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12.04 MB | 80 No Print Interactive slides, 12 printable pages
The most adorable characters and interactive fun for teaching spatial concepts.
This includes an interactive e-book designed for use on iPad, PC, or MAC, as well as coordinating printable cards.
Download directions for iPad and MAC are included in the product directions.
Activity #1 Interactive E-Book
*Read aloud the “Find the cat/dog ….” statement.
*Select a student to find the cat/dog associated with the statement. *The student should touch the cat/dog. A correct answer will advance the file to a page with the associated item displayed. An incorrect answer will keep the same slide in view. Allow the same student to try again, or select a different student to try.
*On the correct answer slide, ask the provided question.
Encourage students to answer using a complete sentence. For
students that are not ready for complete sentences, the positional
phrase is acceptable.
Activity #2 Interactive E-Book Concept Practice
*Select a student to touch the illustration described in a statement.
A correct answer will advance the file to a page with a check mark .
An incorrect answer will keep the same slide in view. Allow the
same student to try again, or select a different student to try.
Activity #3 - Printable Scene Lesson
*Place the scene in view of all students. (Scene may be printed or
displayed on an iPad, laptop, or PC.
*Read aloud the fill-in-the-blank statement using the correct
positional word and the target vocabulary item, i.e. “Find the dog on a rain hat.” A Spatial Directions page has been included for your convenience.
*Select a student to find the dog/cat associated with the statement.
*Continue until all the dogs/cats and vocabulary items have been used.
Activity #4 – Spatial Comprehension Cards
*Select a spatial comprehension card and place it in view of the
*If there are three students in the group, each student may be
given a different spatial comprehension card for the same picture
*Read aloud the question and the statement.
*Select a student to touch the illustration described in the statement.
*Continue until all the spatial comprehension cards have been used.