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Classic Preschool Books with Free Book Visuals

As many of you know, I like to make visuals to pair with books I read with my students.  I think having pictures for the students to add to the books while we read them makes it more engaging and motivating for my students.  I made some visuals to pair with some of my...

The Very Lazy Ladybug with Free Book Companion

This week I’m using this super cute book, “The Very Lazy Ladybug” by Isobel Finn, in therapy with some of my younger students.  I created some pictures to pair with the book; as well as, some follow up questions.  Then we made some ladybugs to finish off the lesson!...

Free Feature Worksheets

The last 3 weeks I shared about the different books in my Feature Adapted book series.  To finish off my feature unit I created some worksheets you can use with your students.  These worksheets are set up just like the Function Worksheets I shared with you a few weeks...

Core Language Lessons in the Classroom!

Disclaimer: I am by no means a licensed Speech and Language Pathologist. HOWEVER.  I have the pleasure of working with an amazing one at my school as well as some outside language gurus.  I’m also constantly researching and listening to podcasts.  With all the amazing...

What is the Feature? adapted book

“What is the Feature?” is the last and most challenging book in my feature adapted book series.  For this book the student has to identify which feature the pictured item has.  The different feature words are only written and do not have that added visual support...

I Spy an adapted book about Object Features

Last week I shared about one of my new feature adapted books from my series of books which includes “What Feature Do You See?”, “I Spy a book about Object Features”, and “What is the Feature?”  This week I want to share about my I Spy Book about object features. ...

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