Do you have students on your caseload who are working on how to form questions? I do! So many of my student ask questions while switching the subject and helping verb (ex. "What she is doing?"), leave the helping verb out entirely (ex. "What she doing?") or the big one- inverting the subject-verb AND misusing the pronoun (ex. "What her is doing?).
So really, this interactive book hits several goals in one:
-asking(and answering) basic "what" questions
-pronouns (he, she and they)
-"be" verbs (is, are)
-action verbs (eating, crying, singing etc.)
This book was designed for readers and non-readers (with help from the clinician) to give them a visual for where the subject-verb goes when forming "what" questions. Students choose appropriate picture cards and "create" the sentence, then swap and replace them to form the question. Students are engaging in visual, auditorial, and kinesthetic learning!
There are two versions of this book!
-Includes visual supports for each word box
-Includes some blank word boxes
Print desired pages. Laminate for durability. Cut cover page away from symbol cards. Cut other book pages out at the dotted line. DON’T cut page 8 or 13 apart (the right side will hold the symbols). Assemble book and secure with book ring(s). Recommended:
Use Tack it Over and Over® (or similar) on the backs of laminated picture cards (let dry several hours first!) instead of Velcro to keep book less bulky.