This Spring Adapted Book, "I See Spring" (w/Real Photos) focuses on identifying spring themed vocabulary and making inferences. Students identify objects by attribute, feature or function by listening to a clue and looking at real photos.
In this activity, the teacher or therapist reads through the book with students as students try to solve each riddle by identifying the spring themed object and matching piece that best fits the description.
"I see. I see.
What can it be?
It's an animal that has feathers, wings and a beak, and can fly..
(Students find the picture and turn the page to see the answer revealed.)
It's a bird!
A bird has feathers, wings and a beak, and can fly."
After the students have worked through the book, there is an extension activity included where they can practice creating their own spring themed riddles. Students working independently may work through the book at a literacy center.
This adapted book is now part of the Making Inferences Adapted Books Growing Bundle! For more information, please see the link below:
Making Inferences Adapted Books Growing Bundle
If your students enjoy this activity, there are many more adapted books in my collection, please see the complete collection below.
Complete Adapted Book Collection
If your students benefit from activities using real photos, there are many more in my collection. You can find them at the links below:
Sorting Mats With Real Photos
Sorting Our World File Folder Games
Adapted Books w/ Real Photos
For more hands-on spring themed activities, please see the following link:
Hands-On Spring Activities