Let’s read books that start with the letter M! Part of a good Letter M lesson plan will include reading. A Letter M Book List is an essential part of your preschool curriculum whether that is in the classroom or at home. In learning the letter M, your child will master letter M recognition which can be accelerated through reading books with the letter M.
LEARN THE LETTER M THROUGH READING
There are so many fun letter books for preschool age kids. They tell the letter M story with bright illustrations and compelling plot lines. These books work great for letter of the day reading, book week ideas for preschool, letter recognition practice or just sitting down and reading!
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BOOKS TO TEACH THE LETTER M
Whether it be phonics, morals, or math, each of these books goes above and beyond teaching the letter M! Check out some of my favorites.
1. My Magical Foods
Picky eaters beware! Magical foods are coming for your plate! This story shows how super strong animals like gorillas and giraffes eat their fruits and vegetables.
2. Grumpy Monkey
Jim the chimpanzee is in a terrible mood for no good reason. His friends can’t understand it–how can he be in a bad mood when it’s SUCH a beautiful day? They have lots of suggestions for how to make him feel better. But Jim can’t take all the advice…and has a BIT of a meltdown. Could it be that he just needs a day to feel grumpy?
3. It Came in the Mail
Liam really wants some mail, so he writes a letter to his mailbox asking for something in return. His mailbox delivers, sending Liam more than he could have hoped for…and how! But as the mail starts to pile up, Liam realizes that the best packages and parcels are even better when shared with friends. This goofy story is sure to be a favorite, in no time!
4. Piper and Mabel: Two Very Wild but Very Good Dogs
A humorous story that is perfect for ages 4-8! Learning the letter M takes an adventurous turn with this book! These two pups are sent to doggy daycare, but have other plans for their vacation.
5. God Loves Mommy and Me
Snuggle in cozy-close with a sweet reminder of God’s love for mommies and their little ones. Celebrating loving mothers, precious children, and the God who loves them all. God Loves Mommy and Me will remind parents and little ones of how much they are loved.
Letter M Books for Preschoolers
Books from UsBorne are always a favorite in my classroom! They are beautifully illustrated and witty enough that even I look forward to their selection! It’s comforting to have a source of reliably age-appropriate reading.
6. Speak Up, Mouse!
Sometimes, it is hard for mouse to speak up. Encourage your little one to say “Speak up, Mouse!” Then, you can move the tabs at the back to help him roar! This cute board book is sure to delight.
7. The Usborne Book Of The Moon
Since the dawn of time, the Moon has been an object of fascination for men and women alike, throughout the world. Discover the moon in all its phases. What is it made of? A full moon? Stories and legends has the moon inspired? What happened during the Moon Landing? Discover the answer to these questions and many more with the Usborne Book of the Moon.
8. Mole In A Hole
A funny letter M picture book featuring a madcap story about a builder-mole.It uses repetition and rhyming to help children learn to read. The simple rhyming text helps develop essential language and early reading skills.T here are guidance notes for parents at the back of the book.
M is for Manners!
9. Mind Your Manners
Everything has a time and a place. Roaring, playing, sleeping. We all deserve time to do what we enjoy! But we must learn to practice knowing the right time and place for our roars. We must learn when to clean up our messy monkeys and not misbehave. This book is a fun lesson, for your preschooler.
10. Miss Molly’s School of Manners
Meet Algernon, a little raccoon, who was never very polite… until the day he came across Miss Molly’s School of Manners. Follow his lessons with Miss Molly. He learns to pay attention, explores, picks up some table manners in the Dining Hall of Decorum, and finally becomes a good sport at Good Sports Day.
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Which letter M book was your child’s favorite letter book?