If you have read my blog for any amount of time you know that I LOVE children's literature. I use it every day with my elementary students when I teach. Throughout my website I have several posts on how to take a book, read it to your students, and then do learning activities related to the story. Here is a list of what is currently available.
La Oruga Hambrienta is the book I use with young kids to introduce the days of the week. Here is a free printable activity to do with the book.
Si Quieres Ver Una Ballena is a sweet book with a boy that gives advice on how to see a whale. I have read this book to my students and then done this drawing activity with them.
Pinta Ratones can be used to introduce simple color theory to kids.
Here is a more advanced book with another color mixing activity.
Here's a great book to review prepositions and food vocabulary. A simple drawing activity is included.
Oliver Jeffers' book, Arriba y Abajo, has opportunities to teach new vocabulary.
This sweet book about taking the moon for a walk is a great way to review the names of animals.
La Casa Adormecida allows you to review prepositions with young kids.
Atrapados is another awesome book by Oliver Jeffers. At the end of this post is an activity to review the vocabulary introduced in the book.
Se Venden Gorras has several learning opportunities with colors, patterns, and sorting.
To review numbers 1-20, use Un Alce, Veinte Ratones
And finally, here is my favorite book to teach emotions with a free printable activity.