Nonfiction Spring Books for Preschoolers
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Introduce your preschoolers to the science behind spring with this collection of nonfiction spring books for preschoolers. From weather to flowers and everything in between, your little ones will love learning about spring!
It’s always fun to stock our book baskets with fun stories and picture books about seasons and holidays. But, with these nonfiction spring books for preschoolers, you can teach your little one all about my favorite season.
Your preschoolers will love learning about how animals behave in spring, what the weather is like in spring, and other telling signs that spring has sprung!
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Spring Books for Preschoolers
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool books for spring. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore. If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Spring| From April showers to May flowers, this book introduces readers to everything spring!
What Do Animals Do In Spring? | Students will develop word recognition and reading skills while learning about how animals respond to spring changes, including mating and preparing for and caring for babies.
Let’s Look at Spring | This book shows young readers how to recognize the changes that happen in spring. Includes a video, which launches via a 4D app.
Seasons of the Year: Spring | This bright read will refresh young readers as they learn about the sights, sounds, and activities of spring!
Crayola Spring Colors | Encourage readers to notice color in the real world and create their own spring-inspired artwork through vibrant photos and lyrical text.
Spectacular Spring | There’s so much to see and do in spring―and this book will prepare you for all of it!
Hello Spring! |Preschoolers will love this lyrical yet simple introduction to the wondrous surprises brought by spring.
Animals in Spring | Baby chicks hatch. Frogs lay eggs. Ducklings waddle. Spring is here! Celebrate the season with lovely photos and a simple design that beautifully support early readers.
Spring | Pairing very simple text and vibrant pictures of springtime, readers will learn what they can expect in this season and all the fun things they can do.
Cherry Blossoms Say Spring | Nothing captures spring quite so iconically as cherry trees in Washington, D.C., and this portrait of them evokes the awe countless Washington, D.C., visitors and residents have experienced over so many years.
Weather in Spring | In spring, snow melts and the sun shines bright. Rain showers and storms arrive. See how the weather in spring changes.
How Do You Know It’s Spring? | Through vivid photos and engaging nonfiction text, this fun and fact-filled Rookie Read-About Science book answers the question, How do you know its spring?
What Can You See in Spring? | Beautiful photos, very simple repeated text, high frequency and decodeable words and strong photo-to-text matching make this a perfect book for early readers to enjoy.
People in Spring | In spring, people plant seeds in gardens. Students have their last weeks of school. See how everyone celebrates this special season.
Weather | This is the perfect way to bring science and nature into the busy world of a toddler, where learning never stops.
Plants in Spring | In spring, seeds are planted. Sprouts pop up through the soil. Colorful flowers bloom. See how plants come to life in spring.
Everything Spring | Young children can see, hear, and feel the warmth of springtime by reading and learning all about chicks, bunnies, and the other baby animals that come out to play in springtime.
Animals in Spring | In spring, young animals are born. Some animals wake up from long winter slumbers. Others migrate from winter homes to summer homes. See how animals come to life in the spring season.
Which of these spring books for preschoolers will you use to merge science and storytime in your homeschool preschool lessons?