Wordless picture books for kindergarten

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How Wordless Picture Books Help Kids Read | Scholastic | Parents

So I asked her to explain what she meant by think book. It was then that I glanced down and realized I was reading a wordless picture book. Now it was starting to make sense. In her mind, reading a wordless book meant some serious thinking must be involved. After all, there was no text to relay a message or in essence tell the story.
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Using Picture Books in the Classroom

I love using wordless books to teach story telling. Before students can be asked to write a story , they must first be able to tell a story. Has this happened to you?

The Best Wordless Picture Books for the Classroom

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What else can you do to foster story telling?

Wordless books are exactly what the term implies—books that tell a story, but without printed story text. Instead, wordless books rely on the illustrations to draw readers into the tales they tell. The illustrators of wordless books communicate emotion, humor, and engaging detail without writing a single word. Though an author of a wordless book may have had his own story to tell, each book is a blank slate when it is read by your child. Wordless picture books are so much more than simply books with great pictures!

3 thoughts on “Our Favorite Wordless Picture Books | Reading Rockets

  1. Sharing wordless books is a terrific way to build important literacy skills, including listening skills, vocabulary, comprehension and an increased awareness of how stories are structured.

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