Freebie Friday: What’s Bugging You?

Categories: Resources

 

This is my FAVORITE adapted book. So cute to hear all the little kiddos read, “What’s bugging you?” I just posted this on TpT but it will be free today only! Enjoy!Β If you download it today – please leave me some feedback and let me know what you think πŸ™‚Β Check back in every Friday for a new freebie!

 

Two weeks ago, I wrote about the uses and benefits fromΒ adapted books. These are a great way to get students who have less verbal abilities involved in language arts!

 

 

 

This book follows the same script on each page:

There are 9 pages and students match the bug to the item. Here is an example of one of the pages:

Check out the video tutorial:

 

Happy Friday!

14 Comments

  1. Lol, just bought this earlier today :-p Plan to use it next week with a particular student who hates reading but loves bugs.

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  2. I LOVE, love, love these books! I have got to get my hands on boardmaker and use this idea with my students! I can’t wait to try this with them!

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  3. Sasha,
    I love this idea–especially the binding of both sides. I have really enjoyed the information and materials that you have shared. Meg

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  4. That’s too funny Kelly! I just sent you another freebie since you missed today’s πŸ™‚

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  5. Thanks Meg! The double binding works out awesome – so easy to store the pieces!

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  6. Thanks Michelle! So glad you like it πŸ™‚

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  7. I can’t wait to use this with some of my preschoolers. Keep this stuff coming!!

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  8. I love your posts! Keep up the hard work. You are awesome!

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  9. Thanks so much for the freebie! I teach a 6th grade self-contained class (all boys!) and have found all of your resources extremely helpful! PS how/where do you do your book binding? Thanks again!

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  10. Just found your blog through Farley. I am a fellow sp ed teacher, and it’s exciting to read your blog. Can’t wait to read all your ABA posts:)

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  11. Hi Karlie! Yay for finding more special ed teachers! – we need to stick together πŸ™‚

    Have a great weekend!

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  12. Thanks Laura πŸ™‚

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  13. Let me know how they like it πŸ™‚

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