The Avengers Read Aloud (Meet Iron Man)

Read Aloud and FREE Storybook Activity (Plus, Bonus Word List)!

The Avengers read aloud is a captivating super hero story made for early readers grade levels Pre-K to Kindergarten (ages 3 to 5 years).

You learn all sorts of fantastic things like beginner sight words, word repetition, and short, easy to read sentences.

If your toddler loves superheroes or Iron Man, this book is for them (so keep reading). :-)

Access your FREE read aloud, storybook activity and bonus word list below!

What’s It About?

Meet Iron Man!

He is a Marvel Avenger SUPER Hero.

Iron Man’s special suit gives him SPECIAL powers!

From flying to blasting fire from his hands, he utilizes his unique powers to protect and help the people.

Take a peek to meet Iron Man in the short book read aloud below. :-)

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 like …

  • Sight words (a, he, the)
  • Word repetition
  • Short sentences with larger font

Your child meets Iron Man in the easy to follow along quick read aloud.

Learn New Words (including your BONUS word list)!

Engaging your kiddo in a character that interests them, like Iron Man or superheroes, can be an exciting way to learn new words and how to read (without even realizing it)!

When you first learn to read, simply break down the word into a sound and then “blend” the sound together to make the word.

For instance, the word “Man” you sound out as /M/-/A/-/N/ and then blend the sound together to get “Man”.

Your kiddo will effectively learn these words through guided support by you.

Start slow and then progress faster for your child to learn their new words.

Here is a list of 26 words found in Meet Iron Man.

Feel free to use this word list to teach your kiddo while they follow the book read aloud or to use if they read with you. :-)

Meet Iron Man Storybook Activity

The activity is to draw the words.

Using the letter featured on the left side (I, M, C, F, H), then spell the word.

Next, draw the word in the box beside it.

Plus, you put the sentence together “Iron Man can fly high!”.

Your child is introduced to 5 new words (including a beginner sight word “can”) along with putting together a sentence.

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.

You meet TWELVE of the Avenger Super Heroes including:

  1. Ant-Man
  2. Black Panther
  3. Black Widow
  4. Captain America
  5. Drax and Gamora
  6. Falcon
  7. Hulk
  8. Iron Man
  9. Rocket and Groot
  10. Spider-Man
  11. Star-Lord
  12. Thor

This book set allows young fans to meet their favorite superhero character.

I got the book set called the “World of Reading Marvel Meet the Super Heroes!” for my son over Christmas to help him with his reading.

He was completely engaged!

There are 12 total books in the set including Meet Iron Man.

Each night we met a different super hero before he went to bed AND we both really looked forward to this for a couple reasons …

First, the wording is simple and easy to follow along which allowed my son to gain confidence in his reading skills.

Within a short period, he was reading pages all on his own!

Second, these stories are quick reads (taking you less than 5 minutes to do).

This is GREAT for beginner readers (especially for those who have shorter attention spans).

Final Vevrdict

This is the perfect read aloud for toddlers who are superhero fans or who love Iron Man!

Product Details

Book Title: Meet Iron Man

Author By: Brooke Vitale

Illustrations By: The Marvel Storybook Artists

Reading Age: 3 to 5 years

Copyright: 2017

Publisher: Marvel Press

ISBN: 978–1–368–01615–5

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