Fall is in the air! Fall leaves are perfect for teaching colors and spatial relations, and this interactive, no print set of materials is sure to keep your students attention!
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 leaf ….” statement.
*Select a student to find the leaf associated with the statement. *The student should touch the leaf. 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 slide highlighting the correct answer, ask the provided questions regarding spatial position and color. 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 highlighted box .
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 a brown leaf on a shirt.” A Spatial Directions page has been included for your convenience.
*Select a student to find the leaf associated with the statement.
*Continue until all the leaves 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.