------- WHAT DO YOU SEE? The ‘B’ Sound for Reading Comprehension!-------
Assessing comprehension with students who are nonverbal or minimally verbal, Autistic, or even in early elementary special education can be difficult. Here is the way to make it easier- with reading comprehension activities that are short and come with visual supports. Build your classroom library with meaningful materials you can use!
What Do You See? Bugs, Boots, Bags, and Birds is an Adapted Book for Reading Comprehension
which works on word discrimination, color understanding, and overall reading comprehension skills. It is the perfect book for students who are addressing comprehension as an IEP goal or just developing good discrimination skills.
Included in this printable adapted book:
--> 15 Pages of the Adapted Book
--> A Repeated Line Format on each page
--> 16 Colorful Icons to use as response modes
--> Printing directions that make the activity easy to assemble and store.
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