Looking to improve receptive and expressive language and attending skills while teaching about feelings? Then interactive books are for you! These interactive books require the student(s) to move the pictures and participate. This active participation improves attending skills while reducing off task time.
This set now includes digital versions on the Boom Learning℠ website.
These books are adapted for special education. They help break down the feelings, how others think, what you should do when you are upset and identification of feelings.
Interactive books require the student(s) to move the pictures and participate. This active participation improves attending skills while reducing off task time.
• The book, “How Do You Feel?” , targets labeling feelings and answering questions. Students match feelings pictures.
• The book, “How Would You Feel?”, focuses on cause and effect. Students see a situation and how it might make you feel.
• In the book, “What Makes You Happy?”, students will label and match pictures of things that make people happy.
• The last book, “How To Calm Yourself Down”, talks about activities and strategies students can do to calm themselves down when they are angry, mad or frustrated.
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