Little Bo Peep, illustrated differentiated nursery rhyme, reader, rebus reader, picture supported interactive, color and one black line booklet Nursery Rhymes are a great language lesson. They teach students about language and learning them increases memory skills. Nursery rhymes may be the first literature experience a child may have. Pairing the rhyme with the visuals help the student make the connection. SEE PREVIEW TO SEE SAMPLE OF PRODUCT
This is a favorite nursery rhyme
• The first part is appropriate for those children that are readers or it can be read to the child.
• The second part has pictures and words in a rebus read.
• The third part has both the rebus read as well as a place for single pictures.
• The fourth part has the poem in large pages.
• The fifth part has the nursery rhyme in a line by line poem.
• The sixth part is a coloring page that the students can complete to take home and share the rhyme.
•There is also a black and white version so that you could use it as a take home activity.
I find that I have a variety of students that I work with and having the same story in several different editions help to support all my students. I store them in a folder then give each child the edition that is appropriate for them.
For this Nursery Rhyme, I have two different sets as represented on the cover page
I use this story for a variety of students from students
♥ Preschool, kindergarten, and first graders as part of a poem choice
♥ Fluency cases to practice smooth speech
♥ Beginner readers
♥ Students who need visual supports including students on the autism spectrum, students with attention deficit, students with cognitive difficulties, and students with speech or language difficulties.