the dog are all excited for a fun-filled day of storytime, science experiments, and games. Too bad grown-ups can't go to school. Only kids and teachers! The latest book in the Here I Come! Author DJ Steinberg carefully crafts silly rhymes that your preschooler is sure to enjoy. With the animals causing chaos at every turn, this simple read is a fun way to make your child laugh and also open up a discussion of appropriate school behavior.
It's a fact: Kids love snow, especially when it gets them out of school for a day of frolicking outdoors with you! This book is perfect to read when it's chilly out -- or on those hot summer days when you wish it were! Kids can stare at Scarry's gorgeous illustrations for hours -- and still make new discoveries in the detailed drawings! This book takes classic nursery rhymes and sets them against cool, modern photographs and photo-illustrations. If your kid loves watching the brother and sister duo on TV, why not try piquing his interest in reading with a book about them?