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Interactive Reading Books: How Do I Feel?

SKU #GP-008


Ages: 4 and up

Grades: PreK and up

Utilizing the power of visual strategies, beginning readers learn to associate pictures with words. Students move original, Velcro-backed drawings to match, identify, label, sequence, and create sentences while learning to read! Children can also use the pictures to answer simple questions, follow directions, identify common objects/actions, respond to yes/no questions, and general language development.

This book is designed for children and targets the following feelings: proud, shy, bored, embarrassed, happy, pain, lonely, surprised, stressed, jealous, mad, frustrated, worried, sorry, guilty, scared, sad, and excited. Each of the 20 subsequent pages allows the child to place the picture in the correct sentence. Example sentences include, “I feel _____ when I do a good job”; I feel _____ when I am around strangers”; “I feel _____ when I have nothing to do”; “I feel _____ when people see me make mistakes”; etc.

Includes:  18 emotion squares (i.e., proud, shy, bored, embarrassed, lonely, surprised, mad, jealous, frustrated, stressed, jealous, happy, pain, worried, sorry, guilty, scared, sad, and excited) with soft-loop Velcro attached, 20 page book with rough-loop Velcro attached in appropriate places

Weight 0.8 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 9 × 1 in


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