This is a Barn: FREE printable book for children

September 18, 2012

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This summer we took a road trip with Grandson #3.  All the way from Texas to Wisconsin. Trust me, that is one long drive! But I actually enjoyed taking the back-roads through America’s heartland. As we drove along, I became fascinated with all of the different barns. Since Fall is a time of harvest, I thought it would be nice to put my photos into a little guided reading book for children. Buckle-up and join me for a little trip through America’s farmlands . . . You’ll find a FREE printable link at the end of this post . . .

 This is a Barn

FREE printable book

 This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is a white barn.

 This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is a red barn.

 This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is an old barn.

 This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is a new barn.

 This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is a wooden barn.

 This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is a metal barn.

 This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is a blue barn.

 This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is a brown barn.

This is a Barn: FREE printable book

This is a big barn.

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Print this book FREE: This is a Barn

Another FREE printable farm book: Baby Goes to the Farm

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Jessica September 19, 2012 at 7:44 pm

My girls love these printable books as much as normal books!

Thank you for putting them together.

jme harris September 22, 2012 at 10:35 am

just started following you in the blog world… love your printables! thanks for contributing to our family homeschool life :)

Jeannine September 23, 2012 at 6:35 am

Welcome! So happy to hear we have another family sharing books and reading!

Jeannine September 23, 2012 at 6:38 am

Jessica, We’re glad your girls are enjoying our little waddlee-ah-chaa books. Young children love books that they can “read” all by themselves. We like to start building early literacy foundations and self confidence (and a love for books) while they are still young! Enjoy!

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