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This bundle of lapbooks covers the sight words from the Edmark Reading Program Level 1. There are 10 lapbooks in all.
Making a lapbook is a creative and fun way for kids to work with sight words. Each lapbook covers 10-15 words from Level 1. And each lapbook is consecutive, one follows the next. The students cut out the pieces, paste, color and decorate. It is up to you how much you would like the students to include, or how little. Since there are numerous sections, this is an activity that is easily cut and modified to fit the needs of any student.
Take a look at the preview. It has every single page of this activity to better help you decide if it will work for you!
This lapbook is designed for students labeled as having intellectual disabilities or students learning beginning sight words. It is targeted toward students that may have difficulty with reading and some fine motor skills. None of the folds are difficult. There are shaded pieces included to mark where the student is to paste the pieces, and cutting is limited to straight lines.
The lapbook is extremely versatile. Depending on the student, you can add a bonus pocket, or cut the number of activities or the amount. If you have a class like mine, each student learns best in his or her own way: this activity is designed to allow for modification. It's perfect for an ongoing activity, Friday afternoon work, or quiet class time with music in the background. There are literally a hundred ways this could be incorporated into the day or week. I'm very excited about this product.
Each lapbook includes: tracing, writing, decorating, matching pictures, and coloring puzzles. There's even a bonus envelope at the end, (which could be used as a secret pocket...?)
The only thing you'll need is the file folder.
Don't forget to peruse that preview!
General instructions are provided at the beginning, and between every small activity or panel, are visual instructions on how and where it goes. You can see exactly what this means in the preview!
As always, let me know if you have any issues. Contact me with any questions you may have, and/or any suggestions that occur to you to make the activities more user-friendly. Thank you for taking a look at this new creation! Scroll down to click on and check out some other resources!
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