SLPs and special educators love to use song in their rooms to help students expand their language. This interactive vocabulary book is perfect for working on the song, "If You're Happy and You Know It!" It includes four full size pages to help your students learn the necessary directions before being ready for the song. Then, it includes pages to make a book (recommend laminating, velcro-ing, and binding) where your students can begin learning to sing the song while also completing the motions. This book contains motions for clapping hands, stomping feet, shouting hurray, and doing all three!
I love using this resource with my students to target: following directions, receptive language, expressive language, intonation and rhythm, vocabulary, turn taking, etc.
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