------- All About Animals- A Science Concept Adapted Book for Autism Units or Early Elementary!------
Do you need a fun and easy way to work on science with students in an interactive way? Are you wanting meaningful work stations, centers, or task box items for students with Autism or in an early elementary classroom? This is the perfect resource to work on characteristics of Birds, Reptiles, Fish, and Mammals to meet your curriculum needs!
All About Animals
provides students with the perfect interactive Science Center or small group assessment activity! It targets characteristics of animals and animals that belong in a certain animal classification.
This activity will allow you to work with students on Science Concepts with:
--> 17 Pages of Book
--> Includes 9 Full Color Pages of Story/Content with Characteristics of Animals
--> Includes 8 Pages of Comprehension with 2 Questions per Page
--> Includes 8 Full Color & 8 Text Based Visual Responses Icons (16 total)
--> Directions for Assembly
--> Categories include: BIRD, REPTILE, FISH, MAMMAL
This activity is perfect for self-contained teachers, speech pathologists, or support staff!
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