You can add these easy reader
books about rain for kindergarten to your weather lesson plans and activities.
When you begin teaching your students about the weather and/or seasons, be sure to include a variety of fiction and nonfiction books about rain.
This list includes easy readers that you can read to your child or that your beginning reader can read on their own.
Splat can't wait to try out his brand-new roller skates! But when it starts to rain, will Splat's fun day be ruined?
Encounter a variety of desert critters―from owls, wrens, and roadrunners to jackrabbits, lizards, and crickets―all of whom have reason to be thankful for a cool summer rain. And the clever twist at the end―they pile into a play swimming pool filled with rainwater―is sure to delight young readers!
Drip, drop, plop, rain falls from the sky. Rain turns dirt into mud and makes puddles on sidewalks. It also helps flowers grow. But where does rain come from? The answer is at your fingertips.
Alma's stuffed cow, Moo Moo, gets soaked when she is left outside in the rain. Alma is sad and Moo Moo is mooo-serable! Will Doc be able to help?
It's raining outside, so Noodles is stuck indoors all day! But he won't let that get him down. Noodles knows there are lots of fun games to play even on a rainy day.
Which of these
books about rain will you read first?
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