Freebie Friday – On an Adapted Book Roll!

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I have been on an adapted book roll lately! On two recent Freebie Friday’s I introduced two of my favorite adapted books: What? How Many? What Color? and What’s Bugging You? Adapted books work great for my students with emerging verbal abilities to increase expressive language, build social skills, and involve the student in a literacy activity. For more info about adapted books – check out this post!

I have mentioned several times how much my classroom works on wh- questions (who, what, where, when, and why). This language skill is especially difficult for my student is something that significantly affects many areas of functioning – most importantly social skills and reading comprehension. So I am always making tons of materials to work on question answering (I’m in the process of putting these resources together in a ginormous packet!). This adapted book, Where Should You Go?  is part of my question answering endeavor.

This book focuses on answering the where question by making inferences from the information provided.

The vocabulary are all common locations:

 

This book has really helped isolate the ‘where’ question for some of my students and I hope can help yours too! If you download this freebie – please leave me some feedback 🙂 It will be free today only as part of Freebie Friday! Check back every week for more free resources.

 

Have a great weekend 🙂

6 Comments

  1. I have gotten so many ideas from you. Thank you!! This is the best website I’ve come across that is really about things I can use right now, and suggestions to incorporate into my programming immediately. Your energy is amazing!!
    Meg

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  2. I really love freebie friday!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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  3. Thanks for the freebie! You’re awesome:) Making more adapted books is too far down my list of to-do’s…

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  4. Glad you like it 🙂

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  5. You’re welcome! 🙂

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  6. Thanks so much Meg!! I really appreciate your sweet comment 🙂

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