Flip-N’-Say for FOOD. There are two flip pages across.
This is a very visual approach to learning. The format of the flip book sentence is:
[I like][I don’t like] / TOY i.e., I like hot dogs –or- I don’t like milk
(There is a boy and girl icon for the I like/I don’t like pages)
Number of toy pictures: 22
This activity targets many learning areas: vocabulary, categories, sentence building, expressive language,
Fluency in a fun, bright way.
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Toys Included: apples, chicken nuggets, cheese, hamburgers, milk, juice, cereal, hot dogs, choc. Milk, pizza
cookies, pop corn, tacos, ice cream, pretzels, French fries, strawberries, popsicles, chips, carrots, celery
Cover page, back page,
“I like/I don’t like” page (boy icon)
“I like/I don’t like” page (girl icon)
The INSTRUCTIONS to assemble the product is in a separate PDF file, included in the bundle. Please
refer to the 2-page flip book instructions for either the BOOK RING style or COMB BINDING style.
NOTE: There are blank (“Trash”) pages to discard, which seems wasteful, but this is to keep the pages
aligned, if you do the comb binding method. (Note: book ring option is easier).
After assembling the flipbook, introduce the book to the student.
First, introduce food, one by one, and help him/her name them,
as you flip through the pages. Talk about each one and ask if
he/she likes it or not.
Next, put the sentence together, modeling in the beginning, as in
“I like carrots” or “I don’t like celery.”
As, the student becomes familiar with this activity, use less cueing.