Acorn Books for Toddlers
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Fall is a great time to snuggle up with your little ones to read one or more of these acorn books for toddlers. Board books for fall reading fun!
It’s important to spend time each day reading to your babies and toddlers. This is the best way to plant seeds to grow life-long readers. This collection of board books for toddlers is a great place to start your hunt for books this fall.
Acorn Books for Toddlers
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of board books that will help your toddlers celebrate fall while learning about acorns and oak trees.
You should be able to find them at your local library or bookstore. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
Little Acorn Grows Up – Little Acorn proves that great things come in small packages as it grows from a tiny nut to a big tree that shelters its forest friends.
The Golden Acorn – Whoosh! Squirrel takes off at full speed through the autumn leaves. But pump the brakes, because this year The Golden Nut Hunt race it is a team event. Squirrel reluctantly enlists her friends and is not impressed. Will Squirrel’s competitive spirit take over or will she learn how to be a team player?
The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel – Winter is just around the corner, and the Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel has stored all of his acorns away. But he hid them so well that now he can’t remember where they are!
Little Acorn – Have you ever wondered what happens when a little acorn becomes a big oak tree? This beautifully illustrated story will delight children and parents alike, and also offers a perfect introduction to the life cycle of trees.
A is for Acorn – This alphabet board book welcomes youngsters of all cultures into the abundant world of Native California. Beautiful illustrations of animals, plants, and cultural objects show off the spectacular diversity of California’s indigenous cultures and environments.
Where is the Acorn? – Sammy and Eve love to hide things from each other—but their favorite things to hide are their acorns! Babies help their furry friends find the acorns by lifting the flaps.
Which of these books about acorns will you read first?
Let’s Track What You’re Reading!
It’s fun to track what you read to your preschoolers throughout the school year. It’s even more fun to have your preschoolers track the books they enjoyed.
Parents and teachers can use the Reading Tracker to record the titles of each book they read as well as the date and number of pages.
Children can use the My Book Review page to track the books they listen to and then color a face to show whether they liked each book or not.
If you track what you read, you’ll be amazed at how many books you read each day and month!
Round Out YourUnit with These Activities
This set of ten wooden acorns is the perfect toy to expand your child’s imagination. They are the perfect addition to any play setting. Add them to your sensory bins, kitchens or loose part play. The play opportunities are truly endless!
Nature is the greatest teacher and offers up the best materials to play with. This nature table loose parts set contains a great variety of nature pieces that kiddos will love to explore. Especially great for a classroom as it contains all the basics.