I remember hearing and then reading the story (or poem) ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas growing up. It was always such a fun and magical story. I loved hearing the story, but more so, I loved hearing the language. The language used was so elegant and just seemed to flow naturally. It was almost like a gentle breeze as it rolled off your tongue.
That’s why I was so excited when I found this clipart! I couldn’t wait to put together some fun printables for you all to use this year during the month of December. This week I’m sharing with you some early readers that are sure to be a hit with your kiddos. Whether you “do” Santa or not, this classic poem is a fun way for kids to use their imaginations while you read and introduce them to poetry in a fun and unique way.
This set is designed for PreK-1 (sight word reader) and 2nd grade up (early reader). The sight word reader has just one word per page with an image to help, while the early reader includes much of the beloved poem with coordinating images. I tried to stick to the format of my usual early readers, but the poem really would’ve been lost, so I chose this route.
Included in this pack:
- Two levels of readers
- Color and Black & White
- A Sight word reader
- Early Reader with longer sentences
Don’t forget to follow our Christmas board on Pinterest for more great ideas.
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