Book Read Aloud and FREE Storybook Activity (including BONUS exercise)!
The Spider-Man read aloud is a classic superhero story made for early readers grade levels Pre-K to Kindergarten (ages 3 to 5 years)
You learn all sorts of educational tools like beginner sight words, word repetition, and short, easy to read sentences.
If your kiddo loves superheroes or Spider-Man, this book is for them. 🙂
Access your read aloud and FREE storybook activities below (including your BONUS exercise “Trace the Letters”)!
What’s It About?
His name is Peter and he goes to high school. Peter works hard taking pictures for The Daily Bugle (a newspaper company) but is hiding a BIG secret.
Peter IS Spider-Man.
He is the protector of New York City.
To fight the bad guys, he shoots webs from his hands!
But nobody knows that Spider-Man is Peter Parker.
Take a peek to meet Spider-Man in this short book read aloud. 🙂
Why Is It So Good?
An early read for toddlers between the ages of 3 and 5 years helps you learn all sorts of beginner reading tools such as …
- Sight words (the, a)
- Word repetition
- Short sentences with larger font
Your child meets Spider-Man in this easy to follow short read aloud.
The story is excellent for beginner readers (especially for those who have shorter attention spans).
Now let’s dive into the storybook activity, Draw the Words!
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Spider-Man Read Aloud Book Activity
The activity is to draw the words.
Using the letter featured on the left side (S, M, C, S, W), then spell the word.
Next, draw the word in the box beside it.
Your child is introduced to 5 new words (including the beginner sight word: can) along with putting together a sentence “Spider-Man can shoot webs!”.
Now that your child has just learned a new sentence and a sight word, let’s view your BONUS “Trace the Words” exercise.
We will go over why this is a great learning tool.
Trace the Letters BONUS Activity!
Early on, when a child learns to write by hand it takes a TON of time and practice.
This activity was created to help your kiddo gain control over their fine motor skills (like their hand, finger, and arm movements) that are necessary to form words.
Tracing is a wonderful way to help your child practice their writing skills.
Then, when you add a topic they are interested in (like the classic hero, Spider-Man!) learning just became FUN.
Your child gets to trace and write the uppercase letters “SPIDER MAN”.
When you add tracing to your little one’s drawing time it encourages a few things …
- Refines pre-writing skills
- Provides a strong foundation for drawing and emerging writing
- Is a confidence booster
World of Reading Marvel Meet the Super Heroes! (12 Books Included)
These “World of Reading” books are Level Pre-1 for ages 3 to 5 years or grade levels Pre-K to Kindergarten.
Access the links below to check out my other short read alouds to meet each superhero!
- Black Panther
- Black Widow
- Captain America
- Drax and Gamora
- Iron Man
- Rocket and Groot
This book set allows young fans to meet their favorite superhero character.
I got the book set for my son over Christmas to help him with his reading.
He was super stoked to say the least. 🙂
There are 12 total books in the set including Meet Spider Man.
Each night we met a different superhero before he went to bed.
This became a bedtime story tradition for a couple reasons …
- The wording is simple and easy to follow along which helped my son to gain confidence in his reading skills (within a short period of time he was reading pages all on his own)!
- These stories are quick reads (taking you a few minutes to do).
This book series is excellent for beginner readers (especially for those who have shorter attention spans).
It is the perfect read aloud for toddlers who are superhero fans or who love Spider-Man!
Book Title: Meet Spider-Man
Written By: Megan Ilnitzki
Illustrations By: The Marvel Storybook Artists
Reading Age: 3 to 5 years
Publisher: Marvel Press
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