Interactive Bible Stories for Autism: NOAH'S ARK
This interactive story was developed for use with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, but can be applied to other settings as well.
Pages 4 -14: These pages contain the interactive story. Read each strip one by one, and then encourage the student to look for the corresponding picture and paste it into the open block on the right.
Laminate these pages and apply hard velcro in the open blocks. You can paste these stories into file folders. There are 11 pages of the interactive story- I used 4 file folders (and stuck the story on the insides and back sides of the file folders). Alternatively, you can laminate the 11 pages and use a one hole punch to make a hole in the top left corner. Then use a ring to keep the pages together.
Page 15 – 17: These consist of the pictures that will be used to paste into the open blocks. Laminate them, cut them out and put soft velcro on the back. Mix the pictures up when presenting them to the student. Depending on the ability of each student, use your own discretion when deciding how many pictures to present at a time. I usually start with a choice of 4 and increase the amount if the student is able to choose the correct picture consistently.
Page 18-20: These pages can be used to store your loose pictures. Paste hard velcro into the open blocks.
Page 21: Use these labels to paste onto your file folders, or wherever else you decide to store this product.
- Nicola Sowah (Speech4Africa)