If you are looking for books about Oviparous Animals for Kindergarteners, you are in the right place. Check out our list of animals that lay eggs to have babies, which is a great topic to teach around Easter and Spring.
Fiction Books about Oviparous Animals for Kindergarten
Here are some books about oviparous animals that I know little learners will adore and want you to read to them again and again. Additionally, these nonfiction books about oviparous animals will be easy and fun to connect learners to the classroom connect to.
The Perfect Nest by Catherine Friend
This book is a MUST READ and your little learners will fall in love with it. Grab it here on Amazon. You will want to read this book year after year and look forward to it each time. Follow this adorable story of Jack the cat as he creates The Perfect Nest. Plus, you can enjoy this learning pack here.
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick by Lucille Colandro
Little learners love this series of books because they are funny and have tons of rhyming in them. Plus, they enjoy the sequencing aspects and illustrations. You can grab this book on Amazon here.
And don’t forget to grab pintables and learning activities here.
Egg by Kevin Henkes
This book is really an easy read and is intended for younger children, but I can assure you that Kindergarten kids will love it. The words are simple, but the pictures are powerful. My class was silent when I read this to them, truly absorbing every detail in the pictures. You can grab the book on Amazon here.
The Donkey Egg by Janet Stevens
Sometimes you find a children’s book that you get excited to read any time of the year. For me, one of these books is Tops & Bottoms by Janet Stevens. She wrote a sequel to this amazing book recently called The Donkey Egg. You must check it out here on Amazon. I believe you will love it too. Hare gives Bear a special donkey egg which Bear has to take care of until it hatches. Can you guess what it actually is?
Plus, we have learning materials for Tops & Bottoms here. AND The Donkey Egg here.
Guess What is Growing Inside This Egg by Mia Posada
This is a title I stumbled across and had to share. Check it out here on Amazon. You will love it. Check out this book all about oviparous animals for Kindergarteners here. I love the idea of little learners guessing which animal lays the egg.
First the Egg by Laura Vaccaro
Here is another newer title that I had to share because it is a fun book about oviparous animals. You can check it out here on Amazon. This is another book intended for younger learners, but even Kindergarteners will love it. It reminds me of The Hungry Caterpillar with the illustrations.
Whose Egg? by Lynette Evans
You will swoon over these illustrations and this book, here on Amazon. The details and connections between words and pictures are outstanding.
The Cow that Laid the Egg? By Audrey Sauble
When I originally saw this book, my oldest child found it at the school library and brought it home. She loved the illustrations and couldn’t wait for me to read it to her. It is bright, colorful, and funny… all characteristics that make little learners love books. Snag it here.
The Best Nest by P.D. Eastman
This book is a classic. I remember reading it as a child and my students still enjoy it today. I bet if you see the cover, you will recall it as well. This book uses many sight words in it and students love to try to read it themselves, even though it is on a second-grade reading level. You can check out this book here.
Non-Fiction Books about Oviparous Animals for Kindergarten
Although many of the titles I provided for fictional books may have some tone of nonfiction to them, I highly recommend having a few titles that are truly nonfiction.
Chickens Aren’t the Only Ones by Ruth Heller
Here is a book I use and share with others on my grade level. You will love it too. It is a great addition to this theme as a nonfictional title and you can snag this book here.
Where Are You From? By In-sook Kim
This book is amazing and one I think you will love too. Check it out here on Amazon. I have it coming to me now, so I will update this soon when I get my hands on this title. This book has TWO sides. One side is for oviparous animals. The other side is for viviparous animals. It does use the word “mate” on both sides. And the viviparous side does talk about the ambilocal cord and it is represented in the images on the page.
An Egg is Quiet
This book is part of a larger collection of nature stories with great adjectives and can be found here. You can also check out the similar title called The Nest is Noisy. This book is more like an encyclopedia all about eggs. Your little learners will be intrigued by the variety of eggs.