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Seasons BUNDLE: Functional Adapted Interactive Books for 4 Seasons

$25.60 Regular price $32.00
Type: digital

Imagine your classroom story time or whole group activity in which all the students are engaged in the story you are reading.  This bundled set of 20 colorful interactive books with moving pieces is designed to get students involved in reading as well as learning about all 4 seasons. Students stay engaged in reading by matching the words and/or the pictures to the pages. Students of all ages love them because they can participate in reading.  

Who Are They For?

These books are great for students of any age working on basic vocabulary and either matching or reading skills.  They are perfect for morning meeting or circle time, story time, and small group or 1-1 instruction on reading skills.  They are written at approximately a first to second grade level and include matching pictures and words to complete the sentences based on the pictures on the page.  I've used them all ages from preschool through life skills high school classes.

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

AUTUMN BOOKS

  1. What Happens in Fall?--Fall nouns in photos 
  2. It’s Time for Fall Fun--Illustrated book focusing on fall nouns and verbs
  3. Let’s Go Apple Picking—Illustrated book on parts of an apple
  4. Going to a Football Game—Illustrated book on nouns related to football
  5. From Orchard to Table—Illustrated book with verbs related to picking apples to baking a pie See the photos for lists of vocabulary)

WINTER BOOKS

  1. Winter Clothes in Different Climates  This illustrated book focuses on cold and warm climates during winter by talking about clothing of 2 children and comparing and contrasting the clothes they wear (e.g., Dustin wears a coat. Sarah wears a t-shirt.). At the end of the book, there is a choice board with visuals that the students can use to answer if they live in a warm or cold climate.
  2. Winter Sports  This illustrated book focuses on the sports that take place primarily in winter indoors and outdoors.
  3. Dressing for Cold Weather  This illustrated book concentrates on the clothes we wear when the weather is cold by helping Sam get dressed.
  4. Let’s Make Hot Chocolate  This illustrated book focuses on the process of making instant hot chocolate. It includes a mix of nouns and verbs and includes visuals to support a yes/no question at the end for whether the students like hot chocolate.
  5. Things We Do in Winter  This illustrated book targets verbs and depicts common activities that people do in the winter (mostly in snow).

SPRING BOOKS 

  1. Spring Cleaning - This illustrated book focuses cleaning materials for spring cleaning the house. At the end of the book, students can choose the yes or no visual to answer “Do you help your family clean the house?
  2. Let’s Plant a Vegetable Garden - This illustrated book focuses on the vocabulary related to planting a vegetable garden.
  3. Animal Babies - This photographic book focuses on the names of baby animals. The pictures in the book are of the baby animal and the pictures the student matches have a grown animal and baby to help differentiate animals that look similar as babies (e.g., sheep vs. goats).
  4. Signs of Spring - This illustrated book focuses on the early signs of spring including snow melting, flowers blooming, leaves turning green. It also includes yes and no for answering a question at the end whether the student likes spring. Some pictures are identical and some are not.
  5. Things We Do in Spring - This illustrated book targets verbs and depicts common activities that people do in the spring.

SUMMER BOOKS 

  1. What Do You Do on Summer Vacation?This illustrated book focuses on common activities for summer vacation. It includes at-home activities as well as travel.
  2. Going to Camp This illustrated book targets verbs and depicts common activities that people do at camp or while camping
  3. Let’s Go to the Pool  This illustrated book focuses on the vocabulary related to going to the pool.
  4. Let’s Go to the Beach This photographic book focuses on the things you might see at the beach / shore. The photos match identical photos.
  5. We’re Going to the Park This illustrated book focuses common activities you might do at a park. At the end of the book, students can choose the yes or no visual to answer “Do you like to go to the park?”

(Check out the photos for lists of vocabulary)

Visuals to choose the books for choice boards from my morning meeting starter kits.

Preschool*Elementary Morning Meeting Starter Kit and Middle and High School Morning Meeting Starter Kit

Features

  • The books have the option to find the matching or corresponding picture or the word to complete the sentence.
  • The picture cards can be stored on an extension page that have matching pictures. There are 2 options—one has matching pictures and the other is a blank page with no pictures so you can rearrange them.
  • You could also switch out so that the student is matching clip art to photos or vice versa by switching which matching pictures are with the book.

 

No Product Will Be Mailed to You. You will need to print and create the product yourself.

This product is an electronic file download Adobe Acrobat file or a Zip File. No product will be mailed to you.  You are responsible for assuring you have the needed software to open and print it. 

Directions for construction are included in the file.  Make sure you are opening it with Adobe Acrobat Reader (find it free here) and following the printing instructions included in the download.

If the product is a zip file, you may need to have an app like WinZip to unzip it on a PC.

 

This product is copyrighted by Christine Reeve for use in one classroom. They may not be copied for additional classes without purchasing extra licenses. For bulk discounts, please email me at chris@autismclassroomresources.com