Many students with Autisms struggle with changes in routine and this includes changing the types of clothes they wear. This book is meant to teach students about which clothes are appropriate under different weather conditions (cloudy and rainy, sunny and hot, sunny and cold, snowy), in different environments (school, bedtime, swimming pool), as well as what to do with clean and dirty clothes around the house.
Each page introduces a new setting/condition and asks, "What should you wear? The book is 9 pages long and all pages are interactive.
At the bottom of each page are two answer choices for students to choose from. Students can indicate their selection by attaching a yellow star (also included in the packet) to one of the given answer choices.
This book is great for addressing IEP science goals related to weather. The book can be read one-on-one, in small groups, or students can complete it alone during independent work time. This book is useful for both verbal/non verbal students and readers/nonreaders as speaking is not necessary to answer questions and there are many visuals throughout the book. My students with autism love reading this book!