Definitions for "Predictable books"
Pre-K Books that use repetitive lines and familiar patterns that make it possible for listeners or readers to know or guess what is coming next, such as “Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see
Children´s books whose style involves rhymes, repetitions, and cumulative patterns. The structure of these books enables children to read them easily once they have heard them read aloud. The students understand the pattern and can then readily predict how the story will proceed.
Also referred to as pattern books. Books which use repetitive language and/or scenes, sequences, episodes. Predictable books allow early readers to predict what the sentences are going to say, thereby increasing enjoyment and helping to build vocabulary.