Spring Interactive Books!

Hi everyone!  I am super excited about these books that I am going to show you today!  These books are very similar to my Winter Interactive Books that have been very popular with my students.  I am proud to bring you…

Spring Interactive Books!

These are simple, fun books that can be used in a variety of different ways.  They are pretty simple to assemble with a little lamination and Velcro.  Complete instructions for how to assemble these books are included in the packet.
The first book is called What Do You See?

In this book, students use the interactive pieces to complete sentences about things that they can see in the spring.  Examples include a bee, an umbrella, a rainbow, and grass.  Here is an example of a page:
The second book is called Spring Activities.

In this book, students use the interactive pieces to complete sentences about activities they can do in the spring.  Examples include blowing bubbles, riding bikes, planting flowers, and jumping in puddles.  Here is an example of a page:

These books are great because they can be very versatile.   I use them with my students who have ASD and need help expanding their utterance length.  Sometimes, I will pull the book apart and pull off two or three interactive pieces to create a smaller field of choices for my students.  Here is a picture of what that looks like:

I also use these books for some of my Kindergarten and First Grade students who need a little help with using complete sentences.  I use them for WH questions such as:

  • When do you see grass?
  • What do you see in the spring?
  • What can you ride in the spring?
These books have been so much fun for me to make and use with my students.  When my older students come into my room, and the books are lying on the table, they can’t help themselves either. They love to look through the books and manipulate the pieces.  Kids LOVE Velcro!
You can find these books here:
I hope you enjoy them as much as I have!

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