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Fall: I am a Little Scarecrow Interactive Book

This is a great activity for the fall, story, conversation card, and coloring page.

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Mary Had A Little Lamb, Interactive book, Social conversation cards about pets

#NovSLPMustHaveMary Had A Little Lamb, a traditional nursery rhyme done several ways as a reader, rebus reader, interactive book, lyric card, a sequencing activity, coloring page and conversation cards about pets! The first part is appropriate for those children that are readers or it can be read to the child.

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Trolls: Fun Rhyming Poem 3 Ways Adapted: Interactive, Rebus, Reader

Five Little Trolls Went on A Stroll This is a fun rhyme. I use this story for a variety of students from students • Preschool, kindergarten, and first graders as part of a poem choice • Fluency cases to practice smooth speech • Beginner readers • Students who need visual supports including students on the autism spectrum, students with attention deficit, students with cognitive difficulties, and students with speech or language difficulties.

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Gingerbread Senses

Each child makes this rebus book during the holiday season to learn the five senses through the sequential retelling of the classic folk tale The Gingerbread Man. This book is a non-biased way of bringing the sights and sounds of the season into your classroom without placing emphasis on any holiday. ($)

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Gingerbread Senses

Have the children make this rebus book during the holiday season to learn the five senses through the sequential retelling of the classic folk tale The Gingerbread Man. This book is a non-biased way of bringing the sights and sounds of the season into your classroom without placing emphasis on any holiday. ($)

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Fall Halloween 5 Little Pumpkins:Interactive Book, Conversation Cards, Writing

his is a short fun poem for the students to learn about 5 pumpkins. There are three different levels of support from a reader, rebus, and interactive reader. I have a coloring page that I use as a follow-up and a project they can bring home to share with their family as they say the poem. I also have Halloween conversation cards that both give some common things said at Halloween as well as some of the rules of Halloween.

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Gingerbread Senses

Have the children make this rebus book during the holiday season to learn the five senses through the sequential retelling of the classic folk tale The Gingerbread Man. This book is a non-biased way of bringing the sights and sounds of the season into your classroom without placing emphasis on any holiday. ($)