Books for first graders?

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  1. hockey1021

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    What are some good titles that first graders can read at the beginning of the year??

    What titles can they read later on in first grade? I am trying to build my library.

    THANK YOU!!!
     
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    Anything with repetition, like Brown Bear, Brown Bear or Polar Bear, Polar Bear...
     
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    I begin the year with counting books, song books, rhyming and repetitive books, and ABC books. I always check out books from the school and public library to supplement my own library.
     
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    I agree with the previous posters. Also the first to second levels of the beginning readers series. However, when I student taught in first, I had several advanced readers, so be prepared for that. Most first graders though, even look books they can't read with good illustrations at the beginning....they just picture walk it.
     
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    Moonbear books by Frank Asch
    Dr. Seuss...Footbook, one fish, two fish...
    Brown Bear, Brown Bear & Polar Bear, Polor Bear
     
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