I love these 5 Spring Interactive Books. They are a great addition to anyone's special ed library. They are great for special education and speech therapists to use in storytime and morning meeting. The pictures are interactive with words and pictures s
This Easter Free Adapted Book, "Where is Chicky Hiding?" is an interactive book teaches prepositions or positional words and reinforces colors and color words. In this activity, the teacher or therapist reads the story as the students identify Chicky's 's position in relation to each colored Easter egg on each page. Students will match a position or preposition card to each page as the teacher reads.
This resource includes three interactive adapted books to use with your Pre-school and Kindergarten students. Adapted books are a great way to target so many language skills such as, themed vocabulary, picture matching, attributes, descriptors, and more! My students LOVE interactive books and I know yours will too!!
Interactive books practice sequencing and life skills in a fun and functional way. Perfect for language goals, increasing independence, reading skills, and more. Check out the bundle to see all thats included!
We love these tactile bulletin board ideas for all kinds of uses! Click through for writing strategies for students with multiple disabilities, and link to a webcast series on using tangible symbols in communication. I have to check this webcast out.