Adapted Books for Special Education - 20 Seasonal Interactive Adaptive Books
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These interactive books are designed to teach vocabulary and to work for a wide range of ages for students with autism and in special education. Adapted books are great for morning meeting, circle time, small group instruction as well as for independent work and independent reading once they have been introduced to the students.
This set includes 20 interactive books that are appropriate for early childhood and special education students addressing functional skills. Each adapted book includes visuals for students to have and insert into the books as they are read.
This interactive adapted book bundle includes…
- 5 books for each season - winter, spring, summer, and fall
- Vocabulary with pictures and words that can be matched to the pictures and text on the pages
- Each seasonal set has one photo book and 4 books with illustrations using clip art.
The books have the option to find the matching or corresponding picture or the word to complete the sentence. The picture cards can be stored on an extension page that have matching pictures.
There are 2 options:
- One with matching pictures
- One with a blank page with no pictures so you can rearrange them.
Winter Interactive Adapted Books:
- - This illustrated book focuses on cold and warm climates during winter by talking about clothing of 2 children and comparing and contrasting the clothes they wear (e.g., Dustin wears a coat. Sarah wears a t-shirt.). At the end of the book, there is a choice board with visuals that the students can use to answer if they live in a warm or cold climate.
- - This illustrated book focuses on the sports that take place primarily in winter indoors and outdoors.
- - This illustrated book concentrates on the clothes we wear when the weather is cold by helping Sam get dressed.
- - This illustrated book focuses on the process of making instant hot chocolate. It includes a mix of nouns and verbs and includes visuals to support a yes/no question at the end for whether the students like hot chocolate.
- - This illustrated book targets verbs and depicts common activities that people do in the winter (mostly in snow).
Spring Interactive Adapted Books:
- - This illustrated book focuses on cleaning materials for spring cleaning the house. At the end of the book, students can choose the yes or no visual to answer “Do you help your family clean the house?
- - This illustrated book focuses on the vocabulary related to planting a vegetable garden.
- - This photographic book focuses on the names of baby animals. The pictures in the book are of the baby animal and the pictures the student matches have a grown animal and baby to help differentiate animals that look similar as babies (e.g., sheep vs. goats).
- - This illustrated book focuses on the early signs of spring including snow melting, flowers blooming, leaves turning green. It also includes yes and no for answering a question at the end whether the student likes spring. Some pictures are identical and some are not.
- - This illustrated book targets verbs and depicts common activities that people do in the spring.
Summer Interactive Adapted Books:
- - This illustrated book focuses on common activities for summer vacation. It includes at-home activities as well as travel.
- - This illustrated book targets verbs and depicts common activities that people do at camp or while camping.
- - This illustrated book focuses on the vocabulary related to going to the pool.
- - This photographic book focuses on the things you might see at the beach / shore. The photos match identical photos.
- - This illustrated book focuses on common activities you might do at a park. At the end of the book, students can choose the yes or no visual to answer “Do you like to go to the park?”
Fall Interactive Adapted Books:
- - Fall nouns in photos
- - Illustrated book focusing on fall nouns and verbs
- - Illustrated book on parts of an apple
- - Illustrated book on nouns related to football
- - Illustrated book with verbs related to picking apples to baking a pie
What are teachers saying…
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This was an excellent resource to use with my early learners. It provided so many opportunities for student teacher interactions. It was also very highly motivating for my students!! Very highly recommended!” - Janet G.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I love using these interactive books in my self-contained classroom. This provides students with appropriate vocabulary for discussing activities they can do outside of school throughout the year. I like to use this resource during centers as an independent work activity or small group activity.” - Transition is the Mission
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This adapted book was great and so easy to put together! Kept my students engaged and ready to learn!! Thank you!” - Annemarie M.
These books include visuals to work with my morning meeting starter kits:
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