Fire Safety Interactive Books (Adapted Books For Special Education & Autism )

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Build language and understanding of fire safety with these adapted and interactive books.

Interactive books require the student(s) to move the pictures and participate. This active participation improves attending skills while reducing off-task time. They will help students develop matching skills, build language (receptive and expressive) and attending skills.

This is a reading resource even reluctant readers enjoy!

WHO IS IT FOR?

  • Hands-on learners
  • Students who need repeated & varied practice to gain skills
  • Students who need visual supports
  • Students of any age at the early literacy level
  • Because of the highly supportive format, these resources are ideal for small group instruction, whole-class work, 1:1 settings, and/or distance learning.

FEATURES

  • Repetitive and predictable text for early readers.
  • 4 Books included 
  • Digital versions (hosted on Boom Learning) included
  • 10 extension ideas of activities you could do to extend and enhance learning

WHAT’S INCLUDED

â–ş4 interactive books are Included:

Book 1: "At The Fire House" targets labeling people and items that you would see at a firehouse.

Book 2: "How Many Fire Fighters?" focuses on making sets from 1 to 10. There are also tips on how to add a language component to this book.

Book 3: "Which Fire Safety Tool Do You See?" students will work on matching and labeling tools that firefighters use.

Book 4: "Fire Drills" takes students through a typical fire drill in school. Students will match pictures to the different steps of a fire drill. This book could also be used as a social story for some students.

â–ş Links to access the digital versions of each book on the BOOM Learningâ„  website.

â–şA list of 10 ideas on how to use these books to extend learning

This set is included in the Interactive Books BUNDLE

Other items you may be interested in:

Fire Safety special ed unit

Fire Safety Supplemental Unit

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Produce and expand complete sentences in shared language activities.
Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.

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