This adapted book has a Halloween theme and works on basic sight words (he, she, will, be, and a). It allows students to practice reading the words and put the sentences together in the right order. Students can be given all the pieces together or can be given the pieces to just one page at a time to work on. Laminating and using velcro for the pieces means that you can use it for many years.
This book focuses on students identifying if the child is a boy or girl and which pronoun would be appropriate to use (he or she).
This book is a great way for younger students or students with disabilities (I use them with students with autism) to practice reading sight words, sentence order, and basic comprehension skills in a hands on way. This is also a task that many students can do independently.
There are 2 worksheets that can also be completed to practice skills from the book. They focus on yes/no questions that involve identifying if it is a boy or a girl and writing the missing words in the Halloween sentence focusing on he or she.