This Beach Adapted Book, "I See," At the Beach focuses on identifying beach themed objects by attribute, or function and includes real photos of things commonly seen at the beach.  In this activity, the teacher or therapist reads through the book with students as students try to solve the riddle by identifying the beach themed object and matching piece that best fits the description.  Sample Text:  "I see. I see.  What can it be?  It's something that bounces...

This Beach Adapted Book, "I See," At the Beach focuses on identifying beach themed objects by attribute, or function and includes real photos of things commonly seen at the beach. In this activity, the teacher or therapist reads through the book with students as students try to solve the riddle by identifying the beach themed object and matching piece that best fits the description. Sample Text: "I see. I see. What can it be? It's something that bounces...

Check out this tactile book of shapes for young children who are blind or visually impaired!

Check out this tactile book of shapes for young children who are blind or visually impaired!

Ideas for making tactile books with braille and ASL (sign language) for a preschool deafblind child, created by his mother

Ideas for making tactile books with braille and ASL (sign language) for a preschool deafblind child, created by his mother

"Animals Live in the Ocean" Adapted Song Book--Adapted Song Books teach common vocabulary words through songs. "Animals Live in the Ocean," teaches ocean animal themed vocabulary words, and is sung to the familiar tune, "She'll Be Coming Around the Mountain." Students match the pictures and sing along as the teacher or therapist sings the song and moves through the pages. After the song is complete, students engage in a sorting activity that focuses on classifying ocean animals.

"Animals Live in the Ocean" Adapted Song Book--Adapted Song Books teach common vocabulary words through songs. "Animals Live in the Ocean," teaches ocean animal themed vocabulary words, and is sung to the familiar tune, "She'll Be Coming Around the Mountain." Students match the pictures and sing along as the teacher or therapist sings the song and moves through the pages. After the song is complete, students engage in a sorting activity that focuses on classifying ocean animals.

This is a clearly designed and colorful paper that students can use to demonstrate connections between community helpers and vehicles.  Based on illustrations and vocabulary, students cut vehicles from the bottom of the paper and glue them next to the community helpers that use them.

This is a clearly designed and colorful paper that students can use to demonstrate connections between community helpers and vehicles. Based on illustrations and vocabulary, students cut vehicles from the bottom of the paper and glue them next to the community helpers that use them.

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