Maybe you are unsure of what an adapted book is, so here's a brief description:
How to Make a Valentine Adapted Book FREEBIE before we go any further. Okay, now we are all on the same page...
same page now. This is what you'll see on the second page of what you just downloaded (since the first page is the cover). You'll want to print pages 2-17.
Notice I only cut on the dotted line, and I included the question pages at the end of the story.
I like to do this before cutting out the answer squares and before adding the Velcro coins because then I don't have to worry about my page order getting mixed up.
I like using Velcro coins because I don't have anything to cut. It makes the whole process a lot quicker and less messier (because, you know, the scissors get lots of gunk on them!)
Now let's move on to see how I use these books in the classroom.
THAT'S IT! Congratulations, you just made an adapted book set for your classroom. How easy was it? I hope that you and your students benefit from this free adapted book. I've found that once we do the books together once, I can put them in centers for students to work on independently.
If you still want to see more about adapted books, follow me on Instagram. I sometimes post pictures and videos of my students completing their adapted book work in the classroom :)
What questions do you still have about creating, using, or putting together adapted books?