Interactive books, have you tried them in your classroom yet? Can I just say that we love them!
As the teacher, I like them because they keep the children’s attention.
They like them because they can move and match the picture cards around as we read the book.
A Win! Win for all!
Interactive books naturally draw children’s attention to the book because it provides them with something to do.
I love how these books provide children with many opportunities to practice needed skills.
The first set of interactive books that I introduced to my students where the ABC interactive book series. These books give children the opportunity to practice and build language and vocabulary.
We start by reading and pointing to each word. Next the children match the picture on each page after the page has been read.
After each page, has been read and children have moved and matched all the pictures, we point to each word under the picture and read each one.
You can find many different interactive books that can be use to help children learn about the weather.
or Fire Safety. You can also find interactive books that can help children learn how to get dressed.
From: Play to Learn Preschool
Need to work on positional concepts? Then Where is Crabbie? is the perfect interactive book to help your little learners learn about positional words.
From: Speech Room News
Looking for some interactive books that can help your little learners with math concepts?
I just created a set for spring. Bunny hides eggs and makes a pattern for the egg hunt.
From: Teaching Preschoolers
Bunny also practices putting numbers in order as he places the eggs for the egg hunt.
Number books from 1 to 20
From: Teaching Preschoolers
We like to use interactive books during, morning worktime, small group activities, individual instruction and in the book center.
Do you use interactive books in your preschool classroom? If you do what is your favorite type of interactive book?
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My students love interactive books and are more willing to practice skills when they can move pieces.
Interactive books are a great way to keep students actively involved as they practice needed skills.
I like to use interactive books during, morning worktime, small group activities, individual instruction and in the book center.
Egg Hunt Number Interactive Books
Egg Hunt ABC Interactive Books
Egg Hunt Pattern Interactive Books
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6/10/2017 09:02:00 am
I am so excited about going back to my child care and teaching an in-home preschool in the fall. I'm going to be using all your amazing stuff. I'm sure I'm going to become your biggest fan and biggest purchaser!!!!
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