This Interactive Adapted "What Do You See?" Books Bundle contains 15 of my popular repetitive line format Interactive Adapted Book Packs! The book packs are perfect for preschool speech therapy, special education classrooms, and students with autism. The bundle will save you over 30% versus buying the books separately and includes 15 thematic book packs!
This growing bundle is now complete but new books may be added in the future!
Each Book Pack contains a color version and a black and white version so your children can color it and take it home.
Currently included are:
Winter Theme - Snowman, Snowman What Do You See?
Spring Theme - Butterfly, Butterfly What Do You See?
School Theme - Teacher, Teacher What Do You See?
Vehicles Theme - Airplane, Airplane What Do You See?
Farm Theme - Farmer, Farmer What Do You See?
What Do You See? Multisyllabic Words - 3 Syllable Animals
Community Helpers Theme - Who Do You See?
Summer Theme - Sunglasses, Sunglasses What Do You See?
Bugs Theme - Caterpillar, Caterpillar, What Do You See?
Ocean Animals Theme - Dolphin, Dolphin, What Do You See?
Fall Theme - Scarecrow, Scarecrow, What Do You See?
Holiday Theme - Little Elf, Little Elf, What Do You See?
Clothing Theme - Jacket, Jacket, What Do You See?
Halloween Theme - Jack O'Lantern, Jack O'Lantern, What Do You See?
Weather Theme, Rainbow, Rainbow, What Do You See?
Some of the feedback these books have gotten:
"I printed this book out last week and used it with my preschoolers. It was a big hit. They loved matching the pictures to the page! I loved the big pages, graphics and the matching cards were big enough for small hands to manipulate. Thank you so much. I can't wait to buy more of these books."
"Loved this product. My students loved making their own books and I loved working on "wh" questions at the same time!"
If you would like to see more Interactive Book Packs that target more language skills such as "wh" questions, -ing verbs, and object functions check out:
Interactive Adapted Books Bundle for Early Language Skills and Autism
You can also check out all the Communication Window Interactive Adapted Books here:
See all the Communication Window Interactive Adapted Books