Guess what sneaky skill we often forget that our kids possess in spades? Memorization! So often we think our kids have a concept completely mastered. We are all ready to pat ourselves on the back and throw up our feet but then we have a sinking feeling that maybe we haven’t done our due diligence. So often our kids aren’t really mastered the concept – but they are memorizing the activity. Tricky guys! This adapted book takes that into account. This book – All About Animals – switches up the order of the prompts so your kids have to pay attention!
For each group of animals, students respond with pictures to either what animal, how many, or what color? Each prompt has a different visual cue.
You will never lose a picture because all pictures are stored on an extra page to the right of the book. Easy peasy!
Check out every page of this Adapted Book All About Animals –
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