Let’s read books that start with the letter N! Part of a good Letter N lesson plan will include reading. A Letter N Book List is an essential part of your preschool curriculum whether that is in the classroom or at home. In learning the letter N, your child will master letter N recognition which can be accelerated through reading books with the letter N.
LEARN THE LETTER N 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 N
Whether it be phonics, morals, or math, each of these books goes above and beyond teaching the letter N! Check out some of my favorites.
1. Night Night Farm
It’s nighttime down on the farm. The animals are in the barn and it’s time to say a soft and cozy, “Night, night.” Say goodnight to the horse, the dog, and all their farm friends, as you turn the shaped pages and watch as the animals go to sleep, one by one. The gentle rhymes and sleepy tone make Night Night Farm perfect for settling your little one into bed and ending with your own, quiet, “Night, night.”
2. Nosy Rosy
Rosy loves to shove her nose into everyone else’s business! Her nosiness quickly annoys everyone in town. But, even nosiness has a time and a place! This story follows the exuberant Rosy on an adventure your children will love.
4. The Best Nest
A classic book, loved for generations! Mr. and Mrs. Bird search for the very best place to build their nest. Nest-hunting takes them on some adventures to odd locations.
5. Nighttime Ninja
Late at night, when all is quiet and everyone is asleep, a ninja creeps silently through the house in search of treasure. Soon he reaches his ultimate goal…and gets a big surprise! Will the nighttime ninja complete his mission?
6. In November
November is such a beautiful month! This letter N book is a great one for any time of year, though! Follow animals as they seek shelter and prepare for the winter. The beautiful paintings are sure to inspire your little ones.
7. The Numberlys
A fun twist on the creation of the alphabet. Follow the numbers work together to change their dull, gray life.
8. Fancy Nancy
Ooh la la—five fabulous Fancy Nancy books in one box set for readers on the go! From staying up late to throwing a birthday party for Frenchy to learning new ballet dance moves and more, no one brings pizzazz quite like Nancy!
9. Noisy Nora
It’s tough being the middle mouse. No one’s paying any attention to Nora, so she decides to do something her family can’t ignore: make noise. Nora slams windows, bangs doors, and upsets furniture, to no avail. It’s not until she crashes out the door–and the house goes strangely silent–that her family realizes: a noisy Nora is much better than no Nora at all.
Letter N Books for Preschoolers
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10. Nibbles Numbers
Look out! Nibbles the book monster has munched his way through this book of numbers! Count along with him as he chomps his way from one to ten… but wherever will he go next?
11. Nibbles The Dinosaur Guide
What was a very serious book about very serious dinosaurs is suddenly interrupted by a hole – a nibbled hole – in the book. Who would do something like that? Little ones will love trying to find the culprit – Nibbles – hiding among their favorite, easily recognizable dinosaurs. Is he an herbivore? A carnivore? Or … a bookivore?
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Which letter N book was your child’s favorite letter book?