The Marvel Avengers read aloud Meet Spiderman is a classic superhero story made for early readers ages 3 to 5 years (Preschool to Kindergarten).
You learn all sorts of educational things like…
- Beginner sight words
- Word repetition
- Short simple sentences
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Be sure to stick around from start to finish to access your read-aloud, printable activities, and BONUS story.
Marvel Avengers Read Aloud – Meet Spider-Man
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.
Are you ready to meet Spider-Man?
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Why Is It So Good?
This story is a wonderful first book for toddlers because it introduces beginner reading tools like…
- Sight words (the, a)
- Word repetition
- Short sentences with larger font
The book is designed for our young ones to easily follow along.
Plus, it’s super short (only several pages) making it an excellent book for kids with shorter attention spans.
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Now let’s dive into your Spider-Man learning activities!
Printable Activity – Draw the Words
The exercise is to draw the words.
Using the letter featured on the left side (S, M, C, S, W), spell the word and say it out loud.
Next, draw the word in the box beside it.
You are introduced to 5 new words (including the beginner sight word: can) that build the sentence “Spider-Man can shoot webs”.
►► Download Now: Draw the Words Spider-Man Activity ◄◄
Now that you have learned a new sentence and a sight word, let’s view your BONUS Trace the Words exercise.
BONUS Exercise – Trace the Letters
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 (hand, finger, and arm movements) that are necessary to form words.
Tracing is a wonderful tool to help your child practice their writing skills.
Plus, add a topic they are interested in like Spider-Man, and learning just became FUN!
Tracing words encourages a few things …
- Refines pre-writing skills
- Provides a strong foundation for drawing and emerging writing
- Is a confidence booster
Directions: Trace and write the uppercase letters “SPIDER MAN”.
►► Download Now: Trace the Letters Spider-Man Exercise ◄◄
Want to Meet More Super Heroes?
These “World of Reading” books are Level Pre-1 for ages 3 to 5 years or grade levels Pre-K to Kindergarten.
A total of 12 books come in the set.
It allows young fans to meet their favorite superhero character!
Check out these short read-alongs to meet your favorite Marvel Avengers or Guardians of the Galaxy:
- Black Panther
- Black Widow
- Captain America
- Drax and Gamora
- Iron Man
- Rocket and Groot
A Side Note…
I got this book set for my son over Christmas to help him with his reading.
He was beyond excited, to say the least.
Each night we met a different superhero before he went to bed.
This turned into a bedtime story tradition for a few reasons…
- The wording is simple and easy to follow along
- The stories are quick reads taking only a few minutes to do
- The repetition of reading each night boosted my son’s confidence in his reading skills
After finishing all 12 books, my son started reading pages on his own!
This breakthrough was so darn exciting. 🙂
For Ages: 3 to 5 years
For Grades: Preschool to Kindergarten
The World of Reading book Level Pre-1 book series is designed for beginner readers.
It is excellent for those with shorter attention spans.
In a nutshell, if your kiddo loves the Marvel Avengers, superhero stories, or Spider-Man, this book is for them!
►► View Now: Meet the Super Heroes! ◄◄
Book Title: Meet Spider-Man
Written By: Megan Ilnitzki
Illustrations By: The Marvel Storybook Artists
Reading Age: 3 to 5 years
Publisher: Marvel Press
BONUS Read Aloud – The Incredible Elastigirl
What’s It About?
Your favorite supers are back in this fun-filled story!
But this time, Elastigirl is the one on a mission.
She is called to save the city from an evil villain named Screenslaver.
The new nemesis puts the Incredible family through the ultimate test.
Ready to go on an adventure?
Be prepared for an INCREDIBLE twist at the end…
►► Download The incredible elastigirl activity here ◄◄
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What a great idea to simplify these books right down to toddler level, as previously these comics were aimed at older children. And now they are interactive. Thanks for the bonus video, I am going to play it for my 3-year-old nephew tonight and see how he likes it. He is superman made though, but he will probably also enjoy some spiderman.
I wish that more of these resources were available when my little one was that age, as she was such a tomboy and she would have loved these. I like the idea of letting them trace the letters, and is this feature available in all the stories?
Hi Michel, thanks so much for sharing! Each story comes with a different printable learning activity. But the Marvel Avenger superhero stories come with a trace the letters activity. 🙂
Spiderman is for sure one of the best characters you use to make your child learn. A reading and an activity book where they get to learn the alphabets, numbers, colours and new phrases is one of the best ways to teach kids.
I have used this mentioned on my child many times, and they have learned a lot. It works better if you buy them their favourite super hero.
Spiderman is favoured among buys and girls, so the book is definitely a winner. I might even buy it for my kids. Thanks for the review.
Lindsey Kovach says
Thanks so much for sharing!
Good day, I’m pleased to meet you. I have gone through the information you provided and I must say it is so interesting and very important for our kids. Well, I have watched many of Spider-Man movies, and kids love them so much. I did not know about Spider-Man Read Aloud before, it is so interesting and crucial. I’m definitely going to use it to teach my kid how to read.
Lindsey Kovach says
That’s wonderful to hear! Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thoughts. 🙂