Looking to improve receptive and expressive language and attending skills? Then interactive books are for you!
Interactive books require the student(s) to move the pictures and participate. This active participation improves attending skills while reducing off task time.
These books are adapted for special education and speech. They will help students develop matching skills, build language (receptive and expressive) and attending skills.
These books have repetitive and predictable text for early readers.
2 interactive books are Included:
*The first book, "How Do You Carve A Pumpkin?" targets sequencing and following directions. Students label and match nouns and verbs.
*The second book, "Which Costume?"focuses on answering questions, pronouns and identifying costumes. Students label and match pictures.
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