Using adapted interactive books in your special education classroom can have huge benefits for your students. They can create the essential foundation skills for future literacy skills. Adapted interactive books will help your address literacy IEP goals and objectives and those that address behavior.
In this blog post we will explore 10 reasons why you need to be using adapted interactive books in your classroom.
Increasing Stamina For Books
Build Fluency With Common Sight Words
Build Vocabulary & Language Skills
Preparing For Events & Holidays
Addition & Subtraction
Counting is one of those skills that students need to do over and over to learn and generalize the skill. Counting should be practiced across counting items, counting people, counting in books, etc. Here is an example of one of the Thanksgiving math books we use.
Here is another example from our Everyday Math Interactive Books set.
Build Life Skills
Adapted interactive books are great at building background knowledge about life skills and the community. Here is an example from our community skills interactive books.
Answering WH Questions
Want to make sure you are getting the most benefit out of your interactive books? Click the links below for ideas on how to use them.