If you’re looking for good preschool books that encourage kids to “read ” and interact with the book, you are in the right place. I love books that have simple, repetitive, and predictable phrases that kids can repeat, fill in the blank, and get kids excited to read.
I also love books that you can use with an adaptive device for kids that are not speaking so that they can help “read” the book too. Whether you’re pictures, a button, an iPad, or other device, giving kids access to be able to read and participate in interacting with the book is important.
So, here we go. Here is a list of some of my favorite books for preschoolers. I may add more themes later as well.
Books With Movement
Books About Animals
Books About Colors & Shapes
Shape monster, shape monster, munch, munch, munch. How about a…triangle…for your lunch. This same phrase repeats for each shape. Makes for a great activity. I found this version on Teachers Pay Teachers. It does more than the basic shapes, it goes over some 3D shapes.