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Functional Vocabulary Book Bundle!

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90 MB|112 pages
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***UPDATED MAY 2016***
This download includes five adaptive and interactive books! Have fun learning & matching functional vocabulary and completing carry over pages to reinforce the concept!

Included Books:
Road, Water, or Sky? An Interactive Book About Vehicles
Land or Water Animal? An Interactive Book About Animals
Kitchen or Bathroom? An Interactive Book About Household Objects
Seasonal Clothing: Winter or Summer? (or Hot or Cold?) An Interactive Book About Clothing (this download contains two books with different vocabulary levels: winter/summer clothing or hot/cold clothing).
Breakfast or Lunch? An Interactive Book About Food

These books are great for: functional vocabulary, increasing MLU (mean length of utterance), matching skills, expressive/receptive language skills following directions, and listening skills. They were designed to be simple and functional without a lot of distracting images or text. I hope you find them useful! I love using them in speech therapy sessions! Many children will recognize the functional vocabulary in these books and get excited to use the symbols and pieces!

Example from the Kitchen or Bathroom? book:
How I use this book: I point to the large picture on the page and see if they can identify it (I use the prompts: “what is this” or “this is a ____”). I lay out a choice of 3 images (you can use more or less depending on ability) and have them find the matching picture and place it in the blank square on the page. Next I ask them “where do you find a _______?” “ in the kitchen or the bathroom” (while holding up or pointing to the symbols). The student will then place the correct symbol in the blank square. After that I have them repeat the sentences on the page while pointing to the symbols. “I see a spoon in the kitchen.” If they are non-verbal have them point while you verbalize the sentence. For some of my students I will break it up into two phrases “I see a spoon” “in the kitchen.” There are 2 scene pages for the children to interact with. Ask the child to put the bathroom items in the bathroom and the kitchen items in the kitchen. This is a great carry over activity to reinforce the concept! This also adds a fun element to the book!

You may purchase each one separately or buy them in the bundle.

Looking for more interactive books? I have a Basic Concepts series too! CLICK HERE TO SEE IT
This series included books that target:
Sizes, Colors, Positional Vocabulary, and Shapes!

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