"How Many? What Color? What?" Adapted Book Jellybeans (Printable PDF + Digital)

$3.33 USD
"How Many? What Color? What?" Adapted Book Jellybeans (Printable PDF + Digital) Wh Questions - AdaptEd4SpecialEd
"How Many? What Color? What?" Adapted Book Jellybeans (Printable PDF + Digital) Wh Questions - AdaptEd4SpecialEd
"How Many? What Color? What?" Adapted Book Jellybeans (Printable PDF + Digital) Wh Questions - AdaptEd4SpecialEd

"How Many? What Color? What?" Adapted Book Jellybeans (Printable PDF + Digital)

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The Adapted Books Your Students Need to Boost Their Skills

Practice identifying the attributes of what, quantity, and color, while working on beginning writing skills and sentences structure.

11 pages total + All Books Can Be Printed 🖨️ Or Used Interactively with Google Slides  💻

Order now and receive both printable and digital versions of each book. 

Want more of these books? Check out the adapted book bundle here. 

Differentiated Levels 

Get your students engaged in their learning with these hands-on interactive books. 

Students match the corresponding pictures to answer the questions while simultaneously writing an I see... sentence. (Ex: I see 6 blue jellybeans.) 

4 differentiated levels included to ensure that these book will meet the unique needs of YOUR students. 

 

Digital Setup 

Have no time to prep?  You can get started with the interactive digital versions 💻 in a matter of SECONDS. 

Not minutes, seconds, seriously! 

Digital Versions are saved on Google Slides  

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Dora
Easy to use books

I have this bundle and several others from this shop. They are easy to use and my grandson loves them all. I strongly recommend this!

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Gail Gustafson

The digital versions have been incredibly helpful to support families with skills at home.

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Helen Lanier

great resource.

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Hannah Morgan

Good resource for building language and math skills!

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Creative Special Ed

A fun and engaging activity for students, I make two sets so they can follow along.