Using Adapted Books {TAH in Your Class} - The Autism Helper

Using Adapted Books {TAH in Your Class}

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It’s Story Time! Everyone knows books are a necessity when it comes to teaching reading skills and increasing vocabularies. But using adaptive books are even more beneficial with special needs classes. Luckily the kids find them interesting and don’t hesitate to start reading. Take a look at what teachers like you sent us about which adaptive books their students love!

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Here is the adapted and interactive “What’s Bugging You?” book in use. All I know is that nothing is bugging me when my students are doing their work!

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Here is “How Do You Do It” the adaptive book in use. See how the students really get into the books!

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This kiddo used his AAC Device with the How Do You Do It? Book!

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The picture below features a student working with “What, How Many, What Color” the adaptive book. The teacher who sent this in works in an all special needs school and has a class with both children with Autism and severe developmental delays. She said that this product is a favorite in her class along with lots of other products.

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This adaptive “Oh-WOW, What’s the Weather” book was adapted even more by the teacher who sent in this picture. They had the great idea to add braille to meet their student’s need. This is great to see all of your innovative and creative ideas!

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These are some more popular adaptive books!

Wh- Discrimination Adapted Book

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Candy Color & Count and Still Hungry {I love the great binding!}

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https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Sasha-Hallagan/

 

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  1. Your adapted books ROCK!

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