This short story is about Zion's dream of opening a lemonade stand during the summer. He has to use his coin counting skills to make sure he receives and returns the correct amount of change. This story has an easy to follow sequence, perfect for students identified with ASD or intellectual disabilities. Also contained in the story are touch points on the coins, to serve as a visual prompt. Finally, the story is accompanied by comprehension questions listed in a field of 3.
I my classroom, I laminate and bind these types of stories. The comprehension questions are a part of the book. Students use erasable markers to answer the questions, or I print out a second set of the answers and have the students hand me the correct answer.
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