This adapted book is written to help teach children lunchroom routines. It takes students from lining up to go to lunch to waiting for the teacher after lunch.
Once printed, I suggest you laminate the individual pages for reading. I've also included matching pieces for vocabulary words I have chosen to highlight in the text. This book focuses on the fringe words: line up, pick up lunch, lunch tray, lunch box, lunch table, eat lunch, follow rules, throw away trash, wait. The book is nine pages, 10 with cover. More specific instructions are included for creating your adapted book to last several school years.
This book coordinates with my Eating Lunch Vocabulary Folder Game for Early Childhood Special Education
Adapted books would also be good resources for any young learner, an early childhood special education classroom, simple literacy or math centers for preschool and prekindergarten classrooms and home schoolers who are teaching students with unique abilities. Because the principles of teaching vocabulary are very similar for both language delayed children with special needs and new English learners, my books are also an excellent resource for an ELL/ELD/EFL classroom for young children. Created by *miss kim designs* a store for the unique learners in your life.
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