This March Combo Pack includes 2 popular interactive books. Included in this combo pack are the March Is...book and the Are You A Leprechaun book at a special discount.
March is a month to celebrate spring, St. Patrick’s Day and lions and lambs. “MARCH IS…” an adapted book that teaches children about the month of March. This adapted book, “MARCH IS…” will appeal to children of all ages and readers and non-readers alike. Children love to put the picture images on each page as the story is read. The predictable sentences and picture cues allow for easy comprehension and sentence formulation when retelling.
There are 12 pages in the story including 2 activity pages. All of the picture images are also provided.
“MARCH IS…” teaches these concepts:
1. The third month of the year.
2. A spring month.
3. The month of St. Patrick’s Day.
4. A month to fly a kite.
5. A month to look for a four-leaf clover.
6. A month of March Madness.
7. A month of lions and lambs.
8. A month to ride a bike.
9. A month of women’s history.
10. A month to look for a robin.
Each page includes space for 1 or 2 images to be placed. Students will keep reading to see what else happens in this light-hearted, engaging story.
We know that on if we find a leprechaun then he will take us to his pot of gold. It is almost St. Patrick’s Day and we are looking for a leprechaun. As they look for a leprechaun there are others lurking that you encounter. Your students will enjoy the search for a leprechaun. Children love to put the picture images on each page as the story is read. The predictive sentences and picture cues allow for easy comprehension and sentence formulation when retelling.
There are 18 pages in the story including 2 activity pages. All of the picture images are also provided.
Are you a Leprechaun? tells the story of the search for a leprechaun. You will find these characters as you search for a leprechaun:
1. A pirate
2. A ghost
3. A basketball player
4. A Superhero
5. A baby
6. A cowboy
7. A monster
8. A queen
9. A robot
Each page includes space for the images to be placed. On each page, the leprechaun picture goes on the left side of the page and the other character on the right.
How To Use:
-Students can use “Are you a Leprechaun?” during independent, individual, small-group or large-group time. The story could even be sent home for additional practice.
-Students are engaged as they follow the story and place images on pages.
-Great for students with speech and language delays and disorders. The visual representation of the story helps with question formulation, sentence formulation, and story retelling.
-Includes a "wh" question page to address additional IEP goals.
-Easy assembly will provide years of learning and smiles.
-Set your computer to print all pages in landscape orientation
-Print all pages on cardstock
-Place book pages in clear page protectors
-Use rings to hold pages together