Here’s a printable booklet for a cute little rhyme I created called Ten on the Fence. It’s about ten pumpkins sitting on a fence and how the little ones asks them to roll over. Eventually they all fall off until the little one calls them back.
This booklet is a rhyme and a great sight word reader booklet for a beginning reader. It is similar to the “Ten in the Bed” song.
Here are some sample pages from the book…
And here’s the end…
You can use this with your preschoolers and kindergarteners in a group setting or children can read it individually. If you’ve been using my free sight word readers with your kids, you’ll see that this printable is similar to them.
Download the booklet here —> Ten on the Fence
JUdy Waker says
Love this! I’d like to make it with pumpkins that are velcroed on, so we can subtract one ourselves and then “check” it on the next page! Thanks! My preschoolers will love this!
Marcela Castro says
I love these booklets. Great to use when I introduce a new story with my flannel board.
Diana Burress says
Thank you so much for the copy of the book. I know my Head Start children will enjoy hearing the story!
Angela, I absolutely LOVE your books! I have the HO insta ink and they are AMAZING to print on cardstock! Please keep making them! Everything is perfect!
My 2 year loved it.. He laughed whenever he saw a pumpkin falling off. Thank you so much… I also put masking tape over staples so that he doesn’t accidentally poke his finger. (page number 2 is mentioned as 4 too.. noticed while assembling it :)) L:ooking forward to such books in near future….
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and all readers…
Angela Thayer says
Thank you for catching that!!
These sight word books are so fun and creative. Thank you so much for sharing them with us. I don’t want to sound greedy, but I am wondering if there is a way to get them uncolored so the kids can color them by themselves. They love to read and re-read the books “they have made”😄 Printing them in black and white just makes them grey. I’m very frugal, but these are so cute, I would even pay to have the choice to print them as books to be colored.
Thanks for considereing!!
Very nice idea. If you had a version of this without the jack’o’lantern faces it could be used during November as well. Not all families want to participate in the Halloween craziness. For those that do, children could draw their own faces on the pumpkins.
Angela Thayer says
Thanks for the suggestion! Yes, I had wished it didn’t look so “Halloween”, but that was the best clip art I could find. 🙂 Thanks for your idea!